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Hastings Utilities Continues to Monitor COVID-19 Impact

Hastings Utilities is continuing to monitor the impact COVID-19 is having on the community, which may affect customers’ ability to pay utility bills in a timely manner. On March 18, Hastings Utilities announced the suspension of utility shutoffs and door postings through April 30. As that date approaches, the department will evaluate the situation…

April 27 City Council Meeting to be Held via Videoconference

The Hastings City Council will meet for its regularly-scheduled meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, April 27, via videoconference. On March 17, Governor Pete Ricketts issued an executive order to permit state and local governmental boards, commissions, and other public bodies to meet by videoconference, teleconference, or other electronic means through…

COVID-19 Video Press Conference Set for April 24

Mayor Corey Stutte, along with health and emergency experts in the community, will host a video conference call for media at 10 a.m. Friday, April 24. The conference will be live streamed to the public on the City of Hastings website. Participants will include the following: ·         Corey Stutte, City of Hastings ·         Michele Bever, South…

Library Adds Book Bins for Hastings Readers

The Hastings Public Library is working to get books into the hands of readers while the library’s doors remain closed to the public. Library staff members recently filled two newspaper bins with books for Hastings residents to take home at no cost. The bins are located in the alley near the library at 314 N Denver Ave. The books were donated by community…

Fisher Fountain Starts Up Early

The City of Hastings is working to spread a little joy while avoiding the spread of COVID-19. The Jacob Fisher Rainbow Fountain is up and running early this year in front of the Hastings Utilities main offices at 1228 N Denver Ave. to give Hastings residents a morale boost during these difficult times. Fisher Fountain was originally meant to be a…