Little Falls City Council

Despite attorney’s warning, pencil drawing will once again hang in Carnegie Library By Terry Lehrke, News Editor terry.lehrke@mcrecord.com Monday night, on a 5-3 vote, the Little Falls City Council formally accepted a gift given to the city more than three years ago. The Council also honored the request of the artist, Corey Schilling, to hang his [...]

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By LIZ VERLEY, Staff Writer  The Little Falls City Council on a 6 – 2 vote adopted a resolution which will write off $100,605.05 in penalties which have accrued on a 2009, one month, $22,000 sewer bill that is being disputed. Acting City Administrator Lori Kasella said the dispute was over meter readings and the City [...]

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By Liz Verley, Staff Writer  Besides being the boyhood home of Charles A. Lindbergh, Little Falls can now claim the title of having the best tasting water in the state. The city’s sample of water came out on top of 23 entries tested by the Minnesota Rural Water Association (MRWA). The award was presented during the [...]

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Little Falls Council feels pressure to hurry with ordinance update By Terry Lehrke, News Editor terry.lehrke@mcrecord.com The city of Little Falls is continuing its quest to update its sign ordinance; Little Falls city resident Robin Hensel is continuing her quest to ensure every sign in the city is in compliance with the city’s sign ordinance. Late [...]

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By Terry Lehrke, News Editor terry.lehrke@mcrecord.com In addition to a full slate of agenda items, including seven public hearings, the Little Falls City Council will formally receive a petition at its Monday night meeting, to continue to fly the “We Support Our Troops” banner on the bank building on the city’s Bank Square. The petition is [...]

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By Terry Lehrke, News Editor terry.lehrke@mcrecord.com “It doesn’t seem like it’s been a year; it seems like weeks,” Tom Elbert told the Little Falls City Council Tuesday. Last year, the city, the city’s Economic Development Authority and Community Development of Morrison County invested in Elbert and his intent to purchase the former Crestliner building to turn [...]

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