Tag: Chris Morrow

Panel talks development at symposium

Danedri Thompson [email protected] Gardner has an opportunity to grow by choice or by...

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City hires new police chief

Danedri Thompson [email protected] Gardner will have a new police chief come Feb. 27. City...

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Council meeting canceled for lack of quorum

Danedri Thompson [email protected] City officials canceled a city council meeting due to lack of a quorum on May 6. The cancellation came within hours of the meeting’s scheduled start time. There are only four members of...

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Council debates approval of tax credits for income-based housing

Danedri Thompson [email protected] City council members agreed to support an application for tax credits for the construction of income-based, single family housing in Gardner. David Rhodes is the developer of the...

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Survey shows Gardner mayoral race this spring likely to be a tight one

Danedri Thompson [email protected] A three-person mayoral race likely favors Mayor Dave Drovetta, but in a two-man race between Chris Morrow and Drovetta, it could be a very close race. That’s the word from a Dec.6 -7...

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Morrow files to run for Gardner Mayor

Gardner City Council Vice President Chris Morrow will seek to become the next Mayor. Morrow filed his intention to seek the position on Dec. 3 at city hall, according to a press release. To date, no other candidates have filed...

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Council to research changes to appointment process

Danedri Thompson [email protected] Gardner City Council members will research changing the...

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Council to move forward with BPU, Edgerton sewer plant agreement

Danedri Thompson [email protected] City council members killed further research on a private-public partnership to oversee Gardner utilities and approved a resolution directing city staff to research ways to implement a...

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Gardner restarts city administrator search

Danedri Thompson [email protected] Gardner is again seeking city administrator applicants. Mike Press, interim city administrator, told council members he had received 35 resumes as of Feb. 6. He anticipates about 100...

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