Burlington City Council

Burlington has stopped its search for a new home for one of its departments.

Plenty of people want to serve on the Burlington City Council.

It appears the city of Burlington will have to go it alone when it comes to finding a new home for its police department.

The Burlington City Council will have to account for a significant budget shortfall following this week's special election.

Burlington residents must decide whether to help the city's checkbook or their own.

The Greater Burlington Partnership is looking for the city’s help in improving the local housing market.

Burlington is seeking federal help in protecting several downtown properties from flooding.

The Burlington City Council has agreed to lease a vacant building to a local preservation organization.

Burlington residents can have their voices heard about the potential sale of land that has sat vacant for years.

It appears Burlington will have to cut staff and raise taxes to balance the city's budget for the upcoming fiscal year.

Burlington Raising Service Fees

Dec 25, 2012

The Burlington City Council continues to increase fees in anticipation of 2013, with the latest covering Flint Hills Municipal Golf Course and facilities in Crapo, Perkins, Riverfront, and Dankwardt Parks.

Tax Hike Expected in Burlington

Dec 11, 2012

Property owners in Burlington should anticipate a significant increase in the city’s portion of their property tax bills.

Burlington City Council Approves Goals

Nov 26, 2012

The Burlington City Council has signed off on its goals for the next two years.

Jason Parrott’s guest for this week’s program was Don Traman of Burlington.  Traman is the new Chairman of the volunteer organization, Friends of the Burlington Depot.

Burlington Updating Rental Inspections

Nov 23, 2012

The process of updating the rules for Burlington’s rental inspection program appears to be very fluid at this point.

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