WORTHINGTON — Nearly 15 people attended a public hearing Monday at the Worthington City Council meeting, expressing both support for and opposition to proposed street and storm sewer improvements on 27th Street, 29th Street and North Rose Avenue.
Our city council is again trying to interfere with our property-owning rights (the animal control measures certainly didn’t work, and getting rid of slum lords didn’t either), but now they are in a debate about requiring us to fence inexpensive back yard pools with expensive fences.
Improvements to accommodate increased flows for JBS WORTHINGTON — The city council Monday approved a professional services contract with Pharmer Engineering for the Industrial Wastewater Treatment Facility Improvement Project.
SEH will pursue aggressive timeline for project
WORTHINGTON — The Worthington City Council voted Monday to retain SEH (Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc.) as the provider of architectural services for the addition and renovations to Memorial Auditorium Performing Arts Center.
Aggressive timeline pursued for Memorial Auditorium renovation WORTHINGTON — Following last Tuesday’s passage of the local option half-cent sales tax, the Worthington City Council on Monday discussed plans to put the two tax-funded projects — renovations to Memorial Auditorium and the building of a community center complex — into action.
City council weighs options near Avera’s clinic Council members discussed the fate of trees along 10th Street Monday, hearing testimony on which trees would survive best in the high-pH soil outside of Avera Worthington Specialty Clinics.
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