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Dustman development plan gets City Council’s preliminary backing

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Dustman development plan gets City Council’s preliminary backing

A preliminary plat for the Dustman Sub-Division in southeast Bethany was approved Monday night by the City Council. The Planning and Zoning Commission met earlier on the sub-division proposal and submitted its approval for the project, with one change, to the City Council. Howe Company, which represented the developer, presented the plans for the sub-division…

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Council rescinds paying unused sick pay to previous administrator Jan Hagler

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Council rescinds paying unused sick pay to previous administrator Jan Hagler

The Bethany City Council reversed a decision made last week to pay $4,472 in accrued benefits to former City Administrator Jan Hagler who left her job during a heated council meeting at City Hall on May 16, 2016. The council had voted last week to compensate Hagler for unpaid sick days that she had accumulated…

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Bethany declines to take action on tax rebate for Dollar Tree

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Bethany declines to take action on tax rebate for Dollar Tree

The Bethany City Council Monday night declined for now to act on a request for a tax abatement for the proposed Dollar Tree Store on the southwest corner of the I-35 exit 92 interchange. TO READ FULL STORY YOU MUST BE AN ONLINE SUBSCRIBER …http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions

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Mayor’s tie-breaking vote keeps 30th Street plan alive

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Mayor’s tie-breaking vote keeps 30th Street plan alive

Westward Councilman Randy Brejnik’s motion to discontinue spending money on the South TIF District project came one vote short of passing at Monday night’s meeting of the Bethany City Council. TO READ FULL STORY YOU MUST BE AN ONLINE SUBSCRIBER …http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions

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City prepares to lower rates

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City prepares to lower rates

Two ordinances proposing reductions in Bethany’s electric rates were presented Tuesday night to the Board of Aldermen at their regular meeting at City Hall. TO READ FULL STORY YOU MUST BE AN ONLINE SUBSCRIBER …http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions

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