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The navy and gold seniors aren't the only ones hanging things up at Penn.
This week the Mahaska County Supervisors passed a motion 2-to-1 to appoint outside attorney Daniel J. Gonnerman to handle all legal regional airport matters.
This week the former Director of the Stephen Memorial Animal Shelter, Lindsey Sime resigned. The resignation comes a week-and-half after a guilty plea had been reached.
The spring session of the Leaders Speak Series hosted by William Penn's Digital Communication Department recently started back up.
Sanitary and sewer rates are increasing in Oskaloosa starting in April.
The last guest speaker for the 2016-2017 Leaders Speak Series will be presenting on Tuesday, April 11th at 6 p.m. in the Musco Technology Center on William Penn's campus.
Mahaska County's request to drop out of the regional airport 28E agreement was denied again this week. Oskaloosa's City Council unanimously voted against allowing Mahaska County to leave the agreement that includes Oskaloosa, Pella and Mahaska.
The Oskaloosa High School's robotics team is back to its old tricks. The team, best known as the Sock Monkeys, once again qualified for state earlier this month.
Both the William Penn men and women earned road wins over ranked conference foes this week.
The City of Oskaloosa is ready to get going on the Facade Improvement Project. The project aims at improving the facade and exterior of downtown buildings.
Oskaloosa's mayor is slated to receive a pay increase starting next January.
Oskaloosa will soon have a rental housing inspection program. This week, the Osky City Council passed a resolution on a 5-2 vote to implement the program.
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The agreement to build a regional airport for Pella, Oskaloosa and Mahaska County will remain intact. But the county is still seeking outside legal counsel.
The city held its annual budget retreat last month. The retreat looks at the budget for the year and runs down contributions and different projects that the city plans to accomplish.