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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…

Mosby citizens call for removal of alderman following vote

Concerned citizens of Mosby have again asked for the resignation of Alderman Sean Cacioppo at a special meeting held July 21 at Mosby City Hall. Residents called for his removal…

City’s $33.5 million water and sewer package nearing completion

The average person may not care about the inner workings of water and sewer service. If the toilet flushes as it should and there’s water for a morning shower, what…

New CC director on the job

Katie Vivas might be the director of the new Excelsior Springs Community Center, but for now you can find her in a temporary office in the Hall of Waters. She’ll…

Applicants interested in Hall of Waters project given extension

A Lawson attorney and Texas medical doctor/businessman are among several parties who have shown interest in submitting a proposal to buy or lease the Hall of Waters for restoration. City…

Excelsior’s annexed acreage termed best bet for development near county airport

A request for immediate action to fund a $48,000-plus county airport sewer study was tabled Monday after commissioners were told annexed land in Excelsior Springs is the best bet for…

Chamber board selects Tosha Jackson as new Executive Director

The Board of Directors is pleased to announce the hiring of Tosha Jackson as the new Executive Director for the Excelsior Springs Area Chamber of Commerce, effective immediately. The selection…

As work continues on the grounds, Superior Well fundraising hits snag

When Janet Blauvelt last reported progress on Superior Well No. 1 fundraising, the news was encouraging. The committee working to restore Excelsior Springs’s only surviving mineral water ticket office had…

Parks department approves long-range plan, including splash and dog parks

The Excelsior Springs Parks and Recreation board approved the group’s vision for parks in Excelsior Springs through the next five years at the regular meeting on Tuesday, June 21 at…

Council votes funding for golf course fans, community center security cameras

City Council acted on several items Monday, making official the appointment of Interim City Manager Steve Marriott; renewing a contract with Eastern Clay County Ambulance District; approving the purchase of…

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