NYA City Council

by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times It’s time for the city of NYA to catch up on its regular maintenance schedule and it’s going to need funds to do so. That was the message sent by NYA City Council members and City Administrator Steve Helget on Monday, Sept. 8, in their approval of the 2015 preliminary [...]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times When Dorothy dropped into Munchkinland in the “Wizard of Oz,” she was greeted with distinctively bright colors and unique buildings. Similarly, NYA City Council members want travelers along Highway 212 to be awed at the quality and visual look of buildings in NYA, regardless of what they’re made of. How [...]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times After waiting several months, Paula Beaver finally got her answer about her household pets. On Monday, June 9, the NYA City Council approved by a vote of 3-1 a chicken-only ordinance and corresponding fees. Councilor Mike McPadden voted against the ordinance with Mayor Tina Diedrick abstaining. Council members had first [...]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times   NYA City Council members paved the way for several projects during their regular meeting on Tuesday, May 27. Council members, with Dick Stoltz absent, OK’d site plans for All Saint Lutheran Church and the Central School District. The addition will expand All Saints Lutheran Church, which is currently 7,200-square-foot, [...]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times   Although it had a quorum, the NYA City Council decided to delay its decision on an ordinance which would provide for allowing backyard chickens in certain areas of the city. Mayor Tina Diedrick abstained from the vote on Monday, May 12, while council member Carol Lagergren was absent. Prior [...]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times   Norwood Young America City Council members continue to guide the city budget in a responsible direction, but there remains a few areas of concern that needs to be addressed. That was the message presented by Brad Falteysek of Edina-based Abdo, Eick & Meyers, who presented a 22-page annual budget [...]

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