Category Archives: Utilities News
The Fulton City Council held it’s second meeting of the month on August 23. Here is the entire broadcast. Enjoy.
The Fulton City Council held it’s second meeting of the month on June 28. Here is the entire broadcast. Enjoy.
The Fulton City Council held it’s second meeting of the month on January 26. Here is the entire broadcast. Enjoy.
While construction on the City of Fulton’s new warehouse complex is not complete, staff has already begun moving out of their former quarters and into the new complex. Here are the latest photos from inside the complex. [View All Photos]
Construction of the City of Fulton’s new Public Facilities continues to progress. Enjoy the latest collection of photographs from the site. [View All Photos]
The City of Fulton, as well as more than 2,000 other community-owned utilities across the United States will be celebrating Public Power Week from October 4 through October 10. Public Power Week celebrates the reliable, affordable electricity the City of Fulton provides to the community. On Wednesday, October 7, the
The Fulton City Council held its second meeting of the month on Tuesday, August 25. Here is the complete broadcast of the event.
Construction continues to progress at the site of the City’s Public Facilities Complex off of Westminster Avenue. Walls have been painted in the Administration Building and work is now progressing on installing the drop ceiling. Meanwhile, forms are being built for concrete pads in front of the Utilities Building and
Each day the City of Fulton’s Public Facilities Complex gets one day closer to completion. In the administration building, a majority of the interior drywall has been hung. Meanwhile, work continues on all of the other buildings, both inside and outside. Here is a photo gallery showing the latest progress.
Much progress is being made at the site of the City’s new Public Facilities Complex despite poor weather having caused delays during the previous months. With the roof now on the Administration Building, work can be done even in severe weather. The brick portion of the facade has been completed on