Cologne City Council
by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times What started as an inquiry regarding a tool shed into resulted in several years of service to the City of Cologne for outgoing Mayor Matt Lein, who moved to Cologne in 2001 with wife Carrie, and started putting up a shed in 2002. “I got a letter from the city [...]...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Wanting to continue strong development, Cologne council member Kyle Evenski made a late push to add several projects to the 2015 budget on Monday, Dec. 15. Both the splash pad and public works building, totaling $220,000, were put into the general fund portion of the bud...Read More
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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 th...Read More
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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 projec...Read More
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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 3...Read More
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