Jim Ferneau

The Burlington City Council is trying to reduce what could be a hefty property tax increase next year.

Burlington has finally completed a private management contract for Memorial Auditorium.

The Burlington City Council has cleared the way for the hiring of a firm to manage Memorial Auditorium.

City of Burlington

Questions have begun to surface as to whether the city of Burlington will be able to move ahead with plans to relocate its police department on its own.

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

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.

Burlington is working with a development firm out of Omaha, Nebraska interested in purchasing a piece of land the city has been trying to sell for years.

Burlington’s plan to create a pair of franchise fees has taken another step forward.

Burlington has received some good news and some bad news in regards to its credit rating.

A proposal to help Burlington’s budget could have a negative impact on its neighbors.

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.

New Burlington Fire Chief

Dec 17, 2012

The Burlington City Council has unanimously approved the appointment of Matt Trexel as the city’s new fire chief.

Vote on Burlington Fire Chief

Dec 1, 2012

City Manager Jim Ferneau says Interim Fire Chief Matt Trexel is his choice to lead the Burlington Fire Department.

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