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Whalan's Block Well project tabled


Sat, Nov 27th, 2010
Posted in Government

The November meeting of the regular Whalan City Council met with the following present: Larry Johnson, Margaret Chiglo, Everett Johnson, Johnny Halverson, David Rahn and Lolly Melander. Mayor Johnson called the meeting to order and Lolly Melander read the minutes from the previous meeting. David Rahn made a motion to accept the minutes as read and Everett Johnson approved them. Motion carried. Margaret Chiglo made a motion to approve the treasurer's report and Johnny Halverson seconded it. Motion carried.

In old business:

• the General Election was held November 2 from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m.

• update on the Block Well Project: the project started the week of November 1 with some electric expense that will be billed to the city.

In new business:

• New Block Well Project next spring - near the city park. Further discussion was tabled until spring.

Minutes of the November city council meeting will be approved at the December meeting.

R-P forming facilities task force

Sat, Nov 27th, 2010
Posted in Government

Gary Benson and Pat Overom of ICS Consulting, Inc. were present at the Monday, November 22nd, meeting to discuss the development of the Facilities Task Force. ICS was contracted with in October of this year to help the district make positive strides ..... 
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Rushford waits for feasibility study

Sat, Nov 27th, 2010
Posted in Government

A report from Otomo Engineering was presented to the council at the Monday, November 22nd ,council meeting. Reviewing the summary of reports regarding FEMA for street and underground utility improvements resulting from the flood of 2007, the report ..... 
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Spring Valley company seeks EDA Loan

Sat, Nov 27th, 2010
Posted in Government

For the next couple of weeks the Spring Valley City Council will be studying a proposal from the A&F Consulting Group, Inc., seeking a $50,000.00 loan to expand their business of snow removal and landscaping. The group is in the process of purchasin ..... 
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Peterson City Council reviews proposed 2011 budget, employee insurance cuts

Sat, Nov 27th, 2010
Posted in Government

The regular meeting of the Peterson City Council met on November 4, 2010. Chuck Eidenschink, Jan Smaby, Tim Hallum, Bill Grindland, Randy Benson and Lolly Melander were present, along with three guests. Mayor Eidenschink called the meeting to order ..... 
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Governor recount requires added staff time

Sat, Nov 20th, 2010
Posted in Government

Auditor/Treasurer Shirl Boelter requested additional part-time employee hours at the November 9 meeting to deal with the expected automatic recount in the Minnesota governor election. The recount will be automatic due to the closeness of the electio ..... 
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Rushford gains footing in FEMA funding

Sat, Nov 20th, 2010
Posted in Government

The issue of a large sum of FEMA funding that is owed to the city following the flood of 2007 was again discussed in length at the Monday, November 8th, city council meeting. While the city has found it frustrating to deal with an ever-changing FEMA ..... 
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Harmony City Council discusses need for travel policy for city employees

Sat, Nov 20th, 2010
Posted in Government

A public hearing was held before the regular Harmony City Council meeting on November 9. The meeting was for the residents affected by the Third Street Project to discuss the final assessment amounts.

The total cost of the project was $297, ..... 
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Preston sets 60 hour minimum for ambulance crew

Sat, Nov 20th, 2010
Posted in Government

Ambulance Director Ryan Throckmorton requested the Preston City Council approve a required 60 hour minimum for the volunteer ambulance crew at the council's November 15 meeting. City Administrator Joe Hoffman said the requirement will be in the new ..... 
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