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Seymour receives feedback on 2020 audit report

May 24, 20213 min read
At its May 10 meeting, the Seymour city council heard from Greg Pitel, on an audit with KerberRose on the city’s 2020 financial status.

Seymour hires Hutchison as administrator

Apr 20, 20212 min read
The City of Seymour has hired Sean Hutchison as its administrator, with the move approved at the common council meeting Monday, April 12.

Seymour renews garbage contract with Harter’s

Apr 5, 20212 min read
The City of Seymour has signed a 10-year agreement with Harter’s to continue with its residential and city garbage collection.
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Two on the ballot for Seymour school board

Mar 26, 20213 min read
SEYMOUR – Two Black Creek residents, Jenny McCollian and Beth Schmalz, are running for an open seat on the Seymour school board April 6.

Seymour moving to trimester schedule

Mar 2, 20212 min read
Three schools in the Seymour school district will be moving to a trimester schedule beginning with the 2021-22 school year.

Seymour defines part-time city administrator role

Feb 16, 20212 min read
At its Monday, Feb. 8, common council meeting, Seymour Mayor Ryan Kraft gave an update on the city’s search for an administrator/clerk.

Seymour takes action on improvement projects

Feb 3, 20213 min read
SEYMOUR – At its Monday, Jan. 25, meeting, the Seymour Common Council passed two resolutions aimed at city improvement projects.
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Seymour school board approves referendum question

Jan 25, 20213 min read
SEYMOUR – Seymour voters will be asked to approve a $6.5 million referendum question for local schools in the April 6 election.
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Seymour looking to add part-time administrator

Jan 19, 20214 min read
The City of Seymour is looking to add a part-time administrator to its staff. Seymour Mayor Ryan Kraft brought the topic forward.
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Signs are favorable for $6.5 million referendum in Seymour

Jan 4, 20213 min read
The Seymour school board reviewed a draft of a referendum question that would ask voters to approve various projects for $6.5 million.
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