Mayer City Council
By Lorrie Ham Waconia Patriot The Mayer City Council authorized the purchase of a new fire truck at its April 28 meeting. The council approved the purchase of a Spartan engine truck, built to specifications, at a cost of $539,700. The new fire truck will replace a 30-year-old vehicle. After compilin...Read More
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by Lorrie Ham The Mayer City Council hired the architectural firm of Oleson and Hobbie to perform design services for a new park restroom facility in Old Schoolhouse Park at the council’s meeting on April 14. The vote was 3-2, with Mayor Mike Dodge and councilmembers Tice Stieve-McPadden and Bruce...Read More
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By Lorrie Ham The Mayer City Council was presented with the 2013 audit at its March 10 meeting. Following the presentation by Steve McDonald of Abdo, Eick and Meyers, the council accepted the audit and authorized the firm to submit it to the State of Minnesota. “Everything was in good order,” sa...Read More
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By Lorrie Ham Managing the season’s snow removal was a topic for discussion at the Jan. 27 Mayer City Council meeting. City staffers met with their snow removal contractor, Nick Molnau, earlier that day and provided a report for the council. In his report, public works employee Kyle Kuntz noted th...Read More
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By Lorrie Ham The Mayer City Council opened the first meeting of the year on Monday, Jan. 13 by recognizing the dedication and service of long-time firefighter Rich Cohrs. Mayor Mike Dodge presented Cohrs with a plaque on behalf of the city as he thanked him for his years of service to the city of [...Read More
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By Lorrie Ham The Mayer City Council held its annual Truth in Taxation hearing Dec. 9 before approving a 2014 property tax levy in the amount of $918,159. That figure represents a $20,000 decrease in the preliminary levy that was proposed earlier this year and a slight increase of less than $4,000 o...Read More
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