Finding new vehicles and equipment to purchase for the last two to three years has been difficult for everyone, including the City of Alexander City.
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Ocean City Council members and planning commissioners will come together in one room Tuesday for the first time in years to discuss some pressing issues.
Less than five months after St. Paul’s citizen-authored rent control ordinance took effect, the City Council voted 5-2 to roll back the provisions that made it one of the most stringent policies in the country. As part of a package of amendments passed by the council on Wednesday, low-income housing will be exempted; new construction […]
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Boulder voters will decide in November whether to move City Council and mayoral elections over to even years, a change supporters say would increase turnout but opponents argue would divide voter attention on too many races at once. The Boulder City Council voted 6-3 on Sept. 1 to put measure 2E on the ballot this […]
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The St. Paul City Council plans to approve a package of amendments this week that will exempt 20,000 or more of the city’s rental units from the rent control protections approved by voters last year, according to an analysis by the Housing Justice Center. For what purpose? So that landlords’ profits continue to remain higher […]
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The Columbia City Council suspended the Citizens Police Review Board at its Aug. 16 meeting, pending a task force review.
The Bud Porch Center in downtown Alexander City could be a brewery.
The Bud Porch Center in downtown Alexander City could soon be a brewery.
Tyler's P.T. Cole Park is next in line to receive “much-needed” renovations.
"I can't be John Engen and I think it would be a disservice to our community if I tried," Hess said at the swearing-in ceremony.