These videos highlight innovative concepts, technology and/or collaborations that make City programs and projects remarkable.
A food system is the path that our food travels to us from farm to fork. It includes growing, transporting, marketing and consumption. Local food systems have economic, environmental and social impacts. It encourages sustainable growing practices that creates a natural connection between the farmer and the community. Taking a collaborative approach is a new paradigm for small businesses, institutions, cities and residents.
City Council discussed the Acquisition by Eminent Domain of Additional Property Necessary for the Prospect & College Intersection Improvements Project, the Conveyance of a Permanent Stormwater Easement on City Property at the Gardens on Spring Creek to CSU, the Approval of the West Elizabeth Enhanced Travel Corridor Plan, & the Submission of a Letter by the Mayor to the IRS Urging the Exclusion of Water Conservation Rebates from the Taxable Gross Income of an Individual Under the Federal Income Tax.