by Clarke Davis A recycling program will begin soon in Valley Falls following city council action Dec. 21. Mayor Charles Stutesman and the council thought they had studied the topic long enough and had a pretty good sense of what the public wanted. The program will begin with a central location, probably behind city hall […]
Travis Adams, 36, Ozawkie, is the newest police officer hired to enforce the laws in Valley Falls.
by Clarke Davis Only half a dozen people have let their feelings be known about a recycling program by calling the Valley Falls city office. Administrator Chris Channell said there have been far too few express their feelings to draw any conclusions. A couple don’t want any program, a couple want curbside pickup, and a […]
A second full-time police officer has been hired by the city of Valley Falls.
Valley Falls city officials are going to conduct an informal poll and hold a special meeting to determine what kind of recycling program residents desire.
An ordinance allowing nonregistered vehicles on city streets was passed by the Valley Falls City Council Oct. 19, but a number of restrictions apply.
Valley Falls city officials spent an hour Oct. 5 trying to decide how to let anyone 13 and older drive practically any motorized conveyance on city streets without running afoul of the law.
Frank Shrimplin returned to city hall Sept. 21 to see if there was any interest in buying the building he offered to finance at the last meeting, but the council was mute on the subject.
If Valley Falls officials want a new city hall location, the council now has a second alternative to look at.
Kendall State Bank President and CEO Jayne Coleman visited the mayor and city council at their Aug. 17 meeting explaining the procedures and laws when it comes to the deposit of public funds.