At its November 16, 2021 meeting the City Commission adopted Resolution No. 12-21, which eliminated the cost of electricity for the billing period from October 13 to November 15 of 2021. As a result, the December 1st bills will not have any electrical charges for the aforementioned time period, but this does not eliminate any previous balances/penalties for electric or the charges for other utilities.
The action taken at the November 16, 2021 city commission meeting mirrored the action taken by the City Commission at its March 23, 2020 meeting.
Noticed a lot of activity on the city commission page - then realized that the term limits had not been updated (on that page) from the changes that were made awhile back - the new commissioners may be sworn-in as soon as noon on Tuesday, December 7th - until then the outgoing commissioners remain in office.
The St. Marys Historical Society allowed the city to reproduce and enlarge numerous historical pictures from the museum, many of which now adorn the City Commission room at City Hall.
The following notice is set to run in the November 25th edition of The Times. It sets a public hearing for Tuesday, December 21st.
Since May of 2021 The Times has been the city's official newspaper.
'Tis is an old contraction for "it is," according to the Google.
The purchase of 25-banners, to be mounted on the short decorative streetlights along Bertrand Avenue, was approved at last night's regular city commission meeting. The first streetlight will have a wreath, the next streetlight will have a banner, then the pattern repeats...the image below (left) is of the current 36" wreaths, the image below (right) is of the banners. Click to enlarge the images...
In addition to the banners, the purchase of four 50" wreaths, for the streetlights at the intersection of K-63 and US-24 were also approved.
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