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The Waukee City Council, which has set a goal for 2013 to emphasize community and economic development, agreed to bring much economic development work in-house.
Government, Going Green
This weekend is your chance to get rid of clutter around the house; it must be out on the curb by 7 a.m. Saturday.
Alice's Road isn't the only major street in Waukee that will receive attention this year as city leaders set their top priorities.
The unanimous vote Tuesday by the Dallas County Board of Supervisors comes after a meeting Monday with Adel and ADM schools representatives. One supervisor had suggested the county use the old middle school grounds for its administration building.
The Waukee City Council selected Isaiah McGee to fill a vacant seat.
Mayor Bill Peard and members of the Waukee City Council have completed strategic planning that maps out how to continue improving the community.
The late Hiram Ori left the Waukee Public Library a bequest in his will that is financing an expansion of the library. A public ground-breaking ceremony was held Tuesday.
The late Hiram Ori left the Waukee Public Library a bequest in his will that is financing an expansion of the library. A public ground-breaking ceremony is planned for Tuesday.
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