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Kalispell City Council weighs new shared-use and bike paths | #citycouncil

Kalispell City Council held a work session discussing potential investment in pedestrian, bicycle and shared-use paths Monday evening. City Manager Doug Russell led the Jan. 9 discussion and read from the bicycle and pedestrian system chapter of Kalispell’s broader transportation plan, which was completed in 2021 by engineering firm KLJ. The report proposes a variety […]

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Columbia City Council rejects fingerprints for CPRB, approves revised Sidewalk Master Plan | Mid-Missouri News | #citycouncil

COLUMBIA — The Columbia City Council rejected an ordinance Monday that would have required members of the Citizens Police Review Board to submit their fingerprints to the Columbia Police Department in order to provide their criminal history. Fingerprinting was suggested to meet a criminal history examination requirement in the original charter for the board, whose […]

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Tipton city councilman announces run for mayor | Local news

TIPTON — A Tipton City Councilman has thrown his hat into the mayoral ring. Rick Chandler, R-District 3, announced he is running for the Republican nomination for Tipton mayor next year. The first-term councilman made his campaign launch announcement at Jim Dandy last week. He is an insurance agent for Clark Insurance Group. “I understand […]

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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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Newburyport City Council approves $2.5M for Bartlet Mall project | Local News | #citycouncil

NEWBURYPORT — The City Council made sure work on the Bartlet Mall revitalization project will get underway next year after unanimously approving a $2.5 million bond request Tuesday night. Mayor Sean Reardon has been working with the manager of special projects, Kim Turner, to clean up subsoil contaminants such as arsenic, chromium and lead from […]

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Mayor Fiandt updates progress on projects | Garrett Clipper

Mayor Fiandt updates progress on projects Good day to you all. This is just a little update as to what is going on in your city of Garrett, Indiana. Currently, we are getting the sidewalks replaced on South Randolph Street. This is the continued Judy Morrill sidewalk project. Our hopes are to get new sidewalks […]

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City council to consider restrictions on biking in the city | News | #citycouncil

The Benton City Council is scheduled to have its regular monthly meeting this upcoming at 5:30 p.m. Monday from City Hall, 114 S. East St. The council will consider an ordinance that would establish designated areas in the city as “dismount zones” for bicycles, skateboards, motorized bicycles and other forms of similar transportation. The ordinance […]

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Newburyport mayor, city councilor defend rainbow crosswalks | Local News

NEWBURYPORT — The mayor and a city councilor are defending the city’s decision to paint a pair of crosswalks rainbow colors after recently receiving emails criticizing the move. The emails come a year after the city painted a crosswalk at the corner of Pleasant and Green streets rainbow colors to celebrate Pride Month in June […]

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