City of Wyoming

At its Nov. 5 meeting, the Wyoming City Council passed a resolution closing several city funds because projects are completed. Balances will be transferred to other funds. The final payment for general obligation bonds in Fund 335 was made in 2012. The balance of $39,130.76 will be transferred to street replacements. The Highway 61 improvement […]

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The 2015 Wyoming City Council will be made up of a mix of new and familiar faces after the election on Nov. 4. Eric Peterson retained his seat as mayor, beating current Councilwoman Linda Nanko Yeager for the spot by a margin of 1,650 to 1,396. “I’m hoping that our new council can work together,” […]

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Signs have appeared around the city of Wyoming with the message “Vote YES, to not assess.” The topic is the city referendum question about bond sales in the amount of $3.03 million to fund street reconstruction projects.  Wyoming voters are being asked pick a side this Nov. 4 about whether or not the city should […]

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Earlier this fall, Wyoming City Council members voted to change the name of Gatzow Park to Railroad Park. If that name sounds familiar to Wyoming residents, that’s no surprise. The park was named Railroad Park until it was changed in 2010. The reversal by the council only four years later left some residents puzzled by […]

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The Wyoming City Council authorized up to $29,250 at its Oct. 7 meeting to raze and remove a heavily damaged building at 26795 Forest Blvd. The building is on the east side of the street, south of the Giese Memorial Library and the post office. A bid of $7,000 was the lowest of three bids […]

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The Wyoming City Council approved the city’s preliminary 2015 levy for the city on Sept. 16. The amount of $4.07 million is the maximum the city can tax residents, but it can be lowered before final approval in December. As presented, the breakdown of the total certified levy is $3.87 million for the general operating […]

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