HOBART | The Board of Works has paved the way for future improvements to 61st Avenue by granting the city attorney authority to begin eminent domain proceedings if necessary.
HOBART | The city's proposed 2014 budget is roughly the same as the one proposed last year, Clerk-Treasurer Deborah Longer said.
HOBART | Mayor Brian Snedecor's State of the City address highlighted the city's ability to remain fiscally sound despite a lean budget.
HOBART | The City Council has agreed to revisit the rental policy at the Police, Court and Community Complex following discussion last week.
HOBART | The city's proposed 2013 budget and expected $2 million in cuts is a near repeat of last year's process, Clerk-Treasurer Deborah Longer said.
HOBART | The City Council on Wednesday granted final approval to an average 2 percent boost in pay for city employees next year.
HOBART | The City Council last week approved, in an initial reading, an average 2 percent boost in pay for city employees next year.
HOBART | City Council members unanimously approved a state-mandated nepotism policy last week, but they made it clear they weren't pleased about the order.
Deborah A. Longer
It's heartening to see in this time of economic belt-tightening that the Hobart City Council has voted no raises for city officials.
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