Little Falls City Council

Council has to decide whether to accept the gift The Boys and Girls Club (BGC) has purchased the former Red Owl store building in west Little Falls and is currently renovating the building. The goal is for the doors to open in June 2014. Monday, Bernie Jeub, president of the Little Falls Advisory Board, approached [...]

facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon

Preliminary levy showed possibility of a 7.89 percent increase By Terry Lehrke, News Editor The Little Falls City Council set its preliminary 2013 budget and property tax levy at a 7.89 percent increasein September. The Council set it with the intent to bring it down, since a preliminary levy cannot be raised after being sent to [...]

facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon

By Liz Verley, Staff Writer Daniel J. Vogt, president of DJV Consulting has been chosen to work with the Little Falls City Council in evaluating city policies, staffing needs and finding an administrator for the city. Vogt, a retired city administrator who served the city of Brainerd for 23 years, recently launched his own consulting business. [...]

facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon

Council interviews two retired city administrators to help evaluate city’s policies, staffing needs and to find its own city administrator By Terry Lehrke, News Editor The Little Falls City Council may hire an interim city administrator Monday. The Council has, over the last couple of years, discussed off and on whether it needed to hire a full- time [...]

facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon

City asked to pay $9,500-plus for maintenance, electricity each year for additional equipment on east side water tower By Terry Lehrke, News Editor  There’s a little problem with the new 800 megahertz (MHz) radios for law enforcement officers and other public safety personnel in the county — they don’t work inside buildings located in Little Falls. [...]

facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon

By Terry Lehrke, News Editor terry.lehrke@mcrecord.com The Little Falls City Council approved a plan to enforce its updated sign ordinance, Monday. Upon advice of City Attorney Toni Wetzel, the city started with itself, and the “We Support Our Troops” was removed from the building on the corner of Broadway and First Street, Tuesday. Next, city staff [...]

facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon
up arrow
up arrow