Recently the Oskaloosa Housing Trust Fund Committee met with city staff and councilman Joe Caligiuri to discuss possibly funding a new housing needs assessment. The last time Oskaloosa conducted a housing market analysis was in 2012 when graduate students from the University of Iowa led the project.
A local organization is bringing awareness and support to the L.G.B.T.Q community. PFLAG Oskaloosa is a group of Osky residents committed to advancing equality for people of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning community through support, education, and advocacy. The organization was established about a year ago in July and is now holding its first community forum next week.
The Oskaloosa business NoCoast might be getting off to a rocky start. Earlier this week the owner of the Knoxville based Peace Tree Brewing Company, Megan McKay, says she already staked claim to the "No Coast" name.
It's been a little over a year since members of Oskaloosa's American Legion Auxiliary set out to bring a Freedom Rock to Mahaska County. Now, its time to for the community to checkout all the hard work if you haven't already.
The city recently granted the Oskaloosa Downtown Development Group an extension to finish rehabbing the former Swim's building. The structure suffered fire and smoke damage in May of 2015 that was started by an arson fire.
Sticking with housing in Osky, the Oskaloosa Downtown Development Group recently received an extension by the city to finish rehabbing the old Swim's Building. Also known as the McMillen Building. Now, the ODD group has some additional dollars to help complete a portion of the project and more, thanks to a grant from the Oskaloosa Housing Trust Fund Committee.
Mahaska's first and only manufactured craft beer company named NoCoast is only weeks away from hitting shelves. This Wednesday the small but mighty Midwest brewery invited local supporters in for its official kickoff.
The Oskaloosa Water Department might soon start adding fluoride to the community's water. This past week, the water board discussed pursuing a grant that would bring the department's fluoride system up to speed.