A resolution authorizing the Safety-Service director to advertise for bids and enter a contract for the 2017 street resurfacing program will be on Monday’s City Council agenda.
Fifty years ago, on April 23, 1967, Stephen Lynn Colopy of Danville was killed in Cu Chi Province, Vietnam. He will be remembered this weekend with a special ceremony at 10 a.m. Sunday at his grave in St. Luke Cemetery.
It looks like the city may finally get ownership of the American National Can site, possibly as early as next week, Mayor Richard Mavis reported at his weekly press briefing Friday.
The Municipal Planning Commission voted unanimously Thursday to recommend approval to rezone 660 N. Sandusky St. from residential to general business.
First Ward Councilman Sam Barone told City Council on Monday that an educational meeting has been set for 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 17, in council chambers, on the state’s Home Rule provisions, or city charters.
Periodic fires are part of a healthy lifestyle for prairies and meadows, so teams of volunteers organized by the Knox County Park District stage controlled burns on meadow areas at Wolf Run Regional Park and Honey Run Highlands.
Mayor Richard Mavis and several local political and business leaders spent almost two hours at City Hall on Friday meeting with Metin Hakverdi, a member of the German parliament.
Despite recent rain, the Sandusky Street/High Street intersection project is on schedule, with the intersection due to reopen in about three weeks.
City Council should have a relatively short session Monday, as there are no committee meetings scheduled and most of the legislation is of a fairly routine nature.