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Sheridan City Council to meet, address contractor revocation ordinance | Local News | #citycouncil

SHERIDAN — Sheridan City Council will conduct a special meeting today in order to address a piece of city code described by city attorney Brendon Kerns as illegal. According to city ordinance, any person who wants to be a building or construction contractor must obtain a license, which requires that person to receive training, pass […]

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Monday Mayor | Barstow – November 2022 | Local News

City of Barstow I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving this past week, as we begin closing out the calendar year of 2022, there is certainly much to be thankful for! The City of Barstow has continued building on its relationship with the United States Army in the signing of several historic Intergovernmental Support Agreements […]

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How both city and county leaders hope collaboration moves them closer to solving homelessness | #citycouncil

The Salt Lake County Council has approved $2.5 million to fund a temporary mental health receiving center after meeting with the Salt Lake City Council on how to fill gaps in approaches to homelessness. (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News ) Estimated read time: 4-5 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — Different levels of government can often […]

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Scottville to pick new mayor, talk funds owed to employees | News

The Scottville City Commission on Monday will consider several items that were pushed back due to a lack of a quorum when commissioners were last scheduled to meet on Nov. 14. When commissioners convene at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall, they’ll have a number of tasks in front of them, including taking action on the […]

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Here are street parking restrictions, closures at Lancaster city Mayor’s Tree Lighting tonight | Local News

As Lancaster city prepares for the Mayor’s Christmas Tree Lighting tonight, there will be a number of street parking and road closures this afternoon.   Lancaster Bureau of Police announced the following restrictions:   7 a.m. – No street parking in the 000 block of North Queen Street 9 a.m. – 000 block of North […]

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Mayor Turner, HPD Chief Finner walk through Galleria Mall to promote safe holiday shopping

HOUSTON – Mayor Sylvester Turner and Houston Police Chief Troy Finner will walk through the Galleria on Black Friday to meet customers and workers to provide safe shopping information during the holiday season. The event will begin at 11:30 a.m. KPRC 2 will livestream the initiative in the video player above. Copyright 2022 by KPRC […]

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City Council conducts dog ordinance workshop | News | #citycouncil

The Russellville City Council held its third workshop on the ban of pit bulls and potentially dangerous ordinance on Tuesday. Ordinance No. 1918 restricts pit bull ownership in the city limits. It went into effect on June 18, 2005, and states no new pit bulls or pit mixed breeds will be allowed in the city […]

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City council learns more about Ivy Tech | News | #citycouncil

Jeannie Hamblin-Fox, with Ivy Tech Community College, gave the New Castle City Council an update Monday about the college and its role within the community. Hamblin-Fox, site director for New Castle’s branch of Ivy Tech Community College, has been with the college for 23 years. She told the council Ivy Tech is the largest community […]

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Boise mayor launches investigation into ex-police officer with ties to white supremacists

The mayor of Idaho’s largest city has launched an investigation to determine if a police officer, whose ties to a white supremacist group became known after he retired, violated the rights of any residents during his 22 years with the agency. (Spenser Heaps, Deseret News) Estimated read time: 2-3 minutes BOISE — The mayor of […]

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City council continues look at open space definitions, requirements | Local News | #citycouncil

SHERIDAN — Sheridan City Council members continued debating open space requirements and the impact on affordable housing in the community Monday, even proposing at one point to eliminate all open space requirements in new developments. The discussion came as part of an ongoing effort to update city code to better define the term “open space,” […]

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