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City Council Approves to Repair Sidewalk, Discusses Unfinished Restrooms at The Ruins Apartments | Local News | #citycouncil

{KXLG – Watertown, SD} Residents of and near 315 Kemp Ave. East can expect to see a repaired sidewalk soon. The council passed a resolution authorizing the city to fix the sidewalk themself and bill the property owner of “The Ruins” unfinished apartment complex. Assistant City Manager/Public Works Director Heath VonEye explained more to the […]

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Napa poised to approve sale of downtown city land | #citycouncil

The Napa City Council on Tuesday will discuss whether to pave the way to selling Dwight Murray Plaza, and a parking lot next to the Kohl’s department store, to developers who already have approval to build a mixed-use project downtown. The Napa City Council on Tuesday will discuss whether to make Dwight Murray Plaza, which […]

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City Council approves Old Sauk Road, Essen Haus projects | #citycouncil

Madison’s City Council weighed in for the first time in recent months on the tensions around development on the West Side. At a meeting that stretched from Tuesday evening to past 2 a.m. Wednesday, the Council approved a 138-unit apartment building on Old Sauk Road that has faced opposition from many nearby residents who are […]

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Blosser signs contract, Fairmont City Council to update fire codes | Tuesday News | #citycouncil

FAIRMONT — Travis Blosser takes his rightful seat as city manager at Wednesday’s upcoming Fairmont City Council meeting. The City will swear in Blosser as city manager at the meeting. Blosser signed his official contract on Monday, May 13. The meeting date was moved to Wednesday due to Tuesday’s primary election. No pending business will be […]

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Killeen Council, mayor respond to Herald’s questions on the Featherline Road area rezoning | Local News | #citycouncil

The rezoning of approximately 195 acres in the area near Featherline Road from agricultural to single-family residential is an issue which has resulted in a lot of opposition from residents of Killeen. It appears that overwhelmingly, people tend to be against the rezoning. On the other hand, some on the Killeen City Council appeared to […]

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Lincoln City mayor looks to the future | News

Lincoln City Mayor Susan Wahlke looked to the past to illustrate how the city is moving forward into the future. In her State of the City address April 23, Wahlke outlined the progress the city has made in developing new affordable housing through the city’s planning and development department. She highlighted Innovative Housing Inc., 107 […]

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Killeen mayoral candidates answer questions from the Herald | Center for Politics

The May 4 municipal elections are coming up next month and things are starting to heat up in the various races. Perhaps the biggest decision Killeen voters will face on election day will be the choice for mayor. Will incumbent Mayor Debbie Nash-King get re-elected to her third term? Could frequent council critic Mellisa Brown, […]

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KXLG News previews the upcoming Watertown City Council Work Session | Local News | #citycouncil

{KXLG – Watertown, SD} The Watertown City Council is set to gather for a work session meeting. Here’s a preview of what’s on the docket: Parks Master Plan Presentation: The council will review a comprehensive presentation on the Parks Master Plan; this will be a presentation of the findings and recommendations in the Parks Master […]

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