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Prior Lake City Council adopts Lakefront Park Master Plan | Prior Lake | #citycouncil

Prior Lake City Council recently adopted the Lakefront Park Master Plan — an updated concept for the park — at its latest meeting Wednesday, Jan. 18. According to city officials, for the last year-and-a-half, city staff have worked with HKGi to create the Lakefront Park Master Plan document to guide improvements and develop a community […]

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Dalton City Council approves Mill Creek Riverwalk | Local News | #citycouncil

City of Dalton officials say a walking and biking trail connecting the Crown Mill area to Haig Mill Lake Park should be finished by this fall. The City Council voted 4-0 Tuesday to award a $2.234 million contract to Northwest Georgia Paving of Calhoun for the project, currently called the Mill Creek Riverwalk. Mayor David […]

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Dalton City Council to consider contract for Mill Creek Greenway | Local News | #citycouncil

The Dalton City Council meets Tuesday at 6 p.m in City Hall. The council members are scheduled to vote on a contract for construction of the Mill Creek Greenway, a walking and biking trail from Eagle Walk trail to the trail around Haig Mill Lake Park. The Eagle Walk at Mill Creek, a half-mile walking […]

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Mayor

Should the Hollywood sign be lit up? Debate ensues after Mayor Bass halts Garcetti’s plan

HOLLYWOOD (KABC) — As we approach the 100-year anniversary of the iconic Hollywood sign, what if you could see the sign at night? Former Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti launched a pilot program that would have lit up the sign. However, on her tenth day in office, Mayor Karen Bass rescinded it, telling Eyewitness News […]

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Arkansas

Arkansas State Parks to celebrate the
new year with First Day Hikes
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Participants can earn a commemorative Arkansas State Parks centennial sticker (LITTLE ROCK, Ark.) – Arkansas State Parks encourages Arkansans to start the new year on the right foot with First Day Hikes on Sunday, Jan. 1, 2023. Led by America’s State Parks, First Day Hikes encourage everyone to celebrate the new year with time spent […]

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Dalton City Council meets Monday | Local News | #citycouncil

The Dalton City Council meets Monday at 6 p.m. in the council chambers in City Hall. The council members are scheduled to vote on: • Whether to accept a $1,248,426 bid from Shaw Integrated and Turf Solutions to replace the artificial turf on the soccer fields at Lakeshore Park and the Ron Nix Soccer Complex at […]

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Laurel City Council passes Airbnb ordinance | #citycouncil

LAUREL, Miss. (WDAM) – Business and tourism have boomed over the last year in Laurel, causing more and more people to travel to the City Beautiful. ”People want to come to Laurel to see Laurel, Mississippi,” said Mayor Johnny Magee. Last year, the city council opted against an ordinance to regulate Airbnbs, but now the […]

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Dalton City Council to consider rules for the Burr Performing Arts Park | Local News | #citycouncil

The Dalton City Council is set to vote Monday on two measures that would clarify how the Burr Performing Arts Park is used. The first is a memorandum of understanding between the city and the Downtown Dalton Development Authority (DDDA) for Burr Park spelling out the various responsibilities for the park. Basically, the city Parks […]

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Sacramento City Council to vote on plan to boost tourism recovery | #citycouncil

The Sacramento City Council is set to vote on a plan Tuesday to support tourism recovery in the Capital City. A grant for Visit Sacramento would help with their ongoing efforts to bring revenue to the local economy. The organization will get $1.5 million to plan events for 2023 and 2024.Officials said Sacramento’s tourism industry […]

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Mayor’s Cup return brings more activities | News

PLATTSBURGH — With the sailboats racing in the distance, people of all ages were back on shore partaking in the 45th Mayor’s Cup Regatta and Festival at Plattsburgh City Beach Saturday. From cornhole tournaments to sand sculpture contests to fun runs, there was something for everyone. GETTING OUT IN SUMMER Sunrise Rotary Club’s chair for […]

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