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After a two-year delay, council approves water/sewer bill increase to help pay for replacing century-old pipes

The average residential customer’s water and sewer bill will go up by about $2.50 a month after the city council unanimously signed off on an increase Tuesday. 

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Council moves ahead on new fire station and allowing a gas station downtown

Vehicle fueling will return to downtown after the city council on Tuesday approved an amendment to the zoning ordinance to allow gas stations in the central business district. 

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Amid public’s interest in Lincoln Homestead, owners plan open house and Juneteenth events

The owners of the Lincoln Homestead will again open the historic house to the public on April 4, after a wave of interest at this month’s Lincoln Day Ceremony forced some of the 700 people who showed up to wait hours to see it — if they could get in at all.

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