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CDC approves Applebees design permit
The Pella Community Development Committee approved a design permit for the new Applebees Restaurant at a special meeting Wednesday. Architect Rodger Brooks told the committee that the building should be able to seat 187 people. Brooks said work might be able to start within 60 days of site plan approval. The Planning and Zoning Commission will consider the site plan at a meeting April 27.
Rally shows support for keeping VA open
Approximately 100 veterans and supporters gathered at
Economists see signs of improvement
Economists are seeing some optimistic signs, according to a recent survey. Eighty-six percent of respondents to a recent Blue Chip Economic Indicators survey believed that the economic downturn will end in the second-half of the year. Central College Professor of Economics Brian Peterson says were starting to see some leveling out of recessionary activity. However, Peterson says unemployment is still likely to increase as it takes time for the economy to regain lost jobs.
Mayor meets with residents
Knoxville Mayor Harv Sprafka updated residents about happenings in the city, and answered questions and concerns at Coffee With the Mayor yesterday at the Knoxville Public Library. Among those topics discussed was the upcoming completion of the
Weekend of Wheels set for next weekend
School Board awards bond bid to Marion County Bank
Financing is now in place for some athletic facility improvements at Pella Community Schools. The Pella School Board awarded the purchase of approximately $2.1 million in tax revenue bonds to Marion County Bank at a special meeting Wednesday. Superintendent Mark Wittmer says the project includes upgrades to the track, bleachers and a new field turf, among other improvements.
Boswell staff member to meet with residents
A representative for Congressman Leonard Boswell will be in
City to continue with alternative fuel tests
The second phase of alternative fuel tests at the city of
Stamp price to increase next month
The stamp price for first class letters is increasing to 44 cents May 11th, but
High School addition takes shape
The addition to the
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