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Ad for Grand Opening, Open House and ribbon cutting for the new Coralville park Altmaier Family Park.

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Dan Holderness retired from his position as City of Coralville Engineer after 35 years, the longest tenured employee of the city. He oversaw many of the physical and infrastructure changes that took place during Coralville's growth from a population…

OPENINGS CITIZENS COMMUNITY POLICING REVIEW BOARD  2021 (1).pdf
A call for applicants to serve on a new Citizen's Community Policing Advisory Board that was formed to collaborate with the City of Coralville and the Police Department to promote unbiased policing practices.

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An infographic to illustrate how snowplows move snow along the street and block driveways and sidewalks. citizens are responsible for removing snow from these locations.

Text from Facebook post:
"Why did the plow leave snow in my driveway?" is a…

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A Coralville snowplow clearing streets following a snow storm in December 2020.

Text from Facebook post:
Snow removal update:
-Crews continue to plow today, Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2020. Due to the heavy snowfall rate, crews focused on arterial…

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A public health graphic to encourage Coralville citizens to protect themselves and the community against the spread of COVID-19.

Text from Facebook post:
Every. 👏 Layer. 👏 Helps. 👏
🚫 Avoid crowds.
📏 Social distance.
😷 Wear a face covering.
🧼…

Face Mask 11.13.2020.pdf
CITY of CORALVILLE, IOWA

EMERGENCY PROCLAMATION

WHEREAS, on March 17, 2020, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds issued a Proclamation of Public Health Disaster Emergency and the Iowa Department of Public Health determined that community spread was…

Mask Proclamation11.13.2020.pdf
A proclamation by Coralville Mayer John Lundell, regarding face masks, following an increase in COVID-19 cases in Coralville and the surrounding community.

text reads:
CORALVILLE—Coralville Mayor John A. Lundell today issued a proclamation…

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Building of new play structures and equipment for Kiddie Korral Park in Coralville, Iowa

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Assembling the new play equipment to be installed in Kiddie Korral Park 8th St. and 12th Ave. Coralville

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A community gathering was held on Sunday, June 7 from 2:00 to 3:30 pm in S.T. Morrison Park in Coralville to reflect, heal, and learn how to take action on racial justice issues in Coralville.

PROCLAMATION - COVID-19 Prevention Initiative.pdf
Masks, Face Shield and Social Distancing Requested in Coralville. Mayor John A. Lundell issued a proclamation on July 14, 2020, recognizing the critical importance to protect our community from the spread of COVID-19.

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Citizens are encouraged to take an online assessment to determine risk of exposure to COVID-19. Those who qualify for a test through the online assessment will receive a confirmed time slot for testing and a drive-through testing location.

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City workers sit around a table working. The central focus is on a woman looking down at papers in front of her; a person stands behind her chair to the left. A man to the right of her leans away to someone not pictured, clearly in conversation.…

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Mayor Jim Fausett holds the reins of a team of horses during the annual 4thFest parade through Coralville. American flags and city residents line 8th Street for the celebration (Walch, p. 119).

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New Mayor Jim Fausett and city officials open the beginning of road renovations along Highway 6 (Walch, p. 59). Fausett stands on the right, holding a jackhammer. The city officials, all wearing hard hats, hold up a sign that reads: "CoralVISION…

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The ribbon cutting ceremony of the new GEICO (Government Employee Insurance Company) was attended by Warren Buffet (second to the left), Mayor Jim Fausett, and Governor Terry Branstad (second to the right) (Walch, p. 37). All three men hold onto…

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Mayor Jim Fausett and President George W. Bush shake hands amidst a crowd of people. The United States president visited Coralville, Iowa City, and Cedar Rapids with FEMA representatives and Governor Chet Culver to survey damages caused by the 2008…

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In 2009, Coralville, Iowa City, and North Liberty became one of the six finalists selected to join Iowa's Great Places program. The program, which was put on by the Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs and in its fifth year in 2009, encouraged…

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Cyclist Lance Armstrong stands on a stage with Mayor Jim Fausett and Kirk Ferentz, the University of Iowa Head Footcall Coach. Fausett and Armstrong stand with their backs to the podium and crowd of RAGBRAI cyclists.

Armstrong spoke to the crowd…
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