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Missoula City Council meets Tuesday | #citycouncil

Missoula Civic Television Advisory Commission Where: Jack Reidy Conference Room, 140 W. Pine St. or via TEAMS. Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board Where: Mayor’s Conference Room 410 Ryman St. or via TEAMS. City Council Where: Virtual: bit.ly/3JVyNJ9; Cable TV Channel 190. YouTube Live and On Demand: bit.ly/3JTikoU. Meetings are conducted via Zoom webinar. Register for the live webinar to attend […]

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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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Outgoing Waco Mayor Dillon Meek reflects on eventful era

Dillon Meek was elected mayor in the depths of the COVID-19 pandemic and has guided Waco through one of the most transformational periods in its history. Meek, elected in 2015 to the Waco City Council and 2020 as mayor, is stepping away from city government this week after a tenure that saw a makeover of […]

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Mayor believes South Main Street viaduct a certainty

How Time Flies is a daily feature looking back at Pantagraph archives to revisit what was happening in our community and region.  100 years ago May 13, 1924: Mayor Frank H. Blose, city engineer Richard M. O’Connell and city attorney Thomas Lancaster went to Chicago to attend what is believed may be the final conference in […]

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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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Barbourville City Council accepts bid for construction of new city hall | News | #citycouncil

BARBOURVILLE — The Barbourville City Council has accepted a bid to construct a new city hall building. HWC Enterprises of London proposed the bid, which was valued at $1.961 million. Barbourville Mayor David Thompson is hopeful that the construction process can begin soon. He said, “We could see it start within 30 days, but the […]

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Jim Holmes elected mayor of Waco

Jim Holmes cruised to a comfortable election win Saturday night to become Waco’s next mayor. He will replace Dillon Meek, who is stepping down after two terms. Holmes won with 2,473 out of 3,517 votes cast in the three-person race, or 70.3%. Aubrey Robertson received 542 votes, or 15.4%, and Eric Brown received 502 votes, […]

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Notable quotable: What they said during City Council work session | News | #citycouncil

The following are parts of the discussions during and after the City Council special work session on April 24, including the mayor, council members and community members — many of whom are downtown business owners not in particular order, and also include emails sent to the Boomerang. Additional comments are also in the form of […]

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North Platte City Council to eye TIF studies, wastewater bid | #citycouncil

A pair of TIF-related studies and bids to start work on North Platte’s industrial wastewater treatment plant leads Tuesday’s City Council agenda. The meeting will start at 5:30 p.m. in the City Hall council chamber, 211 W. Third St., and will be shown on Allo Communications Channel 1 and the city’s YouTube channel. For access […]

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