• Downtown Pensacola indoor sports facility may go to council in January
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    Downtown Pensacola indoor sports facility may go to council in January

    Pensacola Mayor D.C. Reeves hopes to bring “Project Pickle” up for a vote by City Council in January. Speaking at his first press conference as mayor Tuesday, Reeves said he is continuing negotiations begun under former Mayor Grover Robinson to bring an indoor sports facility to the Port of Pensacola’s Warehouse No. 4. The proposed facility would include indoor modular courts that could be used for multiple sports, including pickleball which has surged in popularity in recent years. “I’ve had some really good conversations with the folks that would be operating that facility,” Reeves said. Project Pickle:Pensacola may get dedicated indoor pickleball courts New mayor:Mayor D.C. Reeves: Pensacola will not rest…

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  • Toronto Council moves forward with water projects | News, Sports, Jobs
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    Toronto Council moves forward with water projects | News, Sports, Jobs

    WATER PROJECTS, PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION — Efforts to improve the city’s water distribution system and a request for public transportation service were before Toronto Council on Monday. — Warren Scott TORONTO — Toronto Council Monday moved forward with efforts to improve areas of the city’s water distribution system, establishing line items for state funds it hopes to receive for three projects. Council also heard from a resident petitioning for the Steel Valley Regional Transit Authority to serve the city. Earlier this month, council authorized Mayor John Parker to apply for up to $1.6 million from the Ohio Water Development Authority to replace water lines in the area…

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  • Council to advertise water auth. openings | News, Sports, Jobs
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    Council to advertise water auth. openings | News, Sports, Jobs

    The Lewistown Borough Council announced a plan to advertise three open seats on the Mifflin County Municipal Authority. Members also heard public accounts regarding multiple alleged complaints toward the Lewistown Police Department at the council meeting on Monday, Aug. 8 at the Lewistown municipal building. Council people will advertise three open seats on the MCMA via the borough website and other public platforms following no appointment of nominees during the 5:30 p.m. meeting. Community members also shared grievances concerning the Lewistown Police Department and public officials who allegedly fall short in their duties. Kathy Wilson, of Lewistown, said that she dealt with a ‘confrontational’ officer in recent days.…

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  • Kearney City Council wants public’s thoughts on M indoor sports facility | Local News
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    Kearney City Council wants public’s thoughts on $34M indoor sports facility | Local News

    Support Local Journalism Your subscription makes our reporting possible. {{featured_button_text}} It’s anticipated that Crowne Plaza will generate an estimated $13 million to $15 million in state sales tax revenue for the project. There is one other funding source that could help provide infrastructure for the sports facility, Morgan said. CARES Act stimulus funds of $2.6 million could be used to extend utilities to the sports complex and along the newly paved Talmadge Street and Yanney Avenue. When they’re completed, those streets will connect the Yanney Heritage Park area and hotel district along with the sports center. Jon Garner, a coach with the Kearney Soccer Club and member of the Place…

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