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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times The City of NYA’s financial situation is continuing to improve. That was the message shared by Brad Falteysek of Abdo, Eick and Meyers in his presentation of the city’s 2014 annual financial report on Monday, April 13. “A lot of this matches up with what we were pl...Read More
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Broadband Corporation announced it would no longer provide service to the City of Mayer after the Mayer City Council and Broadband were unable to reach a lease agreement during the council’s April 13 meeting. The discussion, months in the making, concluded when Anthony Will of Broadband declared t...Read More
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State Rep. Jim Nash and Carver County Commissioner Tim Lynch spoke about their progress and struggles on a variety of topics at the regular Watertown City Council meeting on April 14. One of the biggest topics discussed was about the Metropolitan Council and its impacts on Carver County. Lynch said ...Read More
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By Lorrie Ham WACONIA PATRIOT The St. Boni City Council reviewed the new Community Room usage at the April 1 council meeting. Informational meetings have been set for April 28 at 3 and 7 p.m. for city residents to apply to use the Community Room at no fee, provided that the activity is open to [...]...Read More
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One of the area’s premiere bike events will again pass through Waconia this summer as the 2015 Tour de Tonka is slated to occur on Saturday, Aug. 1. The Waconia City Council learned more about the event thanks to a brief presentation given by the event’s director, Tim Litfin, during its regular ...Read More
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