Waconia City Council

Whether it was the bitterly cold temperatures outside or a lack of interest on the part of the citizenry, no one from the public was present to offer feedback during a public hearing on the 2014 Infrastructure Improvement Project held during the Waconia City Council meeting on Monday, Jan. 6. The project includes street reconstruction [...]

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A week after holding a Public Information Meeting on the 2014 Budget and Levy, the Waconia City Council approved the budget and levy — with a couple of tweaks — during its meeting on Monday, Dec. 9. The biggest change was that city officials removed an additional $25,000 from the general property tax levy, meaning [...]

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A Public Information Meeting regarding the 2014 Budget and Levy was the main event of the Waconia City Council meeting held on Monday, Dec. 2. A half dozen citizens attended the meeting to voice their feedback regarding the budget, which will be finalized by the council during its next meeting on Monday, Dec. 9. Finance [...]

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Due to a recently discovered technical error that occurred during the year-long process for the 2013 Infrastructure Improvement Project, the dozen or so Waconia property owners that were facing assessments associated with the project are off the hook for those costs, at least for now. The situation was discussed during a public hearing on the [...]

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Improving a city’s infrastructure sometimes seems like a never-ending process and in Waconia, plans are already well underway regarding the 2014 Infrastructure Improvement Project. Potential aspects of the project — including street reconstruction, work in the Interlaken 4th Addition, trail and storm water improvements, park upgrades and fire station work — were discussed and a [...]

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A light agenda resulted in a quick meeting for the Waconia City Council on Monday, Oct. 7. The first item of discussion centered on a request for the council to reconsider charges on a Pond Circle resident’s September water bill. Due to a leak in an irrigation system, approximately 206,000 gallons of water passed through [...]

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