Statutes require that notice of the city's budget hearing(s) be published in its newspaper of record and posted to the city's website, if a website is maintained by the city. The pdf's below are of the budget publication and the 2023 draft budget. The amounts listed in the notice and budget may not be exceeded once published, but can be decreased - thus the requirement for the hearing.
Thanks to Bobby's Food Co. for donating lunch to city employees on 7-13-2022. Included were Burnt Ends, Cheesy Potatoes, White Cheddar Mac & Cheese, and Spicy Slaw.
A procession for Officer Mark Lamberson's burial will travel from the St. Marys High School, west on Bertrand Avenue to N 8th Street following the funeral, before proceeding West on Willow St.
The public is welcome to say goodbye to Officer Lamberson by lining Bertrand Avenue as the emergency vehicle procession passes through downtown around 10:45 AM on Tuesday.
As a result, we request no parking along N 8th Street and on Willow Street West of N 8th Street until after the procession passes.
We thank you for your assistance and support.
There was an electrical outage Saturday evening. Pictured below is the damaged voltage regulator in the city's electrical substation. There are three voltage regulators in the city's electrical substation and each of them weigh about 4,000 lbs. The most recent one was purchased for about $15,000.
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