Tag: Edgerton City Council

Council sets agreement with humane society

Danedri Thompson [email protected] Edgerton city council members approved an agreement...

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Edgerton council hosts short meeting

Danedri Thompson [email protected] During a brief city council meeting on Nov. 8, Edgerton council members addressed a few administrative housekeeping issues including amending a city ordinance to allow a designee for...

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Edgerton to discuss lawnmowers on the streets

Mark Taylor [email protected] The Edgerton City Council will host a meeting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 31 to discuss citizens’ concerns about a city ordinance that prohibits riding lawnmowers on city streets. Mayor...

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New sewer plant inches closer to reality

Mark Taylor [email protected] The Edgerton City Council approved a $196,000 payment to Johnson County Parks and Recreation for purchase of property for the new sewer plant on July 12. The property, just fewer 15 acres,  is...

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Gardner, Edgerton to break ground on new sewer plant

Mark Taylor [email protected] The Gardner and Edgerton city councils will hold a joint dedication for the new Big Bull Creek Wastewater Facility on July 17. The groundbreaking will take place at 8:30 a.m. The Edgerton City...

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Edgerton approves sewer agreement

Mark Taylor [email protected] The Edgerton City Council approved a lease agreement June 21 with Johnson County Parks and Recreation for property for the city’s new sewer plant. According to Beth Linn, city administrator,...

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Edgerton votes for lot container regulations

Mark Taylor [email protected] After viewing photographs of intermodal container storage lots in Argentine, the Edgerton City Council voted to have more stringent requirements for storage lots within its city limits. All...

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Edgerton votes for stringent container lot regulations

Mark Taylor [email protected] After viewing photographs of intermodal container storage lots in Argentine, the Edgerton City Council voted to have more stringent requirements for storage lots within city limits. All...

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Edgerton adds 2 full time city positions

Mark Taylor [email protected] The Edgerton City Council approved the creation of two new full time positions — an administrative services director and a codes enforcement officer — on April 12. City...

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