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Mayor James O. Langfelder

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Press Releases:

11/13/15 - Office of Public Works - Monday, November 16th eastbound Iles Avenue will be closed at Arlington Drive to divert traffic away from the intersection of Iles Avenue and Haverford Avenue. In addition, Haverford Avenue will have restricted turn movements at the intersection with Iles Avenue. At the intersection of Iles Avenue and Haverford Avenue a manhole is planned to be reconstructed.
11/09/15 - Office of Public Works - Wednesday, November 11th, 9th Street will be reduced to one lane of travel for both directions between Adams Street and Capitol Avenue. In addition, Monroe Street will be closed to traffic between 9th and the railroad tracks.
11/06/15 - SPRINGFIELD POLICE DEPARTMENT - SPRINGFIELD POLICE WARN CITIZENS OF IRS PHONE SCAM - Springfield Police has received an influx of calls in the upwards of hundreds this week from citizens in the community reporting an attempted phone scam. Citizens have been receiving incoming phone calls from a phone number out of Washington D.C. Once the phone is answered a tape recorded version of the scam is explained, where a female voice indicates the citizen owes money to the IRS and threatens that if they do not pay, they will be sued in federal court and could be held accountable criminally. Other citizens have reported they are receiving phone calls from unknown individuals stating they are with the IRS and that the citizen owes money. Police are urging that if you have an encounter with either of these phone scams or others, hang up and do not disperse any personal or financial information. In addition, it is important to note the IRS will never call and ask for your personal identification or financial information.


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09/29/15 – CWLP Rate Restructuring

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