May 6, 2015
Falls City Government
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Discussion on beginning a search for a city manager is on the agenda for the Falls City City Council meeting Thursday.
The Falls City City Council is scheduled to consider reauthorizing its economic development committee at its meeting Thursday.
The city of Falls City is establishing an agreement for the city of Independence to conduct Falls City’s municipal court.
The city of Falls City took a practical approach to dealing with legal marijuana and the possibility a dispensary opening.
Grants help Falls City move forward with master plan
Piece-by-piece, the city of Falls City is finding ways to pay for the plan to upgrade its water system.
Council also ‘hits a wall’ in deterring marijuana shops
The charter of Falls City states that city councilors cannot miss more than five council meeting in a year.
The city of Falls City may have to get creative to come up with a plan to repair or replace the Dayton Street Bridge.
The city of Falls City will consider changing its code to allow marijuana dispensaries to open, but there’s a catch.
Oregon’s Infrastructure Finance Authority (IFA) has awarded the city of Falls City a $20,000 grant to complete a new water master plan.
The city of Falls City has applied for two grants to complete more than $3.5 million in road and bridge repairs.
The July 3 celebrations in Falls City appear to be in jeopardy due to concerns over insurance.
The Falls City City Council will consider an ordinance that would allow it to change tax rates charged on marijuana sales at its meeting Thursday.
Intern, contract weighed for city manager candidate
Six candidates have applied for Falls City’s part-time city manager position that opened when interim manager Jon Hanken accepted a job elsewhere in April.
Falls City’s $1.85 million 2015-16 budget passed budget committee review and will now move before the Falls City City Council, likely in June.