Randall City Council
During Wednesday night’s meeting, the Randall City Council: • Was asked to consider installing a credit card machine at City Hall for those who wanted to pay utility bills in that manner. City Manager Matt Pantzke said that Randall State Bank will be partnering with Shazam and will offer the mac...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Correspondent The Randall City Council voted Wednesday to accept the land survey of Randall Car Wash, done by Kevin Festler at the request of property owner Marvin Hoheisel. The city will vacate the right of way via a quit claim deed. It seems the building was erected on part of the ...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Correspondent Chief Warrant Officer Scott Bjerke from Camp Ripley spoke to the Randall City Council Wednesday night on what the community can expect this summer. He said that it will be the busiest season for training since he has been there. While the noise level at Camp will be hig...Read More
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By TINA SNELL, Correspondent The Randall City Council voted Wednesday to accept Phase I of the Wellhead Protection Plan as supplied by the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH). Phase II will be created and voted on in 2016. Phase I of the plan is a complicated collection of data of the city’s man...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Correspondent The Randall City Council voted Wednesday to accept Phase I of the Wellhead Protection Plan as supplied by the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH). Phase II will be created and voted on in 2016. Phase I of the plan is a complicated collection of data of the city’s man...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer The Randall City Council voted Wednesday to set the 2015 levy at $148,000. This is an increase of 5.4 percent from 2014’s levy of $140,000. Amounts which dictated the increase included $23,408 for the County Road 104 project; $22,729 for the county roads 1 and 14 proje...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Dave Reese, with Widseth Smith Nolting Engineers (WSN), presented the feasibility study for the 2015 road improvements set for Superior Avenue and Fourth Street at Wednesday’s Randall City Council meeting. The Council voted to accept the study and proceed with the proj...Read More
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By Tina Snell Staff Writer [email protected]   The Randall City Council voted to change pickup days for trash and recyclables from Friday to Monday, at the request of Terry Lanoue, owner of Long Prairie Sanitation. This change in schedule will begin Monday, Dec. 15. Currently, residents i...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer   David Drown, Randall’s financial adviser, presented information to the Randall City Council Wednesday on refinancing the city’s outstanding debt obligations. It voted to combine the bonds at a lower interest rate, thus saving the city money. The 2007B bond fun...Read More
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Business coming before the Randall City Council Wednesday night included: •Voting to accept Widseth Smith Nolting’s (WSN) proposals for professional services concerning the upcoming road work. For Superior Avenue, the charge came to $4,800 and another $1,000 for administrative costs. The city ha...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer [email protected] The Randall City Council held a special meeting Wednesday to look over the 16 applications for the job of both the city and the liquor store manager. Those who applied included a former lawyer, a person with a master’s degree and another who was...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer The Randall City Council voted Wednesday to hold off repaving Superior Avenue until spring 2015. Dave Reese, representing Widseth Smith Nolting, said one bid came in for the project. The amount from Tri City Paving, Little Falls, was $56,755, about $10,000 higher than es...Read More
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