Watertown City Council

  Watertown city officials wrestled with different options on how to entice new building permits and home construction on the city’s various vacant lots during a city council workshop held Tuesday, May 27. In an effort to amplify growth in Watertown, city officials discussed giving prospective property owners a financial incentive to construct new homes [...]

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Facing a difficult decision, the Watertown City Council voted unanimously during its May 13 meeting to reject the lone bid that was submitted to construct the County State Aid Highway 10 Bridge (CSAH) this summer, instead opting to rebid the project in the fall with aspiration of a 2015 project date. The decision to postpone [...]

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by Christopher Officer Carver County News When talking about the County State Aid Highway (CSAH) 10 bridge project with the Watertown City Council during its meeting on Tuesday, April 8, Watertown Mayor Charlotte Johnson made it clear that recent efforts by council members and city staff regarding the CSAH 10 Bridge Intersection Project has been [...]

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By Christopher Officer Although the agenda for the Watertown City Council meeting on March 25 was somewhat light, council members gave important updates regarding the progression of the city’s Bridge Bonding Funds, an essential step in putting the Watertown bridge project in motion. On the afternoon of March 25, members of the city council and [...]

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by Christopher Officer Carver County News In spite of a significant cost increase and some resulting apprehension, the Watertown City Council voted unanimously to authorize City Engineer Andrew Budde to sign off on County State Aid Highway (CSAH) 10 Bridge and Roadway Replacement Plans during the council’s meeting on Tuesday, March 11. The expected city [...]

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Watertown citizens looking to enjoy a meal at a Chinese restaurant soon won’t even have to leave town thanks to the impending arrival of China B1 Restaurant. A site plan for the restaurant, which will be located at 300 Lewis Avenue S, was one of several items approved during the Watertown City Council meeting on [...]

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