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Sterling Journal-Advocate
Public gives input Overland Trail Expansion project for South Platte river bottomarea to use for taking stand-up paddle boards and kayaks down the river. At th
Sterling Journal-Advocate / Posted 6 hours ago
area to use for taking stand-up paddle boards and kayaks down the river. At the close of the public meeting, City Manager Don Saling thanked the city council for allowing the purchase of the trail property and the PLR Department for all their... Read more
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Sterling Journal-Advocate
Candidates make introductions at election forumexpressed their concerns about how the mill levy will affect local farmers and
Sterling Journal-Advocate / Posted yesterday
expressed their concerns about how the mill levy will affect local farmers and people on fixed incomes. City Manager Don Saling spoke about Ballot Question 2B, which if approved in the November election would amend the city charter and... Read more
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Sterling Journal-Advocate
City of Sterling weighs in on Colorado Lottery renewalover a half million dollars to the city for conservation and recreation sites,
Sterling Journal-Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
over a half million dollars to the city for conservation and recreation sites, such as playground structures. City Manager Don Saling said Thursday that it's unclear what would happen if the legislature fails to reauthorize the lottery division,... Read more
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Sterling Journal-Advocate
City of Sterling eyes purchase of Brad Rhea marble sculpturesign within the next couple of years, but, Sellers said, "We can't let it look
Sterling Journal-Advocate / Posted 8 days ago
sign within the next couple of years, but, Sellers said, "We can't let it look like that for a year or two." City Manager Don Saling noted that there have been concerns raised about the visibility of the sign, and some discussion about... Read more
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Sterling Journal-Advocate
Sterling's sales, lodging tax revenues back on trackSterling City Manager Don Saling shared some good news with the Sterling City C
Sterling Journal-Advocate / Posted 9 days ago
Sterling City Manager Don Saling shared some good news with the Sterling City Council Tuesday night. During his report, Saling told the council that a sales tax audit helped the city recover $72,600 in sales taxes last month, money they wouldn't... Read more
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Sterling Journal-Advocate
Water, sewer rate study moves forwardof Sterling includes a flat $5 increase on monthly water and sewer bills for 3/
Sterling Journal-Advocate / Posted 22 days ago
of Sterling includes a flat $5 increase on monthly water and sewer bills for 3/4-inch equivalent taps. But City Manager Don Saling explained that the second consecutive year of rate hikes are merely a stepping stone to higher rates. The increase... Read more
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Sterling Journal-Advocate
City of Sterling workers to see 3 percent pay hikeby the Sterling City Council Tuesday night. As part of the public hearing on t
Sterling Journal-Advocate / Posted 23 days ago
by the Sterling City Council Tuesday night. As part of the public hearing on the 2018 proposed budget, City Manager Don Saling noted that the projected 5 percent increase for health insurance has actually come in at only a 1 percent... Read more
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Sterling Journal-Advocate
Joint talks supportive of studygrant. The council advised him to research whether those funds could be used fo
Sterling Journal-Advocate / Posted 25 days ago
grant. The council advised him to research whether those funds could be used for the needs assessment, but City Manager Don Saling also said that the council has "a lot of discretion" and the budget includes funding for city council projects.... Read more
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Sterling Journal-Advocate
Landfill issue could impact fall cleanupSterling City Manager Don Saling told the Sterling City Council at their Sept.
Sterling Journal-Advocate / Posted a month ago
Sterling City Manager Don Saling told the Sterling City Council at their Sept. 12 meeting that the city-wide Fall Cleanup in October will be impacted by an issue at the Logan County Landfill. The landfill's scale is scheduled for replacement in... Read more
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Sterling Journal-Advocate
City of Sterling proposes $13M budget for 2018Sterling City Manager Don Saling presented the Sterling City Council Tuesday wi
Sterling Journal-Advocate / Posted 1 months ago
Sterling City Manager Don Saling presented the Sterling City Council Tuesday with a 2018 budget proposal he called "conservative" and "status quo." But, Saling admitted, the proposed budget calls for some "creative" use of funds to accomplish some... Read more

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