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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Cologne City Council members reviewed their current financial situation and also approved a key water project during their regular meeting on Monday, July 21. With Mayor Matt Lein absent in Germany, council members unanimously approved a bid of $684,960.20 from Chanhassen-based Minger Construction Inc. The lone bid came in 22 [...]

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The filing period for municipal/school district elections in which a primary is not to be held opens at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, July 29 and closes at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 12. To file, citizens are encouraged to stop by their city hall or district office for more information. There is a small fee [...]

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By Lorrie Ham   The Mayer City Council unanimously rejected the single bid received for the restroom project at Old Schoolhouse Park at the July 14 council meeting. In April, the council engaged the services of Oleson and Hobbie Architects to complete the required drawings for the project with the hope of attracting multiple competitive [...]

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The 2014 Primary Election will be held on Tuesday, Aug. 12. As part of the newspaper’s primary election coverage, a question and answer session was held with Bob Frey and Jim Nash, the Republican candidates for State House District 47A. Each candidate was allowed 75 words to discuss their background and a total of 400 [...]

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By Lorrie Ham The city of St. Bonifacius got a less than stellar response to the city parks survey that was sent to all city residents via the city newsletter in April. At the July 2 council meeting, councilmembers reviewed the results of the surveys that were returned to the city. “I’m disappointed that only [...]

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