Government
By Ethan Groothuis, Carver County News The usual pomp and circumstance of swearing in new and re-elected members of the Watertown City Council members took an usual but expected turn when the council was left with a vacancy. Council members Lindsay Guetzkow and Michael Walters were re-elected to the...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times The NYA City Council continued a discussion on refuse and recycling collection for the city during its relatively brief meeting on Jan. 12, where it also discussed several items related to 2015. A vacancy for the city’s second hauler spot, created after Waste Managemen...Read More
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  It may have lasted only about 15 minutes but the Waconia City Council’s first regular meeting of the new year on Monday, Jan. 5 still accomplished several important tasks, one being the swearing in of a new mayor in Jim Sanborn and two re-elected council members in Lynn Ayers (Ward I) and K...Read More
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The first Carver County Board meeting of the year is referred to as the organizational session. At this meeting, the board selects the chair and vice-chair and makes a number of committee appointments. At the Jan. 6, 2015 County Board Organizational Session, the board selected Commissioner Randy Mal...Read More
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State Rep. Jim Nash (R-Waconia) was officially sworn in to his first term as a state representative on Tuesday, Jan. 6, after taking the oath of office administered by Chief Justice Lori Gildea. Nash, a businessman, will represent House District 47A – encompassing the cities of Hollywood, Watertow...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Contrary to the November election, there were few surprises at the first meeting of 2015 on Jan. 5 for the Cologne City Council as they organized for the upcoming year. Prior to the relatively short 20-minute meeting, new Mayor Scott Williams and new Council member Carol...Read More
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