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Ordinance revisions allowing ATVs, golf carts on city streets move to council
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Ordinance revisions allowing ATVs, golf carts on city streets move to council

The Spencer City Council is expected to discuss and could vote on at its next meeting two revised ordinances that, if approved in three filings, would allow ATVs and golf carts to be driven on city streets. The Public Safety Committee forwarded the ordinances to the council – both with recommendations that they be approved....

COVID-19: Updates from city, state, federal and public health officials
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COVID-19: Updates from city, state, federal and public health officials

Here are the latest updates from local, state and federal government officials about the new coronavirus and COVID-19 disease outbreak. As of April 10, the Iowa Department of Public Health has reported two confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Clay County. There have been 1,388 confirmed cases in Iowa and 31 deaths. Read Spencer area business...

Council forgives $71,000 in loan to Spencer Youth Baseball and Softball Association for Pedersen Park lighting project
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Council forgives $71,000 in loan to Spencer Youth Baseball and Softball Association for Pedersen Park lighting project

The Spencer City Council voted Monday to release the Spencer Youth Baseball and Softball Association from future financial obligations regarding the Pedersen Park lighting project. The project was finished in 2018. The city and the association (SYBSA) had an informal agreement that city would fund the project and be reimbursed by the SYBSA. Council members...

Officials: Social distancing key to preventing spread of COVID-19, not overwhelming health care system
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Officials: Social distancing key to preventing spread of COVID-19, not overwhelming health care system

Spencer city and health officials believe social distancing measures being taken now are key to preventing the spread of COVID-19 and not overwhelming the local health care system. Officials shared information on social distancing and more during a Facebook Live video Tuesday. The distancing measures are necessary, they said, to prevent the local COVID-19 situation...

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