Watertown City Council
State Rep. Jim Nash and Carver County Commissioner Tim Lynch spoke about their progress and struggles on a variety of topics at the regular Watertown City Council meeting on April 14. One of the biggest topics discussed was about the Metropolitan Council and its impacts on Carver County. Lynch said ...Read More
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The Watertown City Council approved a redesign of the parking lot in the northwest quadrant of the soon to be built roundabout intersection to help satisfy parking concerns with businesses south of Territorial Avenue. The redesign, approved at the March 24 regular meeting, was in response to the Mar...Read More
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Emotions ran high at a Watertown City Council work session on Tuesday, March 10 where discussions centered on parking concerns with the new bridge and intersection project design that will result in the net loss of 23 parking spots in the downtown business area. While the parking lot in the northwes...Read More
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The Watertown City Council unanimously approved a proposal that will replace the playground equipment at Highland Park during its meeting on March 10. The project had been delayed for several years. “[Highland Park] is one of the higher use parks — one of the jewels of our park system,” City A...Read More
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Deborah Everson was appointed to the Watertown City Council after a divided decision over who should take the seat left vacant after Steve Washburn was elected mayor. The appointment was made during the council’s meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 10. After more than an hour of interviewing the four candida...Read More
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Transportation and construction are among two of the biggest issues facing Watertown and Carver County residents this year, lawmakers told the Watertown City Council during its regular meeting on Jan. 27. State Representative Jim Nash (R-Waconia) and County Commissioner Tim Lynch (District Four) spo...Read More
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