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Annexed land set for summer grading

A company contracted by the city has been putting down water and wastewater lines on Excelsior Springs’ southwest side, extending those utilities to about 250 acres of land annexed just in…

Public works, fire department make pitches for two projects

Though there was some dispute over whether they were truly capital improvements or not, a pair of projects presented in concept on Monday afternoon, Jan. 12, are expected to come…

Stop sign on Dunbar may stay after construction

The new traffic pattern at Dunbar and Beverly avenues may remain in place, after all. Both Public Works Director Chad Birdsong and Capt. Clint Reno of the Excelsior Springs Police…

City awaits high court’s ruling on red light cameras

Time is ticking away, and while city officials—like others throughout the state—had expected word from the Missouri Supreme Court on the legality of camera-based enforcement this year, it’s beginning to…

Hall of Waters study lays out long term plans

The Hall of Waters, the stately and historic building that curently houses Excelsior Springs’ city offices, a visitor center and the office of the Downtown Excelsior Partnership, is now more…

Council okays lease of mower

In a brief meeting on Monday, Dec. 1, the Excelsior Springs City Council approved the lease of a new mower for the Excelsior Springs Parks & Recreation Department. Parks &…

Pool is part of intermediate plan at Hall of Waters

Now that it’s past its 75th anniversary, the Hall of Waters has been showing its age for some time. While various improvements have been made over the years—including work on…

Hall of Waters study suggests expanded use

Once the immediate needs at the Hall of Waters are complete, within a year or two, city leaders have been encouraged to move on into a second stage of maintenance…

Public puts brakes on Superior wall plan

The retaining wall at the Superior mineral water well site, discussed at length by the Excelsior Springs Capital Improvements Authority last week, has a more uncertain future now. But whatever…

Hall of Waters study helps set priorities for future

The estimated price tag to repair and upgrade the Hall of Waters to where the city would like it to be? Just short of $10.5 million. The good news is…

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