NYA City Council

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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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times   NYA City Council members and city staff took time to plan for the future during a special workshop on Thursday, April 3. Guided by consultant Dave Unmacht of Springsted, the 2.5-hour session helped them develop project ideas in conjunction with the city’s five-year financial plan, which might be completed [...]

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By ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times In an effort to encourage business development, the Norwood Young America City Council paved the way for a new business in town during its meeting on Monday, March 24. After careful consideration, council members approved, 4-1, annexing land into the city as well as several variances for Molnau Trucking, which [...]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times As members of the NYA Economic Development Commission, NYA Council members expressed interest in entering a program to increase participation in the city’s loan programs at their most recent meeting on Monday, Feb. 24. The EDC currently has two loans, one with a $5,000 maximum for commercial rehabilitation and the [...]

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