Watertown City Council
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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Watertown Parts Company -— better known as the NAPA Auto Parts Store — has found a new home in Watertown. The Watertown City Council last week approved a site plan that will allow the store to eventually move into the building at 228 Lewis Ave. S., at the northeast corner of Madison Street and L...Read More
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The Watertown City Council finalized plans during a Dec. 3 workshop for an application process to fill its vacant seat. The City Council seat, vacated by the resignation of Steve Crowder on Nov. 12, will be open to anybody who wants to apply. Application forms will be available at City Hall, and app...Read More
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At one time barely even considered by the Watertown City Council as a realistic possibility, the idea of keeping the Highway 10 bridge open during construction next year appeared to be seconds away from approval during last week’s Nov. 12 meeting, but was eventually tabled once again for further d...Read More
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