Don Huggard has lived in Midway for 50 years and he’s on the ballot this November hoping to win one of the two open seats on City Council. He spent 20 years on the council from 1992 to 2012. Carolyn Murray has this:
With just 25 days to go before Election Day on November 7th, one of the four candidates running for the two open seats on the Midway City Council, has pulled his name out of the race. Carolyn Murray has this:
The Midway City Council is holding a special meeting on Thursday to decide whether to put an open space bond on November's ballot.
The special meeting is scheduled for Thursday, August 17th at 6pm in the city council chambers. Although the council was scheduled to meet on August 23rd, Mayor Collen Bonner says she'll be gone as well as some of the council members, so if the council wants to put this on this November's ballot, they have to make a decision before the August 25th deadline.
What's the five-year plan for Midway? A recent survey of residents shows they want more open space, more animals and better trails. City leaders are holding a public workshop Tuesday, June 14, from 6pm - 8pm, at town hall to get input on the city's general plan. KPCW's Renai Bodley has more: