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Fort Wayne mayor announces program to fight homelessness, housing crisis | Local Government

Fort Wayne has created the Everyone Home plan to address homelessness in the area, Mayor Tom Henry said during his State of the City address Wednesday. Everyone Home is a project through Fort Wayne’s Office of Housing and Neighborhood Services and other local partners to prevent and end homelessness in the city. Henry said after […]

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City Council

Cambridge should end exclusionary zoning this City Council term | #citycouncil

Beneath a facade of inclusivity and progressivism lies an ugly truth: Cambridge is not open to everyone. Hidden in the technical details of Cambridge’s zoning ordinance is a system designed to control who lives where by limiting the type of housing that can be built, particularly multifamily apartments, such as the triple-decker. This system is […]

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City Council

Pembroke housing development cut from city council agenda | #citycouncil

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City Council

Tomball City Council approves alleyway amenities package | #citycouncil

During its Feb. 5 meeting, Tomball City Council approved a resolution authorizing and approving the Tomball Economic Development Corp.’s project for an amenities package for the city’s alleyways. What’s happening The TEDC will spend $1.18 million to fund the amenities package for Phase 1 of the city’s alleyway project, which includes the 100 north and […]

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City Council

Kalispell City Council to schedule public hearing on state infrastructure funds | #citycouncil

Kalispell City Council is set Tuesday to confirm the date for a public hearing on how to potentially spend funds made available through the State-Local Infrastructure Partnership Act of 2023. Council will meet Tuesday because of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday. Council meets at City Hall, 201 First Ave. E., at 7 p.m. […]

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City Council

Kalispell City Council revamps Planning Board | #citycouncil

Grumbling aside, Kalispell City Council on Monday established a Planning Commission to replace the municipality’s Planning Board, bringing the city in line with recently approved state legislation. Creation of the commission was spurred by Senate Bill 382, also known as the Montana Land Use Planning Act, which directs cities to streamline planning and zoning processes […]

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City Council

Kalispell Planning Board shepherds developer requests to City Council | #citycouncil

The Kalispell Planning Board voted Tuesday to recommend a major preliminary plat approval for three phases of a roughly 107-acre mixed-use development north of Rose Crossing. Spartan Holdings LLC made the request for phases four through six of the Eagle Valley Ranch project, which comprises about 40 acres. The stretch of land east of U.S. […]

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Park City Mayor plans to give Deer Valley public road for $15 million. Residents are opposed.

PARK CITY – For two years, a 2.6-acre section of road around Deer Valley’s base area has been a sticking point in the resort’s expansion plans. Deer Valley leadership insists it needs the road for a ski beach in its new design, which would replace the Snow Park parking lots with a ski-in and ski-out […]

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New council members and mayor sworn in at Lakewood City Council meeting

New members and a new mayor were sworn in during the Nov. 27 Lakewood City Council meeting. The meeting kicked off with the Pledge of Allegiance led by two groups of young guests: Girl Scout Troop 68211 and Webelos Arrow of Light Den from Cub Scouts Troop 748. New mayor, new council members inducted The […]

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City Council

New St. Paul City Council has historic opportunity to expand the city’s tax base | #citycouncil

As a longtime St. Paul resident, I’m excited for the new City Council, the youngest and most racially diverse in city history. A historic moment, of course, but also an opportunity for the incoming council to continue the progressive actions of the previous council while working with the mayor to shift the city’s focus to […]

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