FREMONT – Fremont’s City Administrator Brian Newton and Bob Flittie covered a wide range of topics this week during the City News Update at noon, from a specialty housing project to severe weather season.
The Fremont City Council will deal with a project called “Fountain Spring Adult Apartments” at Tuesday night’s meeting. An 11-acre property at 29th and Yager Road envisions a 216-unit complex, to be built in three phases for the “senior workforce.” Originally, the properties would have been for those age 55 and over. But, as Newton explains, it now would be for those 50 and above:
In a change of topic, Newton reminded everyone in Fremont that when severe weather warnings are issued and impact the city of Fremont, there will be an automatic warning send to everyone with a land-line phone at home. Those with cell phones need to opt-in to the service manually, as Brian explains:
(To opt-in for these severe weather warnings, CLICK HERE to sign up.)
After the Legislature approved a bill to provide some property tax relief to those who suffered property damage from the flood, a new procedure has been set up to enable affected property owners to file for and claim at least “some” relief, as Brian Newton describes:
There is work going on along Broad Street in Fremont this week to improve the 16th and Broad intersection signals. Brian Newton explains why the work was necessary: