Posts Tagged “bethany city council”

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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City Council adopts 2017 street program

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City Council adopts 2017 street program

Bethany’s street resurfacing program will keep rolling in 2017 after a list of streets was approved at the Nov. 28 City Council meeting. TO READ FULL STORY YOU MUST BE AN ONLINE SUBSCRIBER …http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions

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Bethany seeking bids on 39th Street

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Bethany seeking bids on 39th Street

Bethany will be seeking bids from contractors on building 39th Street from Bartlett Street to Bulldog Avenue. The City Council, at its meeting on Aug. 15, gave conditional approval for the 39th Street extension after several months of discussions about the project. READ FULL STORY…http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions

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City Council backs project to build 39th St. extension

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City Council backs project to build 39th St. extension

The project to build the North 39th Street extension took a step forward Monday night when the City Council gave provisional approval for the project that has been in discussion for several months. READ FULL STORY…http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions

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Bethany officials to address street personnel needs

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Bethany officials to address street personnel needs

The Bethany City Council will hold a closed meeting to discuss personnel needs for the city’s street department after Councilman Randy Brejnik said Monday night that the city should hire more workers in that department. READ FULL STORY…http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions

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Bethany reviews 39th Street funding

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Bethany reviews 39th Street funding

The Bethany City Council reviewed funding options for the 39th Street extension at its meeting Tuesday night at City Hall. Jan Hagler, who is staying on to assist the city in several projects, said current figures indicate that the cost of applying a concrete surface and storm sewers along the route should be approximately $800,000….

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Mayor, council conflict grows…Town waiting for next shoe to drop

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Mayor, council conflict grows…Town waiting for next shoe to drop

The resignations of City Administrator Jan Hagler and City Attorney Cristine Stallings comes at an inopportune time for the city of Bethany as it prepares to begin an ambitious street program and gets ready to award bids for the new wastewater treatment plant. The two officials resigned at a contentious council meeting on May 16…

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