City of Wyoming
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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Based on Police Chief Paul Hoppe’s recommendation, Wyoming City Council members unanimously approved the promotion of officer Josh Brown to full-time status within the Wyoming Police Department during the council’s March 17 meeting. The change in status was effective as of March 23. Brown is rep...Read More
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Wyoming may be in line for some new development. At the City Council’s March 3 meeting, City Engineer Mark Erichson reported potential development at three sites in the city. A developer has recently submitted a sketch plan for a 38-unit complex on 257th Avenue across from Xccent. Preliminary plan...Read More
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Before the Wyoming City Council meeting Feb. 17, there was a public hearing related to the 2015 street and utility improvement project. Most questions from city residents were about the cost of the project for individual property owners. City Engineer Mark Erichson reviewed the scope of the work for...Read More
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The council authorized the purchase of a 2016 Mack truck for the Public Works Department. Purchase price through the state contract, including tax and license, is $89,117. The equipment-build from Towmaster, also on state contract, is $101,757. Total with attachments and setup is $190,874. Trucks ar...Read More
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