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Deputy returns from training
A Marion County Sheriff’s Deputy just got back from 13 weeks of peace-officer training at the
City likely to modify special deer hunt
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City could be eligible for sewer project loan
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Council waives license fees for some vendors
In order to attract more people to the downtown, the Knoxville City Council voted earlier this week to waive license fees for vendors putting on events on the square, such as Ag in the City, Living Windows and Bike Nite. That’s according to Knoxville City Manager Dick Schrad. In related news, Schrad says the council will consider removing the $525 fee out-of-town vendors pay during the week of the Knoxville Nationals, and going back to the annual fee of $105.
CDC to consider Applebee’s design permit next week
The Pella Community Development Committee will hold a special meeting next week to consider a design permit for a new Applebee’s restaurant. The permit was originally on the agenda for a meeting this week, but Planning and Zoning Director George Wesselhoft says the architect was unable to attend.
Another furlough day at the courthouse
Its another state court furlough day Friday in the Marion County Courthouse as the state court offices will be closed because of state budget cuts. The state offices on the third and fourth floors of the
Registration open for Klompen Classic
Get the running shoes out of the closet. The Klompen Classic is less than a month away. The 5K Walk/Run is the unofficial kick-off to Tulip Time. Race Director Julie Johnson with Crossroads of Pella says more than 190 people have registered for the event. Johnson says theyre preparing for about 2,000 participants as last year they had more than 1,800. Registration information is available online at www.crossroadspella.org.
DOT issues reminder about farm machinery on the roadways
Household Hazardous Waste Collection is
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