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SUPERIOR CITY COUNCIL

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Councilors were not inclined to appoint someone to fill the 3rd District vacancy prior to the April 4 election.
The city anticipates saving $100,000 on workers' compensation next year, but it will add to software expenses for the next three years.
Reorganizing the city's engineering staff would save money, pay better and create opportunities for student interns, officials said.
City Council President Jenny Van Sickle proposed the pilot project to spruce up neighborhoods identified as needing improvement in the comprehensive plan.
The city's Plan Commission approved creating a new tax increment district and dividing parcels, and its Redevelopment Authority declared blight to develop area around North 34th Street and Henry Cohen Drive.
The Northland chapter members urged the Superior City Council to sponsor a resolution to urge the U.S. to eliminate its nuclear arsenal.

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Under the new agreement, the village will pay a flat rate every time the Superior Fire Department responds to a call for service.
Councilor Warren Bender resigned Tuesday, Nov. 15 with an apology and a promise to seek help.
Tourism revenue would provide rebates for filmmakers for lodging and catering in Superior. The measure goes to the city council for approval Nov. 15.

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