Waconia City Council
  Although some preliminary work has already occurred on the grandstand project at Lions Field in Waconia, an unexpected jump in construction costs has the potential to bring the project to a halt. The situation was discussed by the Waconia City Council during its regular meeting on Monday, Feb...Read More
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As excited as some residents are about Jax Taphouse, a new restaurant and taphouse that is slated to open on Main Street in downtown Waconia later this year, there are some residents that are concerned about the potential of noise and other aspects related to the new business. The Waconia City Counc...Read More
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  It may have lasted only about 15 minutes but the Waconia City Council’s first regular meeting of the new year on Monday, Jan. 5 still accomplished several important tasks, one being the swearing in of a new mayor in Jim Sanborn and two re-elected council members in Lynn Ayers (Ward I) and K...Read More
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A fond farewell was offered to a pair of familiar faces found at Waconia City Hall during the Waconia City Council meeting held on Monday, Dec. 8. It was the final city council meeting for Mayor Jim Nash, who will begin serving as the Minnesota State Representative for District 47A in January, and f...Read More
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The city of Waconia held its 2015 Budget & Levy Information Meeting during the Waconia City Council meeting on Monday, Dec. 1. After the presentation, only one citizen voiced feedback regarding the budget, which will be finalized by the council during its next meeting on Monday, Dec. 8. Finance ...Read More
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  In Waconia, Jim Sanborn was elected mayor, earning 96.66 percent, or 3,095 votes. On the council, Lynn Ayers was elected as the Ward I representative, earning 99.26 percent, or 1,340 votes, and Kent Bloudek was elected to represent Ward II, taking 69.21 percent or 1,416 votes compared to 30.1...Read More
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