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City Council Approves Amendment to Parking Citation System Contract – Pasadena Now | #citycouncil

The City Council has approved an amendment to a contract with Data Ticket, Inc., setting its value at $2,886,665 for a web-based parking citation and permit management system. The decision came as part of Monday’s shorter-than-usual consent calendar vote. The contract provides the City with a comprehensive system that includes real-time Department of Motor Vehicles […]

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City Council Conducts First Reading on Ordinance to Establish Hearing Officer for Dog Hearings – Pasadena Now | #citycouncil

[print-me target=”#content”] 3 recommended Share   The City Council on Monday conducted the first reading of an ordinance that will replace the three-member panel and Commission appeal process with a hearing officer to decide whether a dog is vicious, potentially dangerous, or a public nuisance dog. According to a City staff report, a review of […]

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Parkersburg City Council wants to look at Fourth of July options | News, Sports, Jobs | #citycouncil

Trentyn Kelly, an employee with Calliope Productions, the company hired by the American Legion Post 15 for the annual carnival at City Park, sets up his game on July 3. (Photo by Clara Noelle) Community members enjoy one of the rides provided by Calliope Productions at the carnival in City Park on July 4. (Photo […]

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Watertown City Council expresses a need to crack down on motorized bikes | Community Notes | #citycouncil

WATERTOWN — City Councilman Benjamin P. Shoen recently saw the fastest electric bike he’d ever seen whizzing by him down a city sidewalk. “It had to be doing at least 30 mph,” he told his colleagues on council last week. He gets complaints regularly from residents about an annoying issue of people not exercising safety […]

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Pasadena Mayor Returns from Landmark State Department Mission to Armenia – Pasadena Now

[Vanadzor Municipality photo via Facebook] Pasadena Mayor Victor Gordo was scheduled to return to the United States on Saturday after participating in a groundbreaking U.S.-Armenia Local Democracy Forum in Yerevan, Armenia. The week-long diplomatic mission, led by U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Richard R. Verma, marked the highest-ranking diplomatic visit by the United States government […]

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City Council Approves $2 Million Loan Agreement for Homeless Youth Housing Along Foothill Boulevard – Pasadena Now | #citycouncil

[print-me target=”#content”] 3 recommended Share   The Pasadena City Council unanimously approved the $2 million loan agreement with Heritage Housing Partners (HHP) for the construction of a 10-unit affordable rental housing project for homeless transitional age youth (TAY) located at 2318 E. Foothill Boulevard. This is not the first loan agreement granted to HHP. Last […]

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Harrisville mayor dies – Butler Eagle

Mary Ann Hughes confirmed that her husband, Harrisville Mayor Gary Hughes, died on Saturday. Hughes, 72, died unexpectedly at his home in Harrisville. He was serving his third term as mayor and was the longtime owner of Penn-Gold Ice Cream on Main Street in the borough. Mary Anne Hughes said she and her family are […]

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City Council Votes to Increase Refuse Rates – Pasadena Now | #citycouncil

Local residents and businesses were hit with another fee increase on Monday when the City Council voted to increase refuse rates. The vote comes just one week after the City Council increased its sewer fees. Water and power rates could also go up soon. “No matter what you hear on the news a lot of […]

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Sutton reveals true reason behind her resignation, council to discuss vacancy | #citycouncil

LYNNWOOD—For its Business Meeting at 6 p.m., Monday, May 13, the Lynnwood City Council is expected approve $3.4 million in water main repairs, enter into an agreement with WSDOT for the 196th St SW/Scriber Creek Culvert replacement project, review the appointment process of officials, and discuss filling the vacancy left by the resignation of the Councilwoman Shirley […]

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Pasadena City Council, School District Board of Education to Hold Special Joint Meeting Monday – Pasadena Now | #citycouncil

The Pasadena City Council and the Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) Board of Education will hold a special joint meeting on Monday, April 29 at Pasadena City Hall, according to a public notice.  The meeting, which will begin at 6:00 p.m. in the Council Chamber, will cover several topics related to school District and City […]

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