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Falls City Council approves requests
06/10/2022

(KLZA)-- Falls City Council members approved a number of requests when they met Monday evening.

Requests for the 2022 Cobblestone Festival in August and Lemonade Days in July by the Falls City Chamber of Commerce and Main Street were approved.

A request to install a metal building on an existing concrete slab on vacant lots at 1612 Fulton Street from Ron Kelley was approved.

Following public hearings on two animal permit requests, the requests were approved for Chip Ebel at 1711 Schoenheit Street for two cows and a permit for Colton and Kylie Vollan at 1701 Schoenheit Street to have two cows, two horses and a mini donkey was approved.

 

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