Hamburg City Council
Hamburg and Norwood Young America City Councils held serve on Tuesday, with the majority of incumbents retaining their seats. In NYA, Mayor Tina Diedrick was reelected as mayor, earning 96.09 percent, or 959 votes. Also, Carol Lagergren and Jim Keller both retained their seats on the council, earnin...Read More
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The Hamburg City Council isn’t likely to see change this year with all incumbents seeking re-election. Mayor Richard Malz and council members Chris Lund, Steven Trebesch and Robert Gregonis are all vying to recapture their spots. We have asked the candidates to provide some insight on how they wil...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Hamburg City Council members have a series of tough decisions in front of them prior to the approval of the budget. After the council proposed a 10 percent increase to the property tax levy in September, City Clerk Jeremy Gruenhagen said the council now has to work to lo...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Hamburg residents shouldn’t be fooled when it comes to warm weather. That was the message reiterated by members of the Hamburg City Council as they continued to wrestle with difficulties caused by frozen water lines during their meeting on Tuesday, March 11. The proble...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times While warm weather and melting snow are a welcome sight to some, Hamburg and area residents are feeling the pressure. Or lack of it. Due to the depth of frost in the streets, several water lines have frozen in the city. While the Hamburg City Council was planning to look...Read More
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Hamburg residents will see a slight increase in their water rates, a larger increase in their storm water utility payments and a significant drop in their sewer rates in 2013. No residents attended a public hearing regarding those changes during the Hamburg City Council meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 22, ...Read More
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