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Council okays purchase of aerial

The Excelsior Springs Fire Department was scheduled to replace its aerial apparatus next year, but the purchase has been moved up to this year. On Monday, May 18, the Excelsior…

Council expands curfew ordinance

For the first time in its history, Rainbow Swim Club will not be opening for the summer on Memorial Day weekend. In fact, at this point it looks like the…

City code update to be okayed May 18

Following a public hearing with no public participation, the Excelsior Springs City Council on Monday night, May 4, tabled an ordinance that would adopt a new, updated municipal code. The…

Ground broken for new community center project

Whether it’s five years, 20 years or a lifetime in the making, Excelsior Springs’ new community center is now on track to opening next year. On Friday afternoon, members of…

Rumery hired as economic developer

Terry Rumery of Rumery & Associates will once again provide economic development services to the city of Excelsior Springs. The city council voted 5-0 on Monday, April 20, to contract…

City proceeding on Farris Street redesign project

With bridge demolition pretty much complete and months of reconstruction ready to get underway, city officials are moving to take advantage of the Missouri Department of Transportation’s closure of a…

Bridge demolition continues; reconstruction still ahead

Workers shut down Marietta Street this week so they could demolish the second of two bridges slated to be replaced this year. The Missouri Department of Transportation contracted for the…

Contract signals ‘full speed ahead’ for community center

The Excelsior Springs City Council voted 5-0 on Monday night, April 6, to approve a contract to hire Crossland Construction Co., of Columbus, Kan., to build the new $14,787,080 million…

Morgan, Eales retain seats on council

Incumbents Brad Eales and Sonya Morgan will be keeping their seats on the Excelsior Springs City Council, after successfully weathering a challenge from political newcomer Ron Warner. The final, but…

Superior office steering group plans open house

A new roof on the pagoda at the Superior Well site is now in place, protecting the well itself. But a dedicated contingent of preservationists would like to protect much…

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