The Lawrence City Commission election was held on Tuesday, and 10 percent of registered voters in Lawrence turned up at the polls to vote. The three open seats were captured by Mike Amyx, Jeremy Farmer and Terry Riordan. Amyx and Farmer cruised to victory with 7,019 votes and 5,271 votes, respectively. They will each serve [...]
After the SRS office was closed, Lawrence City commissioners voted to pay to keep it open.
The Lawrence City Commission approved the construction plans with a few stipulations Tuesday night.
The City Commission approved the benefits 2-1.
Rezoning of the Oread neighborhood, downtown parking and possible demolition of historical buildings were among the topics discussed by city commissioners this week.
Hugh Carter, Mike Dever and Bob Schumm will fill the three vacant spots on the five-member commission.
The Lawrence Community Shelter plans to increase occupancy, and Mass. street will be required to close on April 18 because of the Half Marathon are just two of the issues that were addressed.
The Lawrence City Commission voted last week to approve the issuance of Industrial Revenue Bonds for the Bowersock Mills and Power Company’s North Shore hydroelectric plant building project.
CO2 storage may be stored in an underground rock structure called the Arbuckle Group.
Five candidates are running for three positions.
Police jargon, or ten-codes may be eliminated because of confusion.
The city’s Retail Task Force shows how to improve local retail business.
Lawrence residents can meet candidates for new chief of police position at an open house Feb. 10.
The city commission approved more parking spaces for boarding houses during Tuesday’s meeting.