Keokuk City Council

The Keokuk City Council is softening its stance against allowing alcohol in one of its largest parks.

Keokuk residents are on track to pay more for some essential services on July 1.

The idea of hiring a city administrator in Keokuk appears to be picking up steam.

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Lee County has changed its mind about giving money to Keokuk Area Hospital.

Keokuk will take its time when it comes to possibly implementing a franchise fee.

The Lee County Board of Supervisors has denied a request from Keokuk Area Hospital for a $100,000 contribution on a 3-2 vote.

Keokuk Mayor Tom Marion sees 2014 as a year of progress.

The Keokuk City Council is trying to clear the way for a small business to relocate.

Keokuk is trying to find ways that it can better open the lines of communication between the city and its residents.

It appears Tom Marion's current term as mayor of Keokuk will be his final one.

The multi-million dollar reconstruction of Keokuk's Grand Avenue will be completed months later than the city and its residents anticipated.

Plans to honor local musicians have taken a big step forward as a site in Keokuk has been selected.

Questions have surfaced about the number of employees in the Keokuk Police Department, but no answers were available during the city council's most recent meeting.

It could soon cost Keokuk residents more money to have their garbage picked up by the city.

The Keokuk City Council does not want to drop a lawsuit filed in March 2011 over the condition of a former church.

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