Upsala City Council
By Kerry Drager, Correspondent A new year will mean changes for the city of Upsala. During the Jan. 5 City Council meeting, members discussed their goals and approved the fee schedule for 2015. With the new housing development taking place this year, the city is preparing for the necessary changes ...Read More
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By Kerry Drager, Correspondent City resident Dan Voronyak approached the Upsala City Council with questions and concerns regarding the easements needed for the 2014 Walnut Avenue Improvements Project. Voronyak is willing to negotiate and may be willing to sell the city the 66 feet of land needed fo...Read More
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By Kerry Drager, Correspondent The city of Upsala is looking to obtain a grant to help purchase and install new playground equipment that is better suited for younger children for the City Park. City Clerk Reva Mische researched many companies for materials used, price and style before settling on ...Read More
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By Kerry Drager, Correspondent The Upsala Bluejays Amateur Baseball Team (UBA) is interested in pursuing the licenses needed to offer different varieties of alcoholic beverages during ball games. To obtain the correct license for the sale of alcohol with more than a 3.2 percent alcoholic content, t...Read More
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By Kerry Drager, Correspondent The city of Upsala will have the option for new housing developments with the purchase of 7.25 acres of land from city resident Marlene Soltis. The land is selling for $4,000 an acre for a total of $29,000. This purchase agreement will include a 66-foot easement that ...Read More
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by Jennie Zeitler, Staff Writer The Upsala City Council heard citizens’ concerns over frozen water lines, Monday. “We’re wondering what you’re going to do for us,” said Mary Jane Chuba. Council Member Dennis Westrich had helped a number of city residents clear water lines. Some were frozen...Read More
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