In the April 2, 2013 Election, Frank Strohl was elected Mayor of Cunningham. Eric Meyers and Landon Oldham were elected to four-year terms on the City Council.
The Spring Edition of the Cunningham Garage Sale Day is April 20, 2013. Maps will be available at the Christian Church on sale day, plus Breakfast will be served beginning at 6:30 a.m. Garage Sales start at 8:00 a.m.
Spring Clean-Up Week in Cunningham is April 22-29. A Nisly Brothers 30 cu. yard dumpster will be located just west of the Fire Station at 109 W. Second St. The dumpster is for bulky items – NO Tires – NO Refridgerators – NO Oil or Grease, Paint, or any Household Hazardous Waste. Tree Limbs or Brush should be left curbside near the street or alley near your home. Contact City Hall, 298-3077, to arrange pickup of brush and limbs to be taken to the city burnsite southeast of town. Metal objects, including refridgerators and other appliances, will be accepted near the dumpster west of the fire station. Contact City Hall, 298-3077 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The 2013 Consumer Confidence Report for the City of Cunningham (the annual drinking water quality report) is in the mail to all city water customers. Copies of the report are also available at the Cunningham Public Library, Community Center, and City Hall. The 2013 report covers the 2012 calendar year and provides a snapshot of the quality of water the City provided last year. Included in the report are details about where the city’s water comes from, what it contains, and how it compares to EPA and state standards. The bottom line is that the water that is provided to city customers is safe.
The City wants consumers to be informed about efforts that are made continually to improve the water system. To learn more, attend any of the regularly scheduled City Council meetings. The meetings are held at City Hall, 119 N. Main in Cunningham, on the last Monday of the month at 6:30 p.m. For more information, contact David Steffen, (620) 298-3077.