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City council approves new fee schedule

After about a year’s worth of work, the Excelsior Springs City Council on Monday night approved a new fee schedule that has ramifications for about a dozen and a half…

Council okays third and final change order for sewer project

The Excelsior Springs City Council last Monday voted 5-0 to approve the third and final change order to the sanitary sewer repair and closed-circuit TV check of the city’s sewer…

Property maintenance ordinance change just barely makes the cut

In a rare 3-2 vote, the Excelsior Springs City Council on Monday night just barely passed an amendment to the municipal code that defines the responsibilities for maintenance of sidewalk,…

Community Center project getting underway

It’s been two months since voters in Excelsior Springs approved a sales tax to pay for the construction of a new community center, and while no site work has begun…

City council tables third and final change order

The Excelsior Springs City Council cut an already short agenda even shorter on Monday night by tabling one of only a handful of action items. A resolution approving a change…

Stalled Albany renovations get new approval

A three-year-old project to turn the old Albany Bathhouse into an arcade-type hangout for young people got a new lease on life Wednesday, as Stephan Dennis renewed his certificate of…

Council votes to set up oversight committee

The Excelsior Springs City Council laid some more groundwork for the new community center on Monday night, but the bonds for the project probably won’t be issued until later this…

O’Dell named deputy fire chief at ESFD

Paul Tribble, fire chief for the Excelsior Springs Fire Department, has announced that Scott O’Dell will succeed him as the deputy fire chief for the department. The announcement was officially…

Storm water regulations approved

The Excelsior Springs City Council voted 5-0 on Monday night to approve a new chapter in the city code related to storm water management—though they didn’t do so without some…

Council sets groundwork for project

Now that the main hurdle for a new community center—a four-sevenths vote to put a sales tax in place to pay for the project—has been achieved, the Excelsior Springs City…

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