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Union mulling candidates for new city building architect

The City of Union has taken the first step toward selecting an architectural firm for its new city building. Brandstetter Carroll Inc. and Summit...

Union approves bid for 22-acre greenspace design plan

Planning, urban design and landscape architecture firm MKSK is taking the lead in developing the new Union Town Center greenspace park area.  The city commission...

Union details varied public works projects 

Street repaving, storm sewer replacement and a cemetery refresh are among the public works projects the City of Union has on its to-do list....

Union begins search for engineering services provider

The City of Union is proceeding with efforts to choose a new engineering services provider.  The action comes on the heels of the city commission...

Union terminates contract with city engineer: ‘We made it perfectly clear’

After 19 years as the City of Union’s engineer, Barry Burke’s contract was terminated earlier this month.  Commissioners agreed on the termination on Sept. 6,...

Union announces second annual photo contest

The city of Union is hosting a photo contest to see who can capture the city’s small town charm.

Union breaks ground on 61-acre commercial, residential development

UNION, Ky. – The City of Union celebrated the groundbreaking of the Union Promenade on Friday, marking the official start of the 61-acre commercial...

Want to speak up? Here’s a list of upcoming government meetings in Boone Co.

Boone County Judge/Executive Gary Moore recently renewed his call to get residents more involved in public meetings, so here is a list of scheduled government meetings the public can attend.

Union announces plans for new city building, town center

Union Mayor Larry Solomon announced that 22 acres have been purchased for a new city building, park, retail and residential space.

Union commissioners, mayor agree on $100 monthly pay raise

Mayor Larry Solomon brought before the commissioners a proposal to increase the city’s pay scale for elected officials. He said it was a pressing need to decide whether they would change the ordinance, given the deadline to do so is in two weeks. 

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