The following is another press release from the City of Lowell about rising waters along the Grand River.
City Manager Mike Burns addressed media outlets this afternoon, providing the latest information pertaining to the rising waters within city limits. Burns read a prepared statement before taking questions. Currently water continues to rise along […]
We received the following from the city regarding how potential flooding and impact in areas prone to flooding. The above photo was taken today around 11am.
With government offices closed on Monday for President’s Day, Lowell City Council held their second February meeting on Tuesday night this week. During the hour long session, numerous issues were discussed, but roads and trails […]
Residents who endured a summer of overpowering odor in 2016 may be wondering if they are at the end of their biodigester saga. Online auction site, Biddergy.com, has scheduled a March 13 auction to liquidate […]
During the month of January the Lowell Police Department (LPD) responded to 11 medicals and 13 accidents. Other highlights from a busy month are below. The year started off with a response to a bar […]
February may be a short month, but the agenda was long at Monday’s Lowell City Council meeting. The group approved a $1.3 million utility and street project, heard from a teen aviation expert and got […]
During a special Committee of the Whole on Monday night, city council members heard a presentation on the state of city finances and options for raising revenue. Held at 5:30pm in City Hall, the hour-long […]
The following was received from the City of Lowell regarding testing and results on water in the city. The city also indicated the amount of water treated is 589,000 gallons daily and not 589,000 million […]