Archive for September 29, 2018

City receives grant to address opioid abuse

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Clinton Mayor Mark Vulich sent out a notice Friday night that the city had received word from Senator Grassley’s office that Clinton is the recipient of a $500,000.00 Grant to help fight the Opioid Epidemic.

Read the grant notice: $500,000-Opioid-Epidemic-Grant

New City Symbols Get Initial OK

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Clinton City officials have taken the first step toward establishing a new city seal and a new city flag.  ‘Read more’ for information on the deals to get permissions for the works.  Images of the proposed flag and seal. » Read more..

Central DeWitt Schools

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Listen to Central DeWitt School Superintendent Dan Peterson and Assistant Superintendent Jen Vance discuss various aspects of the district in our FYI Show with host Dave Vickers.

Download link: FYI – Central DeWitt Schools

Drivers happy with new safety technology, but study finds many don’t understand what it does

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via Radio Iowa 

A study by the University of Iowa and AAA Foundation finds drivers like new technologies designed to help them drive safer — but they don’t understand all the limitations of those systems. » Read more..

CHS Homecoming Parade Parking Restrictions

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Check out the CPD Parking restrictions for the CHS Homecoming Parade on Thursday

CHS-Homecoming-Parade-Parking-Rules

Nuisance Cleanup Cost

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At the recent Clinton City Council members wanted the public to be aware of the cost of mowing nuisance grass & weeds-hear the discussion and see the details of the costs.  The discussion features Council members Bill Schemers, Cody Seeley & Paul Gassman with City Attorney Patrick O’Connell plus City Administrator Matt Brooke with the majority of the comments.

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Lane reductions on Bluff Blvd due to sewer work

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In conjunction with a sewer project, the following traffic control assemblies will be implemented from September 26th to October 5th. ‘Read more’ for the details- » Read more..

Tentative schedule of governmental meetings

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On the tentative schedule of governmental meetings this week there will be a Clinton County Board meeting, Clinton School Board, Fulton City Council and Clinton City Council. (links to agendas included) » Read more..

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