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Spring Valley City Council looks at parking restrictions


Fri, Apr 17th, 2009
Posted in Government

It was a very short City Council meeting on Monday night. The main item of discussion was a proposed Resolution imposing additional parking restrictions.

City Administrator Deb Zimmer presented the proposal which would define the number of vehicles allowed on Off-street residential parking. The current change is to Subd. 3 of Section 9.10 ADDITIONAL PARKING RESTRICTIONS.

"Number of Vehicles Allowed. Off-Street parking on residential properties shall be limited to one more vehicle than the number of licensed drivers that live in the household. Motor vehicles parked within a garage or other permanent enclosed structure attached to a foundation shall be excluded. Campers and boats are excluded from the vehicle count."

Apparently the City has been receiving complaints from some residents about the number of cars permitted on residential property. Mayor Struzyk said after the hearing; "the people that were complaining aren't here tonight so what does the Council want to do?" It was decided to not take any action at this time.

The Council placed a lien on the property owned by Jayson Osterhus located at 405 East Avenue, Spring Valley in the amount of $1,347.21 for non payment of Utility Services as requested by Spring Valley Public Utilities. The assessment shall be payable and collectible with general taxes due and payable in the year 2010.

Administrator Zimmer reminded everyone that City Wide Clean-up day will be May 23 from 8-noon and a shredder will be available.

Harmony Council receives audit report

Fri, Apr 17th, 2009
Posted in Government



The Harmony City Council approved the audit for 2008 as completed by Smith Schafer and Associates. This is the second year they have done the audit for the city. Ben Turnquist and Jason Boynton presented the audit to the council at their reg ..... 
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County recognizes Child Protection Month

Fri, Apr 10th, 2009
Posted in Government

Social Service Director Thomas Boyd and county employees that work child abuse cases informed the board as to the increase in abuse cases at the board's April 7 meeting. Working through child abuse cases can involve cooperation between social worker ..... 
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Preston Historical Society seeks bonding for further elevator restoration

Fri, Apr 10th, 2009
Posted in Government

Richard Petsch updated the council at their April 6 meeting on the efforts to obtain up to $450,000 from the sale of bonds through the state to further renovate the grain elevator to its 1916 condition. The plans include a bagging shed, scale house, ..... 
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Minnesota Farm Bureau applauds passage of Green Acres Bill

Fri, Apr 3rd, 2009
Posted in Government

On Monday, March 30, the Minnesota House passed the Federal Tax conformity and Green Acres conference committee report on a vote of 130-3. On April 1, the Senate also adopted those changes on a vote of 59-5. Farm Bureau would like to thank all Minnes ..... 
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Minnesota Farm Bureau applauds passage of Green Acres Bill

Fri, Apr 3rd, 2009
Posted in Government

On Monday, March 30, the Minnesota House passed the Federal Tax conformity and Green Acres conference committee report on a vote of 130-3. On April 1, the Senate also adopted those changes on a vote of 59-5. Farm Bureau would like to thank all Minnes ..... 
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Rep. Davids supports compromise "Green Acres" fix

Fri, Apr 3rd, 2009
Posted in Government

ST. PAUL - By a vote of 130-3, the Minnesota House of Representatives has approved legislation that makes changes to the state's "Green Acres" property tax program. State Representative Greg Davids (R-Preston) helped approve the measure.

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Holmen to serve as Genex beef rep

Fri, Apr 3rd, 2009
Posted in Government

Mark Holmen of Fountain, has joined Genex Cooperative, Inc. as an area beef representative providing personalized genetic and reproductive services while striving to improve the profit potential of beef producers throughout southeast Minnesota.
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KM Cattle Co. joins American Angus Association

Fri, Apr 3rd, 2009
Posted in Government

KM Cattle Company, Lanesboro, Minnesota, is a new member of the American Angus Association®, reports Bryce Schumann, CEO of the national breed registry organization in Saint Joseph, Missouri.

The American Angus Association, with nearly ..... 
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