Watertown City Council
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 co...Read More
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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 Cou...Read More
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The Watertown City Council last week approved a Memorandum of Understanding with Carver County that defines both parties’ roles in the potential acquisition of a tax-forfeited property on 30th Street, as well as an adjacent property. The city first became aware of the tax forfeited property in Aug...Read More
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After more than an hour of interviewing four candidates to fill its vacant seat, the Watertown City Council appointed Lindsay (Zumbrunnen) Guetzkow to the seat during its Jan. 28 meeting. Guetzkow will fill the seat vacated by Steve Crowder’s resignation. The seat has been open since Nov. 12. “I...Read More
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A better idea of just what the new bridge across the Crow River might look like when it’s done was presented during last week’s Watertown City Council meeting, and it certainly has a familiar look. Based on feedback received from the City Council during two previous workshops to discuss the aest...Read More
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The Watertown City Council approved a $1,942,343 tax levy for 2014 that was significantly lower than the preliminary levy that was set in September, but $45,000 higher than the proposed levy that was presented to the Council at the meeting. In a series of budget workshops, the City Council had trimm...Read More
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