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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Motley City Engineer Bruce Brotherton updated the City Council Tuesday on  his search for a new plow truck. He presented information on the two he had located to date. Boyer Trucks in Lauderdale has a 2000 Sterling L7501 with 39,175 miles on it for $49,900. Astleford In...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Every winter since Motley’s new wastewater treatment facility (WWTF) went online, the phosphorous levels have doubled. Up until February, numbers have been good, said maintenance supervisor Bruce Brotherton. But, since the end of February, the phosphorous levels again ...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Principal of Motley Elementary and Middle  Schools, Justin Sperling, asked the Motley City Council for support in erecting a more user-friendly playground for his students. “Our outdoor area needs improvement,” Sperling said Tuesday. “We surveyed the kids and they...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer [email protected] Three local farmers/growers asked the city of Motley if it would be possible to open a farmers market at Veterans Park during the summer. Clerk/treasurer Terri Smith brought the request before the Council Tuesday night. While there were no objecti...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer The Motley City Council voted unanimously to certify its levy payable in  2014  at $326,079 for both Cass and Morrison counties. That is at 0.02 percent decrease from the 2013 levy. The city’s general fund expenses are budgeted at $510,519. It includes wages, benefit...Read More
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Water from current well as good or better than found in test drills  By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Bolton & Menk Inc., consulting engineers from Mankato, told the Motley City Council Tuesday that seven test drills to find quality water in the city were completed. Four of the seven sites produced...Read More
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