Mount Carmel's animal shelter was shut down in April due to being dilapidated and unsafe.
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Several new expenditures were added to Mount Carmel’s proposed 2021-22 fiscal year budget last week, resulting in what started as an $89,000 surplus being whittled down to zero.
The proposed 2021-22 Mount Carmel budget has $40,000 set aside for improvements at the City Park, which could include new playground equipment, better lights and a new disc golf course.
Mount Carmel residents have been asked to attend a public hearing on May 20 to offer opinion on the city's animal control program.
Mount Carmel’s animal shelter remains closed, but the Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted unanimously Thursday to schedule a May 20 public hearing to find out what city residents think about the subject.
MOUNT CARMEL — Mayor Pat Stilwell apologized to the citizens of Mount Carmel on Thursday evening for an incident that occurred during an April…
A Mount Carmel Board of Mayor and Aldermen discussion about the city’s animal shelter deteriorated into a shouting match after an alderman accused the mayor of “hating” the animal control officer.
MOUNT CARMEL — With only one dissenting vote, the Board of Mayor and Aldermen agreed Thursday to pay the Senior Center its monthly municipal c…
The city contribution has been withheld since last March, when the Senior Center shut down due to COVID-19.
Some Mount Carmel aldermen are hoping that the six month severance package approved last week for city manager Mike Housewright will bring an end to the regular attempts by other board members to fire him.