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Hall of Waters study lays out long term plans

The Hall of Waters, the stately and historic building that curently houses Excelsior Springs’ city offices, a visitor center and the office of the Downtown Excelsior Partnership, is now more…

Council okays lease of mower

In a brief meeting on Monday, Dec. 1, the Excelsior Springs City Council approved the lease of a new mower for the Excelsior Springs Parks & Recreation Department. Parks &…

Pool is part of intermediate plan at Hall of Waters

Now that it’s past its 75th anniversary, the Hall of Waters has been showing its age for some time. While various improvements have been made over the years—including work on…

Hall of Waters study suggests expanded use

Once the immediate needs at the Hall of Waters are complete, within a year or two, city leaders have been encouraged to move on into a second stage of maintenance…

Public puts brakes on Superior wall plan

The retaining wall at the Superior mineral water well site, discussed at length by the Excelsior Springs Capital Improvements Authority last week, has a more uncertain future now. But whatever…

Hall of Waters study helps set priorities for future

The estimated price tag to repair and upgrade the Hall of Waters to where the city would like it to be? Just short of $10.5 million. The good news is…

Retaining wall project finally underway

After two weeks of delays, the project to replace the retaining wall along the east side of N. Kansas City Avenue finally got started this week. The construction site covers…

City recognized for promoting public health

The city of Excelsior Springs came away with an award from the Community Health In Action First Annual Awards Luncheon on Tuesday, Oct. 14. Mayor Ambrose Buckman and City Manager…

Cemetery clean-up scheduled for next week

The city of Excelsior Springs will clean up the two city-owned cemeteries the week of Oct. 20-24, so they’re asking the loved ones of all those who are laid to…

City reverses open-carry prohibition

A little over two years ago, the Excelsior Springs City Council voted to ban the open carry of firearms inside the city limits. On Monday night, they backtracked by amending…

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