Starkville aldermen interviewed two candidates for the city’s vacant Community Development Director position on Tuesday.
The Starkville Police Department Tuesday took its first step in rebuilding its force following the loss of seven officers this year.
The first public hearing of Starkville’s proposed 2012 budget didn’t include much input from citizens, though two aldermen criticized the lack of allocations for capital investments.
The Starkville Electric Department is shuffling its staff, with a goal of improving customer service and efficiency.
Starkville’s Transportation Committee and Commission on Disability have collaborated to identify $159,000 in improvements to enhance accessibility for all citizens.
Starkville is a small step closer to the “Bullyvard.” As a consent agenda item, the Starkville Board of Aldermen agreed Tuesday to seek a $400,000 U.S. Department of Transportation grant to be spent on conceptual planning for renovating Highway 12 around the intersection of Russell Street.
Two aldermen again took aim at the Starkville School Board Tuesday night.
The evolution of Starkville’s sidewalk ordinance was revealed Tuesday, but the debate will go on.
During a public hearing during the Starkville Board of Aldermen’s first March meeting, Ward 5 Alderman Jeremiah Dumas laid out a number of proposed changes and variance contingencies which would excuse developers from installing sidewalks in front of new buildings.
A longtime educator was appointed to the Starkville School District board of trustees Tuesday night.
The Starkville Board of Aldermen Tuesday is scheduled to interview four candidates for a seat on the Starkville School District’s board of trustees.