New Rochelle City Council Votes to Hire Kathleen Gill as City Manager

NEW ROCHELLE, NY (November 29, 2022) — The City Council voted unanimously 6-0 at a Special Meeting today to appoint Kathleen Gill as the New Rochelle City Manager effective January 1, 2023. Council Member Sara Kaye did not attend the meeting. Gill is currently serving as Chief of Staff,...
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Addressing Savannah's housing shortage: A new townhome complex is coming to Garden City

Garden City residents could be getting a new townhome complex located off of U.S. 80 by the end of 2024. In a push to increase the city’s housing stock, Garden City council members approved a proposal during a Nov. 21 council meeting from Konter Development Company to build 136 townhomes on a 10.6-acre property at 2779 U.S. 80, located east of the Dean Forest Road interchange.
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Here’s what happened at the Nov. 28 Flint City Council meeting

Flint, MI–Flint City Council postponed a funding resolution for the city’s Office of Public Health and approved several major street projects for spring 2023 among other decisions at their Nov. 28 meeting. Here’s a breakdown of the council’s most recent actions:. Postponed resolution on funding the...

Things to do in Sterling Heights

As the second largest suburb in Metro Detroit and the fourth largest city in Michigan, the city of Sterling Heights is bustling with activities for you to check out 365 days of the year!. Dodge Park. They say Dodge Park is the place to be on Thursday nights in the...

Pay raises expected for some Henderson workers

HENDERSON, Ky. (WEHT) — For some Henderson workers, their paychecks might see a bump at the start of the new year. At the most recent commission meeting, an ordinance was proposed that would increase pay for hazardous duty employees by $5,000 yearly, as well as non-hazardous city employees by three percent. Henderson Mayor-elect Brad Staton […]


The City of Roseburg has maintained its high credit rating with a leading bond credit rating business. A City of Roseburg release said on November 17th, Moody’s Investor Service, a leading provider of credit ratings for public finance issuers, released its annual comment on the City of Roseburg and confirmed its credit rating for the City as an Aa3 with no outlook.

City of Newberry ends fiscal year with a $600,000 surplus

NEWBERRY, Fla. – During the November 28 Newberry City Commission Regular Meeting, Assistant City Manager and Finance Director Dallas Lee presented the amended 2021-2022 Fiscal Year budget, which closed September 30. The high point of his presentation was when he said the City of Newberry came in 6.5% under budget projections for the year.

Ed Varso returns to lead Escondido Police Dept.

Five months after leaving his position as Escondido Chief of Police to take the same job for the City of Menifee, the City of Escondido has announced that Ed Varso has been selected to be the next Chief of Police. In a statement from the city: “Chief Ed Varso is...

Charity choir event raises more than £20,000 for our Christmas appeal

Children from a charity choir last night performed a moving selection of Christmas Carols to changemakers and City executives at an event held at the Conduit Club to support our On the Breadline appeal in partnership with The Childhood Trust.More than 80 executives from companies including Royal Bank of Canada, Neptune Energy, Kingfisher and Goldman Sachs listened to the performance by the children, who are supported by The Pimlico Musical Foundation, a charity that provides musical opportunities to schools and children in Pimlico and is funded by The Childhood Trust.The event raised more than £20,000 for our Christmas Appeal in...

Community Survey Begins Thursday — Results will be shared with City Council

The City of Bend seeks community feedback to guide priorities and direction for the next two years. People in Bend may receive a call or a text in early December asking participants to answer questions about the City and City services. Phone calls and texts requesting survey participation will begin December 1.

Learn About Yuma from the Inside

City of Yuma residents are invited to apply for the 2023 Neighborhood Leadership Academy (NLA), a once-a-week, in-depth course about different City functions, departments, services, and facilities. The City is now accepting applications, which are available along with additional details and the 2023 class schedule directly at In an...

City Council to Meet Thursday for Lengthy Agenda - Some Items in Executive Session

The City Council of the City of Coleman, Texas will meet in session on Thursday, December 1, 2022, at 5:15 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall, 200 West Liveoak, Coleman, Texas. All items on the agenda are for possible discussion and action. Council may vote and/or act upon each of the items listed on this Agenda. One agenda item will be discussed at a time, in the order determined by the Mayor, unless logic and practical considerations allow similar topics to be considered together for purposes of convenience and efficiency. Consent items are considered to be non-controversial and will be voted on in one motion unless a council member asks for separate discussion. The City Council of the City of Coleman, Texas, reserves the right to meet in closed, executive session on any of the items listed below should the need arise and if authorized by Title 5, Chapter 551, of the Texas Government Code. You may watch the meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone at: or