The city of Keokuk will help a local organization working to improve the appearance of the downtown district.
Keokuk is moving ahead with a multi-million dollar sewer project.
A new computer program could help Keokuk track some expensive infrastructure.
Keokuk wants to finish some sewer work within the next few weeks.
It appears Keokuk is ready to move ahead with a large-scale street reconstruction project.
Several years ago, the city borrowed about $3-million to rebuild Grand Avenue, from 4th Street to Rand Park.
The bids came in much higher than that, though, so the city had to repay the loan, with interest, and put the project on the shelf.
Talk of rebuilding Grand Avenue has resurfaced in recent weeks, culminating in last night’s Keokuk City Council workshop.