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Wilkes-Barre mayor reviews administration accomplishments in 2022 |

Overall, 2022 was a good year for the City of Wilkes-Barre – fiscally, financially and in many other respects, Mayor George Brown said last week. “The Brown team did an amazing job. I’m very proud of this year, with what’s been accomplished,” the mayor said in a phone interview Friday after recording a “Year in […]

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City Council

City Council to vote on pedestrian crossing improvements project | #citycouncil

Sioux City Fire Rescue firefighters battle a fire late Thursday night at the Ida Building Apartments, 1901 Pierce Street, in Sioux City. Tim Hynds SIOUX CITY — The Sioux City Council will be asked Monday to vote to award a $164K contract to a local construction company for the Outer Drive and Floyd Boulevard […]

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Columbia City Council appoints 5 Police Review Board members | Mid-Missouri News | #citycouncil

COLUMBIA – The Columbia City Council voted in five new police review board members at their Monday night meeting.  Three vacancies on the board had existed since it was suspended in August. The suspension was caused by three members resigning from the board. Mayor Barbara Buffaloe added at that time that there was “unwelcome behavior” […]

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Two north downtown developments get go-ahead from Omaha City Council | Local Business News | #citycouncil

A press release from Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert’s office outlines the W. Dale Clark Library’s final days. Two developments expected to bring office space, retail and new apartments to north downtown got the go-ahead from the Omaha City Council Tuesday. The approval paves the way for a new office building near 15th and Mike […]

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