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Thomasville neighbors concerned with latest city council proposal | #citycouncil

The city is deliberating on whether to use a downtown building, with a 5 year lease, as a temporary office space. Thomasville residents are concerned about where the money to pay for this will come from and taking away commercial real estate from downtown. Check out the video above to find out what residents had […]

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Kalispell City Council reviews downtown banner policy proposal | #citycouncil

Kalispell City Council heard the details of a proposed new downtown banner policy at its Monday work session. The proposed policy would allow banners deemed to promote Kalispell, publicize events sponsored by the city or its business improvement districts and “highlight activities, general messaging or seasonal displays occurring in or around the city of Kalispell.” […]

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Cleveland City Council at odds with Bibb administration | #citycouncil

CLEVELAND — Some Cleveland City Council members said they feel there’s not enough awareness or solutions in action to combat the deadly violence happening in other neighborhoods. Violence in Cleveland is nothing new, but what’s concerning Cleveland Safety Committee Chair, Michael Polensek, is the rate at which it’s happening with record-low officer shortages in the […]

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Reading City Council questions criteria for ARPA funding for small businesses | Berks Regional News | #citycouncil

READING, Pa. – Reading City Council began reviewing its proposed plan on how to distribute $2 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds to small businesses during a strategic planning meeting Monday night. Businesses will have to apply for ARPA funding and submit a business plan to break down how the money is proposed to […]

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Lexington government relaunches efforts to find new city hall | #citycouncil

The Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government Center in downtown Lexington, Ky., Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019. Alex Slitz aslitz@herald-leader.com A new study shows the Lexington government needs much less office space than it currently occupies over three different downtown buildings. The study by Ernst & Young and Kersey and Kersey showed the city needs approximately 160,000 square […]

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Mayor John Antaramian reflects on his time as Kenosha’s leader after announcing he won’t seek re-election

Gift this article Share this article paywall-free. Mayor John Antaramian talks about the proposed development for Downtown at his office in City Hall on May 11. SEAN KRAJACIC, Kenosha News Kenosha Mayor John Antaramian has announced he will not seek re-election next year when his term ends next year. Antaramian, who turns 69 this year, […]

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Kenosha City Council votes overwhelmingly for massive Downtown development project | #citycouncil

The Kenosha City Council voted overwhelmingly in favor of the massive Downtown development plan Monday night. The master plan covers nine blocks of Downtown bordered by Sheridan Road on the west, 52nd Street on the north, 56th Street on the south and Lake Michigan on the east. Developer rendering Council members passed the development agreement […]

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Kalispell City Council to review bids on water, sewer main replacement project | #citycouncil

Kalispell City Council will consider contract bids to replace parts of the municipality’s sewer and water main systems that date back to the 1920s at its Tuesday meeting. Usually gathering on Mondays, the council is meeting Tuesday, Jan. 17, because of the Martin Luther King Jr. federal holiday. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. in […]

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Mayor Winnecke speaks on progress of projects and final year

EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WFIE) – Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke has undertaken countless projects during his tenure. When he was first elected, he wanted to rebuild Roberts Park. “Certainly hope there will be activity at Roberts Park in 2023,” Mayor Winnecke. “We anticipate that we’ll have renderings of the new park entrance before long.” His final year […]

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Logansport mayor looks for continued growth in 2023 | News

Mayor Chris Martin is ready to carry 2022’s momentum into the new year. And there was plenty of momentum in Logansport. One only needs to visit any of the new businesses or admire the works of public art to see that the town is heading in the right direction. “When I took office I was […]

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