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New airport co-managers exploring new possibilities

Not only does the Excelsior Springs Memorial Airport have a newly-paved 2,000-foot by 47-foot runway, it also has new co-managers. Since Jerry Beebe and Don Myers took over management of…

Farris Street: Getting done a little at a time

Don’t expect Farris Street to open until spring, but drivers might see bits and pieces of work done during warm spells over the winter months. The project has been done…

Rezoning, plats okayed for McCleary Medical Plaza

The Excelsior Springs City Council voted 5-0 on Monday night, Dec. 7, to not only approve a rezoning for a new medical office building, but also the preliminary and final…

Excelsior’s red light cameras remain in limbo

More than two years after the red light cameras on Excelsior Springs’ southwest side went into hibernation, city officials still aren’t sure about their future. The cameras, installed in early…

Williams coming ‘home’ to take P&R position

More than three months after Katie Noyd left the Excelsior Springs Parks & Recreation Department, someone is stepping in to take her place. Parks and Recreation Board President Susan McAuliffe…

City maintains membership in household hazardous waste program

Residents of Excelsior Springs will be able to dispose of their old paint, oil, chemicals and other hazardous waste again next year, after the Excelsior Springs City Council voted 5-0…

Airport, AAA celebrating project’s completion with event

The runway resurfacing project at the Excelsior Springs Memorial Airport is finally complete, and to celebrate the milestone, the locally-based Northwest Chapter of the Antique Aircraft Association is hosting a…

City enters contract for water tower management

Excelsior Springs was built on water, and now the city has a 10-year agreement that will take care of the water towers that bring this resource to local residents and…

Superior Well office plan gets basic approval, time to raise money

The Excelsior Springs City Council on Monday, Sept. 21, tentatively approved a plan to preserve the Superior Well office building, assuming the steering committee is able to raise enough money…

Fees increased for fire, EMS

To get more in line with other providers, the Excelsior Springs City Council voted 5-0 on Tuesday night, Sept. 8, to increase the fees the fire department charges for services.…

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