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City Beat: Council adopts thresholds to phase out COVID-19 rules

Health Department officials say the next level of indicators may be met by mid-April.

Agreement to reimburse developer up to $2.1 million for public improvements in northwest Springfield.

The preliminary funding agreement begins the process of a potential development on the site by West Sunshine Development LLC.

Council unanimously approves nonprofit's rezoning request for $7 million shelter rebuild.

Council is set to vote Jan. 25 on the organization's rezoning request.

Springfield City Council voted unanimously Dec. 14 to extend the masking requirement inside city limits until April 9. The current order was set to expire Jan. 9.

Lake Country Soccer is the second complex in as many months proposing new soccer field developments.

Councilperson pays nearly $3,500 to the city.

Rehabs coming for nearly 300 multifamily units for low- and moderate-income properties.

Council also sets up a November vote regarding a redevelopment plan near a so-called pocket neighborhood on East Cherry Street.

With local coronavirus cases continuing to grow, Springfield City Council on Oct. 5 voted unanimously to extend the city’s masking mandate through early 2021.

Approval makes way for Treadway mixed-use development.

Elevation Development Co. makes changes to its mixed-use project plans.

Springfield City Council is scheduled to vote in September.

Council also approves two advisory teams for the Forward SGF comprehensive planning process.

Springfield City Council on July 27 unanimously approved a 180-day administrative delay of demolition, new construction, replatting and rezoning along the Grant Avenue Parkway.

Beginning July 16, face coverings are now required in public spaces in Springfield.

Springfield-Greene County Health Department Director Clay Goddard is preparing a face mask mandate for council review.

Members also set distribution of coronavirus relief funds for housing and businesses.

Restaurant owners were given approval to use parking lots and sidewalks for business operations.

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