Following disruptive and threatening behavior at a March 7 Three Rivers City Commission meeting, a majority vote on March 21 could pass a resolution of censure to condemn the behavior and lay out expectations for how At-Large Commissioner Lucas Allen should conduct himself in the future.
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At-Large Commissioner Lucas Allen’s outbursts and expletive-laden threats lodged at Mayor Tom Lowry during Tuesday’s Three Rivers City Commission meeting were allegedly a continuation of erratic behavior Allen displayed over the weekend.
Twin County Probation Center gives clients tools to rebuild their lives, what clients do with those tools is up to them
Twin County Community Probation Center (TCCPC) has been a fixture in Three Rivers for decades, though most citizens do not know the extent of the work being done there to educate, support, and rehabilitate its residents.
Three Rivers High School students studying Applied Physics are conducting a large scale study of the town’s water quality. Led by teacher Joe Graber, the class will be using commercially available water testing kits. The students are asking for the public to obtain water samples from their homes to aid in the database they are building with collected results.
The Three Rivers City Commission Tuesday adopted a resolution that will give residents 30 days to pay utility bills before penalties are applied. Commissioners also received an update on the demolition of the former Three Rivers hospital, and made a decision concerning the future home of Peaceful Rivers.
With a growing number of vacancies across most city boards, the Three Rivers City Commission Tuesday discussed a variety of options to encourage more involvement from the community.
The Three Rivers City Commission voted unanimously Tuesday to schedule a public hearing and first reading of a proposed city ordinance amendment that would give citizens more time to pay their water bills before late fee penalties are applied.
The City of Three Rivers recently welcomed T.J. Reed as its newly appointed city attorney following the retirement of J. Patrick O’Malley. A Centerville resident but already-familiar face to the town, Reed’s extensive experience in municipal law should benefit Three Rivers as he begins his new role.
An American Rescue Plan grant combined with Junior Lien bonds will provide the city with a total of $8,430,000 for pump station improvements.
Friends, family, and colleagues of Three Rivers City Attorney J. Patrick O’Malley gathered Tuesday to celebrate the 48 years he’s spent faithfully serving the city.
The Three Rivers City Commission will hold its regularly scheduled meeting tonight at the Three Rivers Area Chamber of Commerce building (1116 N. Main St.). Here’s a look at what’s on the docket.
City Attorney J. Patrick O’Malley will be honored at a reception prior to the Three Rivers City Commission meeting Tuesday, both of which will take place at the Three Rivers Area Chamber of Commerce building (1116 N. Main St.)
Attorney T.J. Reed will succeed longtime Three Rivers City Attorney J. Patrick O’Malley upon O’Malley’s retirement at year’s end. Reed, currently serving as assistant city attorney, was named O’Malley’s successor by the Three Rivers City Commission Tuesday.
Watershed Voice sent out questionnaires to local candidates running for Three Rivers City Commission, St. Joseph County Commission, Three Rivers Board of Education, and Glen Oaks Community College Board of Trustees. In the days leading up to the election on Tuesday, November 8, Watershed will publish the questionnaires in the order they are received. Danielle Moreland, who is running as a write-in candidate for Three Rivers At-Large City Commissioner, filled out WSV’s questionnaire. Here are her answers.
The City of Three Rivers still has grant funds for approximately two roof replacements. District 2 homeowners must apply by Thursday.
Assistant City Attorney John Barnes is expected to be honored by the Three Rivers City Commission during its regular meeting tonight.
The cause of Three Rivers’ discolored water remains murky but it’s safe to drink, according to DPS Director
Watershed Voice reached out to Three Rivers Public Services Director Amy Roth regarding citizen concerns over the city’s drinking water, and what’s being done to address the issue.
Watershed Voice’s Deborah Haak-Frost recently spoke with Three Rivers Park Manager/Zookeeper Britney Wendzel about her role with the City of Three Rivers, Wendzel’s take on Three Rivers’ new Parks and Recreation Master Plan, climate change, and her hopes for the city’s parks, zoo, and other recreational areas.