Cologne City Council

by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times During a relatively short meeting, Cologne council members approved a couple of measures related to the winter snowfall season on Monday, Nov. 17. Council members approved both a snow hauling agreement with Cologne Academy as well as new tires for a pay loader. Unlike the contract discussed at the last […]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times In a short meeting prior to city elections and amidst budget discussions, Cologne City Council members approved a couple of items related to nature’s influence on Monday, Nov. 3. With council member Jeff McInnis absent, council members approved a $50,000 maximum project to remove sediment in Pond View Court. Engineer […]

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In Cologne, Scott Williams defeated incumbent mayor Matt Lein and write-in candidate Bryan Kerrick, taking 45.71 percent or 245 votes. Lein won 44.59 percent or 239 votes. Also, Kyle Evenski and challenger Carol Czaroletta defeated Don Meyer. Czaroletta won 39.22 percent, or 322 votes, Evenski won 31.06 percent or 255 votes and Meyer won 28.26 […]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Cologne City Council members approved one project and tabled another during a brief 20-minute meeting on Monday, Oct. 20. Council members approved a $1,644 light project for the dock on Benton Lake, stemming from their decision to relocate the city’s ice skating rink to that area. City Administrator John Hendel […]

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With a mix of incumbents and challengers, the Cologne City Council could see some changes after the election this year. Mayor Matt Lein is running for re-election and is being challenged by current council member Scott Williams and write-in candidate Bryan Karrick. Incumbent council members Kyle Evenski and Don Meyer are being challenged by Carol […]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times With the sizable Cologne Academy School expansion all but finalized, Cologne City Council members got back to regular business during their meeting on Monday, Oct. 6. Rather than sitting content with the school expansion project, council members considered initiatives to develop interest in Cologne. Among the new proposals is moving […]

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