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Mayor to propose limitations on number of alternative financial institutions
Proposed zoning limitations target non-chartered financial institutions (non-banks) offering services such as payday advance loans, check cashing, currency exchange and auto title loans as their primary business. 4/23/15-News Release
Mayor appoints Ward Realignment Advisory Task Force
Mayor Rick Graham on Tues., April 21, announced the creation of a Spring Hill Ward Realignment Advisory Task Force to begin the lengthy realignment process to achieve population balance in each alderman ward. The task force will consist of Nanci Gregg Read on...
Mayor announces post-election committee appointments
After much consideration and counsel, Mayor Rick Graham on Thursday, April 16, announced changes to six City of Spring Hill committees, some of which hinged on the outcome of the April 9 election. 4/16/15-News Release
Musician registration open for Pickin' in the Park monthly music event
The 3rd annual Spring Hill Pickin’ in the Park monthly music event kicks off May 16 at Harvey Park with an exciting lineup. Organizers have booked the first 2 events and are encouraging local musicians to sign up for other sessions through Oct. 10. 4/14/15-News Release
Important information about utility billing payment site
Due to the City of Spring Hill's conversion to new utility billing software, the City has experienced a number of challenges and changes in regard to online bill payments. Read on...
Major Thoroughfare Plan Public Hearing
Please join us at 5:30 p.m. Monday, April 13, at City Hall for a chance to comment on the newly updated Major Thoroughfare Plan, outlining the city's long-term plans for the major roadways throughout Spring Hill. Meeting Agenda
3 incumbents, 1 newcomer chosen to fill alderman seats in April 9 election
Aldermen Chad Whittenburg, Ward 1, and Bruce Hull, Ward 4, were re-elected with no opposition. Wards 2 & 3 were contested races. Newcomer Matt Fitterer was elected to the Ward 2 seat, while incumbent Alderman Susan R.S. Zemek held onto the Ward 3 seat. Read on...
Don't forget to vote April 9
The City of Spring Hill Municipal Election is Thursday, April 9, when voters will cast a ballot for aldermen candidates in four wards. Here's everything you need to know about Election Day.
Alderman Eliot Mitchell honored, departs board with 12 years of service
Mayor Rick Graham honored long-time Alderman Eliot Mitchell with a plaque, a cake and kind words Monday at Mr. Mitchell's final board meeting as he did not seek re-election. His successor will be the winner of the April 9 Ward 2 election. Photo
We want to hear from you Thur., March 26, at the Comprehensive Plan Visioning Workshop
We're updating our city's Comprehensive Plan, outlining the community's goals for 2035. The Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee will host this meeting to present the results of a recent community survey. Please come out and share your thoughts with us. Meeting flier
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