Tag: Spring Hill City Council

Grant would fund sewers, manholes in SH

Danedri Thompson [email protected] Slow and steady gets the job done, that was the consensus during a Spring Hill City Council meeting on May 12. Council members discussed an ongoing project to upgrade old sewer lines...

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SH budget outlook improves

Danedri Thompson [email protected] Spring Hill’s budget appears healthier than it did last spring, city finance director Melanie Landis told the city council on Nov. 18. Each quarter, she provides the council with a...

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Fire district briefs SH council

Amy Cunninghham [email protected] Chief Jeff Johnson from Johnson County Fire District No. 2 presented third quarter performance measures to the Spring Hill City Council. Since January,  the district has had 3,800...

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SH Council approves bank card agreement

Danedri Thompson [email protected] In a short meeting Sept. 9, Spring Hill City Council members approved a new bank card agreement that will allow city department heads to make purchases with purchasing cards rather than...

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City of SH considers agreement to protect water rights

Danedri Thompson [email protected] The city of Spring Hill may sign on to an interlocal agreement governing water usage out of Hillsdale Lake. The lake serves as a drinking water source for Spring Hill, along with a...

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SH Council approves old school house ballot question

Danedri Thompson [email protected] The old school house is salvageable, consultant Julie Cawby, told members of the Spring Hill city council. “We found that the building has quite a few exterior issues,” she said. “…It...

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SH proposes budget with mill levy decrease

Danedri Thompson [email protected] Spring Hill residents will pay slightly less in property taxes next year thanks to a transfer from an excise tax reserve fund to the general fund. City officials presented council...

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SH officials examine budget at work session

Danedri Thompson [email protected] Spring Hill city officials need to save more than $50,000 between now and the end of December to close 2010 with a zero balance. The budget deficit is largely the result of sales tax...

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