PORTAGE | The city's coffers are replenished, thanks to receiving its spring property tax draw Wednesday.
PORTAGE | Police and Fire merit boards were moving ahead this week to hire additional department members when they were told to stop.
PORTAGE | The city's Redevelopment Commission voted down the purchase of the shuttered Travel Inn during a special meeting Thursday afternoon.
PORTAGE | Linda Bryann got her hearing and blood pressure checked.
PORTAGE | In a special meeting Wednesday, the Redevelopment Commission awarded a contract for the first phase of the construction of a new street department facility.
PORTAGE | A 16-page city newsletter, which hit residential mailboxes this week, is coming under fire by at least one Portage city councilman.
PORTAGE | Three of the community's outstanding citizens were honored last month by the Greater Portage Chamber of Commerce at its annual awards banquet.
PORTAGE | Officials are expecting the city's recycling collection to triple within the first month of putting a new collection system in place.
PORTAGE | The Portage City Council on Tuesday approved 4-1 an ordinance amendment outlining vacation policy for department heads.
PORTAGE | The City Council will review potential changes to Portage's ethics ordinance.
PORTAGE | City Councilman John Cannon said he had no intention to plagiarize someone else's press release in his own speech calling for term limits.
PORTAGE | A group of consultants, led by the Chicago firm Houseal Lavigne Associates, will lead the city's efforts in creating a vision for the U.S. 20 corridor.
PORTAGE | The city will use up to $1.7 million of Redevelopment Commission funds to balance its books this year.
PORTAGE | The Redevelopment Commission this week approved an expenditure of up to $881,385 to fund employee buyout packages.
PORTAGE | The City Council narrowly approved a contract this week with Firefighters Local 3151.
PORTAGE | The fate of the Portage Yacht Club is likely to be determined later this year.
PORTAGE | Firms that will help the city create a vision for U.S. 20 have been narrowed to four.
PORTAGE | Both the city's fire and police departments will be receiving some new equipment thanks to the Portage Redevelopment Commission.
PORTAGE | Mayor James Snyder vetoed an ordinance Thursday giving Portage City Council members the authority to have a seat at the bargaining table.
PORTAGE | City Council President Sue Lynch believes it's one of the council's duties to vote on matters regarding the city's finances.
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