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IOWA CITY -- Work has started on the installation of sanitary sewer and water service lines to a building on N Linn Street between Market Street and Bloomington Street. This work is expected to cause the following traffic pattern changes:
- Monday, April 23rd – lanes of traffic will be shifted, two way traffic will be maintained
- Tuesday, April 24th and Wednesday, April 25th – closed to traffic
- Thursday, April 26th - reduced to one lane of alternating traffic
It is anticipated that normal traffic will resume by the end of the day on Thursday, April 26th.
Motorists are to take note of this work and to seek an alternate route during this time period. As always, caution should be exercised when driving through all construction areas.
For updated information on road construction in Iowa City, www.icgov.org/travelalerts.
Take a look at all that Iowa City Parks and Recreation can offer you and your family this season. The Summer Activity Guide is now available online and in hardcopy at several City locations:
- Robert A. Lee Community Recreation Center, 220 South Gilbert Street
- Mercer Aquatic Center/Scanlon Gymnasium, 2701 Bradford Drive
- Iowa City Public Library, 123 South Linn Street
- Iowa City City Hall, 410 E. Washington Street.
Online and in-person registration will open at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, April 25, 2018.
To register online, either set up your new ActiveNet account or to log into your existing account. You will be able to sign up and pay for classes online through the ActiveNet system.
For more information, visit our website.
Iowa City Update is a weekly video featuring City of Iowa City projects, programs and events. Topics this week include hydrant flushing, a drug take back event and more. Click the image below to watch Iowa City Update.
Learn about this important maintenance process and how it impacts you.
Don’t miss your chance to safely dispose of expired, unused and unwanted medications during this collection event.
Watch this recording of a panel-led community conversation on hate crimes and their impact on our community.
Get the details on this fun opportunity to sit down with officers to discuss community issues in a casual setting.
Help support the Senior Center while getting an art lesson during this fun-filled event.
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Several local public safety agencies will undergo training from 8 a.m. to noon on Thursday, April 26, 2018, at Terry Trueblood Recreation Area, 579 McCollister Blvd.
As part of the exercise, teams will conduct searches throughout the Sand Lake area. The recreation area and the lake will remain open to the public, but community members will notice public safety personal, equipment and vehicles on site.
Participating organizations include the Iowa City and Coralville Fire Departments, in addition to local law enforcement. For more information, contact Iowa City Fire Department Battalion Chief Zach Hickman at 319-356-5255 or email@example.com.
Today's weather forecast and a four day outlook. Check this page for the latest weather reports in the corridor area. Up-to-date weather conditions for the Iowa City area are observed at the Iowa City, Iowa City Municipal Airport, IA. For weather conditions specific to other cities outside the corridor area, just type in your zip code below.
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Memphis-based Intermodal Cartage Company has announced a 30% pay raise for its drivers to proactively reach out to more prospective employees at the drayage carrier.
IMC is the latest carrier to offer a substantial pay raise in the past few months in an effort to attract new drivers and retain experienced drivers. With high demand to move freight and an ongoing driver shortage, trucking companies are actively making moves to be more competitive employers.
Current driver shortage estimates find that as many as 90,000 drivers are needed nationwide, and hundreds of thousands will be needed in the coming decades in order to meet rising demand.
DENVER -- First it was late March, Miami humidity. Two starts later, it was a balk. Then came Saturday, at Coors Field, when Chicago Cubs hurler Yu Darvish walked the opposing pitcher in the bottom of the fifth inning.
Like those previous outings, Darvish fell apart the moment adversity hit. A 2-0 Cubs lead turned into a 5-2 deficit -- and the final score of the game.
Celebrate Shakespeare's birthday with a free screening of the Oscar award winning movie Shakespeare in Love.… Read on
|Date||April 24, 2018|
|Time||6:00 PM - 8:00 PM|
|Location||Coralville Public Library
1401 5th St.
Coralville, IA 52241
|Cost||Free and open to the public|
We focus a lot here at Florida Grower magazine on sharing information to help you grow a good, quality crop. But it’s good to also take a step back and look at all of the many variables that can impact the profitability of your farming operation.
I was reminded of that recently while riding with a grower who lamented the rising costs of transportation to get his produce distributed to the retailers he serves and how pending regulations would make those costs go higher. That U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) regulation — the electronic logging device (ELD) mandate — is looming, and it has the specialty crop industry particularly concerned about its implications and financial impacts.
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I really didn't expect it to be this good, tossing the butter/Bronco Berry sauce mixture with the freshly popped corn... and you get a sweet element with just a hint of kick, it's a repeat thing to do it's that good!
The sad thing is, I don't have anymore Bronco Berry Sauce on hand.... Go to Arby's I must..... Although here's a cheat:
Spend Wisely My Friends.....