STAFF BLOG BEYOND THE PAGE It's been too long
It seems like it's been forever since I last wrote a blog.
And so much has been going on.
Of course, there will be more time -- and space -- to talk about things in the future posts, so I'll keep th... Posted on 3/25/13 at 10:53 PM
NEW PLATEAUS Unknown Ordinances: Why Fines Aren't Fine for Budget Use
Pop quiz: In the city of Minneapolis how far from a driveway should your bumper be when you park on the street? Four feet, two feet, five feet, one inch, ten feet?
I asked this question to ten resi... Posted on 5/16/12 at 10:33 AM
OH LOOK! A SHINY THING The Glories of Living in a Small Town with Nice People In It
As Daily Globe readers may have already realized, I attended the Worthington City Council meeting last night.
When I left the Daily Globe's office at about 6:45 p.m., the night air was cold and crisp ... Posted on 2/9/10 at 9:28 AM
FEMA guidelines leave an eyesore, some say WORTHINGTON — In a discussion with Ceres Environmental and True North during Monday night’s meeting, the city council questioned the tree-trimming regulations set by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
Council also opts to examine expansion of current YMCA pool WORTHINGTON — The Worthington City Council discussed moving forward with numerous topics, including the request for a new outdoor pool in Worthington, a farmer’s market ordinance, a Beach Nook request and rates for the Center for Active Living, during a special Monday morning meeting.
WORTHINGTON — During its regular meeting Monday night, the Worthington City Council approved a $7,000 grant through the Worthington Rediscovered Funds.
The money was awarded to BTLA, LLC, for the purpose of purchasing and renovating the property located at 701 11th Street.
WORTHINGTON —Citing a housing need and an opportunity to reinvest into the community, the Worthington City Council approved a loan to the Housing and Redevelopment Authority (HRA) during its regular meeting Monday night.
WORTHINGTON — During the regular meeting Monday night, the Worthington city council took action on loans, awarded a bid, adopted a Complete Streets policy and heard information regarding animal control ordinance.
Council discusses plans for financing new fire hall
WORTHINGTON — The Worthington Council approved during their Monday meeting a sum of $2,500 to go toward Worthington Regional Economic Development Corp. participation in developing a housing project at Minnesota West Community and Technical College.
City approves $31,000 contribution to project
WORTHINGTON — Another $31,000 of hospital sale proceeds was spent Monday night after Worthington City Council members approved a contribution to the regional storm water retention pond project under construction on the Worthington campus of Minnesota West Community and Technical College.
Public hearing on proposal will be July 23
WORTHINGTON — A bridge loan that would keep construction of a hotel adjacent to the long-planned Events Center moving forward will be further considered by the Worthington City Council following its Monday meeting.
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