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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer To maintain citywide uniformity, the city of Motley created a frozen water and sewer line policy. But after some discussion, it was tabled Tuesday night until city attorney Peter Vogel is able to review it. The purpose of the policy, as currently written, is to have in ...Read More
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Business brought before the Motley City Council Wednesday night included: •Voting to make the fourth payment of $280,358.61 to DiMar Construction for the city’s new water treatment plant; •Permitting Jace Carlson to install a deck; John Niemi, Gary Nieken, Nancy Lucas and Marti Vervalen to ins...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Motley’s Chief of Police Brian Madison told the City Council Wednesday that he had concerns with the lack of police coverage in the city. “I have scheduling issues since losing two part-time officers,” Madison said. One replacement has been hired, but that person h...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Brian Guldan, representing Bolton & Menk Inc., the consulting engineers for the water treatment plant in Motley, told the City Council Tuesday night the construction of the city’s water treatment plant was right on schedule. “Since the last Council meeting, the c...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer The Motley City Council voted to terminate its relationship with the law firm of  Gammello, Qualley, Pearson & Mallak of Little Falls and hire Peter Vogel as its city attorney. Motley’s clerk-treasurer, Terri Smith, told the City Council Tuesday that Gammello, Qua...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer [email protected] The Motley City Council voted Tuesday night to implement professional engineering services with Bolton & Menk consultants on the city’s pavement management. “Pavement management planning is really an asset management tool that is used in c...Read More
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Council votes to install two new monitors By Tina Snell, Staff Writer The Motley City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to spend approximately $7,780 to install two monitors at its wastewater treatment plant. The Council learned that the new permitting process from the Minnesota Pollution Control ...Read More
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