Government

Residents have wanted paving for 15 years The Corcoran City Council, Thursday, Aug. 14, debated the issue of how to pay for the paving of 38 miles of gravel roads in the city, while a number of residents in the audience waited to hear what would happen with three streets in particular — Treeline and [...]

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Filing by candidates for the November general election ended Tuesday, Aug. 12. The general election will be Tuesday, Nov. 4. Residents will be able to vote for their city election, as well as other state and federal government elections between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. The following candidates filed by the Tuesday deadline. They had [...]

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BY ALYSSA KREKELBERG SUN PRESS Newspapers The Rockford City Council met to discuss the updates to the Rockford City Center Mall concerning the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) units within, spoke about the opportunity to provide the residents of Rockford with a cheaper deducted meter, and made a decision concerning the levee grading on [...]

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Council hears more public comments about Sargent The Maple Grove City Council heard about the winning bid for the future Hwy. 610 project during its Monday, Aug. 18, meeting. The council also heard several members of the public speak during the open forum regarding councilor Leann Sargent. Here are some of the highlights from the [...]

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Work on the addition to Osseo City Hall to make way for the Osseo Police Department is underway on Thursday, Aug. 14. Workers fill in concrete walls and footings for the new addition to the existing building. Construction of the addition is expected to be completed by the end of the year. (Sun staff photo [...]

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By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers   On Aug. 11 the Dayton City Council approved the issuance of $9.6 million refunding bonds and pledged an additional $6.5 million in cash from prepaid special assessments to refund the 2006 and 2007 improvement bonds, and in the process saved $11.8 million. “This is very good news, because [...]

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Council to review permit in one year  Greenfield City Councilors, Wednesday, Aug. 6, dove into a number of water issues, including a proposed storm water pond at Rockford High School, wet insulation at Greenfield City Hall and drainage from Lake Sarah. The city council also took up other business. Here are some highlights from the [...]

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Old city water tower to come down  Verizon Wireless is proposing a change in the landscape in the vicinity of Pinto Drive and Highway 55 in Medina in the form of a 150 foot tall monopole for locating telecommunications equipment. The Medina City Council, Wednesday, Aug. 6, reviewed Verizon’s request for a conditional use permit [...]

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