NYA City Council

by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times The NYA City Council approved several measures providing for The Haven project as it nears the start of construction on Monday, Nov. 10. The $6.9 million project which is separate, yet physically connected to, Peace Villa and The Harbor will include 37 units of assisted living and memory care and […]

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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, earning 44.97 percent or 792 votes and 41.17 […]

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One new face and a few familiar ones are vying for positions on the Norwood Young America City Council. Mayor Tina Diedrick is running for re-election unopposed while three people are vying for two spots on the council. Incumbents Jim Keller and Carol Lagergren are joined in the race by Francis Green. We have asked […]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Jon Lambrecht and the Central Softball Booster Club clearly expressed some urgency to the NYA City Council for the softball dugouts project during the council meeting on Monday, Oct. 13. Lambrecht, who had spoken to the council previously regarding the first and subsequent phases of dugouts for the softball fields, […]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times NYA is among the locations being considered for the proposed solar farms across the state. According to the Minnesota Department of Commerce, the “West Waconia” location is one of 24 locations proposed in 16 different counties across the state as part of the “Aurora Distributed Solar Project.” At the NYA […]

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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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