Mayer City Council
During the annual Mayer waste water treatment plant report to the Mayer City Council on Feb. 23, Greg Kluver revealed that he and public works staff have been successful in several cost saving measures over the last year. During the report, Kluver (of Kluver Consulting) said that he and Kyle Kuntz o...Read More
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Despite a difference of opinion, the Mayer City Council passed a motion that would begin steps to conduct a feasibility study on the Mayer Fire Station. The action was taken during the council meeting on Feb. 9. The motion allows Brunton Architects to find grants to investigate the state of the fire...Read More
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Despite a difference of opinion, the Mayer City Council passed a motion that would begin steps to conduct a feasibility study on the Mayer Fire Station. The action was taken during the council meeting on Feb. 9. The motion allows Brunton Architects to find grants to investigate the state of the fire...Read More
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By Lorrie Ham The Mayer City Council approved a MnDOT cooperative agreement on Sept. 8 which states that MnDOT will fund $588,000 toward the construction of a roundabout in town. The roundabout, to be located at Highway 25 and 62nd Street, is a cost-sharing project between Mayer Lutheran High Schoo...Read More
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By Lorrie Ham   The Mayer City Council unanimously rejected the single bid received for the restroom project at Old Schoolhouse Park at the July 14 council meeting. In April, the council engaged the services of Oleson and Hobbie Architects to complete the required drawings for the project with ...Read More
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By Lorrie Ham Mayor Mike Dodge received a plaque from Nick Anhut of Ehlers & Associates at the June 9 Mayer City Council meeting to commemorate the “AA” bond rating issued to the city by Standard & Poor’s (S & P’s). Anhut told the council that only 25 percent of cities nationwide...Read More
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