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Denver City Council to consider rezoning requests | News | #citycouncil

The Denver City Council on Monday will hold three public hearings covering property rezoning in districts 6 and 10.  The first two hearings cover requests to rezone two properties as single-unit homes with accessory units. The third hearing is a request to rezone a mixed-use, three-story building to a mixed-use, five-story building with a focus […]

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Growth drives need for big ideas about local government | #citycouncil

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — It’s difficult to talk to Joe Kirby for long without the conversation turning to government. Specifically, the idea that the way things are structured in South Dakota doesn’t always work for the state’s largest city. Joe, as many will recall, was one of the architects of the push for Sioux Falls […]

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Canceled community meeting in Schenectady causes fresh controversy | #citycouncil

SCHENECTADY — Bringing City Council meetings to the city’s neighborhoods has been an objective this year for several lawmakers, a move proponents contend would boost responsiveness and engagement. But the first in a series of town hall-style meetings originally scheduled for Friday evening was abruptly postponed hours beforehand, prompting a fresh round of infighting among […]

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City council to consider restrictions on biking in the city | News | #citycouncil

The Benton City Council is scheduled to have its regular monthly meeting this upcoming at 5:30 p.m. Monday from City Hall, 114 S. East St. The council will consider an ordinance that would establish designated areas in the city as “dismount zones” for bicycles, skateboards, motorized bicycles and other forms of similar transportation. The ordinance […]

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Contractor picked for new, $7M city hall | #citycouncil

The Kiwanis Club of Orangeburg presented the Rev. Jerry French as the 2022 Citizen of the Year at at banquet held at the First Baptist Church Family Life Center on Thursday, Sept. 15. The banquet also officially recognized past honorees, the late Bill Cox Sr. and the late Frank P. Tourville Sr. A Columbia-based […]

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Boise City Council approves controversial 35-unit apartment complex on Broadway Avenue | Idaho | #citycouncil

BOISE – A new, two-building apartment complex is headed to Broadway Avenue despite concerns from a neighbor about parking and pedestrian safety. On Tuesday, Boise City Council unanimously approved an application from Coeur D’Alene developer Beegawk LLC to develop a 35-unit apartment complex with one and two-bedroom units at 2408 S. Broadway Avenue. Because of […]

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Trenton City Council to meet Monday evening | #citycouncil

Meetings Monday night at Trenton City Hall involve the Trenton Building and Nuisance board at 6 pm and the Trenton City Council at 7 pm. Both are open to the public but also will be available on Zoom. There are separate identifiers for the two meetings. The Building and Nuisance Board will hold four public […]

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No Sept. 26 meeting for Crystal River City Council | Local News | #citycouncil

Crystal River City Council members will not meet Monday, Sept. 26. Council calls to order twice a month, on the second and fourth Mondays, except when it meets once a month in June, July, November and December. Council’s second meeting for September was canceled because it held other meetings earlier in the month. Get more […]

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Budgets and parades approved by City Council | Around Town | #citycouncil

Parades and budget items were on last week’s agenda at the Port Lavaca City Council meeting, kicking off the season. During the meeting, four parade permits were given, ranging from October to December. Starting with October, two parades permits were approved, one for the Marian Rosary procession on Oct. 9 by Our Lady of the […]

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LA City Council committee divided on whether to stay with LAHSA homeless services – Daily Breeze | #citycouncil

As the Los Angeles region struggles to get its arms around how to house the tens of thousands of people living on the streets, L.A. city leaders on Thursday, Sept. 22 returned to a long-running debate over how homeless services should be overseen. Members of the city council’s Homelessness and Poverty Committee appeared divided over […]

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