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The City of Arkansas City will be host to a special Arkalalah kickoff event that features a train unveiling and re-dedication Oct. 24 at Wilson Park. The first step in the Wilson Park Master Plan, the restoration of the park’s...Read More
Arkansas City residents are invited to apply now to join a new city committee that will select the annual winner of the Joe B. Avery Community Spirit Award. The City Commission of Arkansas City voted 4-0 on Tuesday night to...Read More
The V.J. Wilkins Memorial Foundation has generously announced a $500,000 Challenge Grant toward the advancement of the Wilson Park Master Plan. The grant is contingent on matching funds, but could result in up to $1 million...Read More
The City of Arkansas City will gather citizen input on possible future projects and form a short-term citizen committee to process those ideas in early 2017. As part of the planning for the 2018 budget and the 10-year Capital...Read More
Applications for a City Commission of Arkansas City vacancy continue to be accepted until noon June 3, when the four remaining commissioners will have a special meeting in the commission room at City Hall, 118 W. Central Ave.,...Read More
City officials have outlined a replacement process for Chad Giles, who resigned May 25 from the City Commission of Arkansas City in a letter emailed to City Manager Nick Hernandez. Giles, who just completed his second...Read More
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