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Whalan discusses trimming trees and dual heat policy


Fri, Oct 9th, 2009
Posted in Government

The Whalan City Council met on Wednesday, October 7, 2009, for its monthly meeting. Present were counsel members: Larry Johnson, Johnny Halverson, Everett Johnson, David Rahn, Margaret Chiglo and Lolly Melander; visitor present was Lanny Landsverk.

The meeting was called to order by Mayor Johnson and a motion was made by Everett Johnson and seconded by David Rahn to approve the agenda with no changes. Motion carried. Margaret Chiglo made a motion to approve the minutes from the September meeting. David Rahn seconded this motion which was carried. Everett Johnson made a motion to approve the treasurer's report; it was seconded by Johnny Halverson. Motion carried.

The next item of business was from Lanny Landsverk regarding the trimming of trees along the electric line from the top of the hill down the bluff. Since this is in the area of the Tri-County substation Lolly will check with Tri-County Electric to see if they are responsible for half the cost of this project. She will also call Dave Norby to take care of trimming the trees on the hillside. This was put in the form of a motion by David Rahn, seconded by Everett Johnson and carried.

In Old Business the matter concerning Allie Culbertson was tabled until next month. Larry gave a brief update on the town hall building. Regarding the dual heat policy, Everett Johnson made a motion to approve the dual heat policy .05 kwh (April through September) and .09 kwh (October through March), which was seconded by Johnny Halverson. Motion carried.

There being no new business, a motion was made by Johnny Halveson and seconded by Everett Johnson to adjourn. Motion carried.

Minutes not approved until next council meeting

What is the future of Potter Auditorium?

Fri, Oct 2nd, 2009
Posted in Government

A joint powers meeting of the Chatfield City Council, Chatfield Public School Board, and the Chatfield Economic Development Authority (EDA) was held to keep all informed as to the findings and recommendations of the steering committee. The steering ..... 
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What is the future of Potter Auditorium?

Fri, Oct 2nd, 2009
Posted in Government

A joint powers meeting of the Chatfield City Council, Chatfield Public School Board, and the Chatfield Economic Development Authority (EDA) was held to keep all informed as to the findings and recommendations of the steering committee. The steering ..... 
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Hilltop Estates, second additional approval

Fri, Oct 2nd, 2009
Posted in Government

By Karen Reisner

The Chatfield City Council unanimously gave their approval to the development agreement and the final plat for the Hilltop Estates, Second Addition at their September 28 meeting. The public hearing had been continued from the ..... 
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Minnesota Mayors unite to express concern regarding LGA

Fri, Oct 2nd, 2009
Posted in Government

St.Paul, MN-Saying that the next governor will determine the fate of cities across the state, mayors announced at a State Capitol press conference that they are turning their attention to the 2010 governor's race and will be traveling the state to c ..... 
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Fillmore County Sheriff's office joins Crime Stoppers of MN

Fri, Oct 2nd, 2009
Posted in Government

Fillmore County Sheriff Daryl Jensen has announced that the sheriff's office has joined with Crime Stoppers of Minnesota to increase ways that citizens can pass on anonymous tips about crimes.

In addition to remaining anonymous, persons pro ..... 
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Spring Valley budget and levy

Fri, Oct 2nd, 2009
Posted in Government

The Spring Valley City Council has passed a resolution setting the preliminary budget and levy for 2010. At the meeting Monday night, the Council set the preliminary levy at $880,344. City Administrator Deb Zimmer said that, "There will be no salary ..... 
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Rushford approves expansion of Fire Department storage facilities

Fri, Oct 2nd, 2009
Posted in Government

Resolution 2009-068 has officially awarded the "2009 Municipal Improvement Project" to Winona Excavating Company At the Monday, September 28th, city council meeting, both Otomo Engineering Services and BDM Consulting Engineers recommended the firm a ..... 
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Fountain Wastewater Plant Progressing

Fri, Oct 2nd, 2009
Posted in Government

Dave Morrill of McGhie and Betts, Inc. updated the Fountain City Council on the construction progress at the council's October 1 meeting. He reported that there was a meeting with the plant operators at Chatfield along with Chatfield City Clerk Joel ..... 
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