City of Wyoming
Wyoming City Council members approved a change order for the 2015 street and utility improvement project at the June 16 council meeting. Engineer Mark Erichson explained that there are some low spots in the project area that cannot handle water infiltration as previously thought. In these places, th...Read More
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Jeffrey Hage Princeton Union-Eagle The city of Princeton has joined Wyoming in its class action lawsuit against the makers of flushable wet wipes. The Princeton City Council on June 25 voted to join a class-action lawsuit aimed at changing the way manufacturers of flushable wipes market the products...Read More
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On June 2, Wyoming city officials authorized the sale of general obligation bonds to finance the street improvements and utility upgrades, which are currently underway. Brenda Krueger, with Springsted Inc., said bidding was aggressive due to the city’s strong financial standing. Five bids were ten...Read More
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Repairs and improvements on Greenway Avenue in Wyoming are nearly completed, but recent complaints about the driveways scraping the bottom of cars continue. The surface improvements portion of the Greenway Avenue project cost $1.79 million. Although the city’s assessment policy was in place, prope...Read More
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A number of business owners along Greenway Avenue expressed concern about recent street improvements at the Wyoming City Council meeting on May 5. The business owners are concerned about the finished curbs along the street. City Engineer Mark Erichson explained the project was completed with Minneso...Read More
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Work began Monday, May 4 on the 2015 Wyoming Street Reconstruction Project. Bids for the project were opened April 14. A-1 Excavating, Inc. was awarded the contract for the project at the City Council meeting on April 21. The Wisconsin company’s bid of $4.04 million was the lowest of the five subm...Read More
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The city of Wyoming filed a federal class action lawsuit earlier this week against the makers of several kinds of wet wipes, alleging that wipes billed “flushable” are clogging the city’s sewer system. The suit, filed April 23, claims that Wyoming is only one of many cities that has this p...Read More
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