Waconia City Council
By Theresa Malloy WACONIA PATRIOT The Waconia City Council approved a construction bid with Park Construction Company for the Highway 5 project for $10,061,563 at its May 7 meeting. The bid however exceeded the engineering team’s estimate by more than $1 million or 11.5 percent more. City staff to...Read More
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By Theresa Malloy Special Correspondent Thanks to generous donations from community members, including a $14,000 donation made in memory of Annie S. McPadden, the Waconia Fire Department is able to purchase a life-saving piece of equipment. The city council approved the $16,035 in donations at its M...Read More
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  For citizens who don’t live on the lake, storing paddlecraft near the shores of Lake Waconia is about to become a whole lot easier thanks to action by the Waconia City Council during its meeting on April 20. At the meeting, the council approved an arrangement with SPOKES Paddle LLC that wil...Read More
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One of the area’s premiere bike events will again pass through Waconia this summer as the 2015 Tour de Tonka is slated to occur on Saturday, Aug. 1. The Waconia City Council learned more about the event thanks to a brief presentation given by the event’s director, Tim Litfin, during its regular ...Read More
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In response to lingering questions about the financing of the grandstand project at Lions Field, the Waconia City Council decided to table the project for 2015 during a special council meeting held on March 31. Although the project won’t happen this year, all signs point to it likely happening in ...Read More
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After hearing an update on the proposed grandstand project at Lions Field, the Waconia City Council tabled any action on the project to give officials more time to figure out a viable way to finance the project. The discussion occurred during the council’s regular meeting held on Monday, March 16....Read More
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