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Defendants now have access to Municipal Court docket, information online Tour

September 26, 2016 – Changes in legislation and court procedures over the last couple of years inspired Excelsior Springs Municipal Court Administrator Taran Svoboda to establish a court website. She…

Tattoo revisions, 2017 budget approved

Excelsior Springs City Council voted 4-1 Monday to approve a rewritten ordinance that governs tattoo businesses. The approval means that an applicant interested in locating a shop in a vacant…

City inks proposed new tattoo ordinance

September 20, 2016 – A proposal to allow a tattoo business in a vacant storefront at 106 Broadway passed an initial hurdle – revision of a city ordinance that currently…

RADIO SILENCE

September 13, 2016 – Imagine a scenario in which a dispatcher calls officers to advise them of a car chase involving Clay County Sheriff’s deputies and a fleeing suspect. The…

Community center ‘puzzle’ taking shape

Outfitting the new community center is a day-by-day process not much different than fitting together the pieces of a very large jigsaw puzzle. Katie Vivas, who took the reins of…

City adjusts tax rate to assessed values

September 2, 2016 – Although Missouri’s 1980 Hancock Amendment is intended to prevent state budgets and taxes from growing at a rate faster than family incomes, the knife can cut…

South ES residents ask when they will have sewers

August 12, 2016 – Several Excelsior Springs residents, part of what the city refers to as the Area 3 Maurer Lake sewer extension, say they’re not pleased to be the lowest…

Golf course gets high grades, but its bottom line remains an issue

August 4, 2016 – Director Tim Jarman gave a  mostly upbeat report Monday on on Excelsior Springs’s 101-year-old public golf course, even though the course operates at an annual deficit.…

City makes community center its top priority

August 2, 2016 – The City of Excelsior Springs is turning much of its attention to completing its new community center – enough so the search for a new city…

Picturing the Hall of the future

Preserving and finding new purpose for the Hall of Waters is central to a far-reaching proposal submitted recently by partners Stacy Macy and Chris Phillips. But they say reintroducing mineral…

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