Little Falls City Council

By Terry Lehrke, News Editor The public forum at the beginning of the work session of the Little Falls City Council will stay right where it is. This, after a motion to remove it from the agenda entirely failed 2-6. The public forum has been moved from one portion of the agenda to another over the [...]

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By Terry Lehrke, News Editor Several months ago, Bernie Jeub, a member of the advisory board for the Boys and Girls Club, offered to “gift” the parking lot at its new location to the city of Little Falls. The city would then repair the lot, take care of the maintenance and repair and it could be [...]

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By Terry Lehrke, News Editor A portion of First Street Northwest, a street the Little Falls City Council has discussed improving numerous times in the past, will be upgraded this year. Not only will it get a face-lift to repair the cracks on the street’s surface, but  the infrastructure will be replaced, including the sanitary sewer [...]

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By Terry Lehrke, News Editor A change in the public forum during the Little Falls City Council has once again been proposed. This portion of the meeting has been moved to several different slots on the agenda, currently at the beginning of the Council’s work session. Recently, the time period was set at three minutes instead [...]

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By Terry Lehrke, News Editor Residents in the city of Little Falls have been using their vehicles to advertise their garage sales. The city’s sign ordinance does not permit the placing of garage sale signs on property other than the seller’s own yard. With garage sale season in full swing, Little Falls Council Member Greg Zylka [...]

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Costs may be as high as $233,000 for first phase of project By Terry Lehrke, News Editor Test holes will soon be drilled near the Morrison County/Little Falls Airport, in search of an aquifer that could provide an alternative water source for the city of Little Falls. The Council approved a bid from North Star Drilling [...]

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By Terry Lehrke, News Editor It was an item on the consent agenda — the installation of a courtesy bench near City Hall. The bench installation and placement is part of the city’s lawsuit settlement with Robin Hensel. Normally, the Council doesn’t vote on items on the consent agenda, but passes the consent agenda in its [...]

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