Carver County Board
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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The Carver County Commissioners adopted the 2015 property tax levy and budget at the Dec. 16 board meeting. The levy reflects improving economic times experienced locally, and it marks the 10th consecutive year that county taxes on an average-value home will be decreased or flat-lined. In addition, ...Read More
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Even though re-doing the bidding process for the CSAH 10 bridge construction project in Watertown resulted in a higher bid, the cost to Carver County will actually be lower after the Carver County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved the new bid during their meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 2. In May...Read More
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At their Nov. 18 meeting, the Carver County Commissioners discussed and accepted the legislative priorities for 2015, with the top priorities being township fine revenue; roads, bridges and transportation; and parks, natural resources and environment. Much of the discussion centered around the roads...Read More
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The Carver County Commissioners, at their Nov. 4 meeting, declared that Nov. 4 be known as Employment and Training Recognition Day, as to shed some light on a department that helps match residents with jobs. Carver County employment and training assists residents in finding employment, while also of...Read More
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At its Oct. 21 board meeting, the Carver County Commissioners looked to move forward with road construction plans that would mean the demolishment of two buildings in Watertown. Though the county has reviewed the historical significance of the two buildings, one resident wanted to make sure all the ...Read More
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