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Milan artifact found a new home

Milan artifact found a new home

By Joyce Ervin A treasured Milan artifact found a new home near the entrance to the city’s historical 1800s Old Fire Barn. On June 9, 1911, the city installed a porcelain/ceramic drinking fountain on the NE corner of Main Street (Main and Tolan) in downtown Milan. It cost $14.50 including labor and installation. During a […]

Improvements ease parking and walkability

Improvements ease  parking and walkability

By Joyce Ervin Some changes to Milan’s downtown have taken place for the better recently with more paved parking and paving of the Tolan Street alleyway. Mayor Michael Armitage said that the City Council decided to purchase parking spaces behind the NE block of downtown to increase the amount of public parking and improve traffic […]

City council highlights from September

By Milan Eagle Media The Milan City Council authorized $20,000 for marketing and promotion through New Moon Visions of Milford. Kim Rivera, owner of New Moon, came to a council meeting in September to explain the program. The package includes a year of radio, internet, and billboard publicity. The city has $20,000 budgeted for marketing […]

Tolan Square benefits community

Tolan Square benefits community

By Joyce Ervin   A survey evaluating the benefits and risks associated with a permanent town square conducted by Big Buck Research & Analytics, a national market research and analytics firm, was presented to City Council at the June 27 meeting. Tolan Square, now located in downtown Milan created by closing off a public street, […]

February Milan City Council Highlights

The former lumber yard on West Main Street, near the railroad tracks, has been rezoned. Currently the property is owned by Mold Pro. The owner is using some buildings alongside the railroad tracks, but has renovated the large brown building for rental space. The old zoning was Light Industrial, because it was a lumber yard. […]

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