Randall City Council
By Tina Snell, Staff Writer The Randall City Council voted Thursday to advertise for a full-time city manager to take the place of Jerry Peterschick, who is retiring. The position would remain status quo with one person managing both the city and the municipal liquor store and bar. The meeting bega...Read More
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Business conducted by the Randall City Council Wednesday night included: •Setting Wednesday for the public hearing concerning the work to be done of Superior Avenue. A meeting with Widseth Smith Nolting will follow to finalize the assessment details; •Learning that even though the rain may be af...Read More
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Due to severe weather Wednesday, the Randall City Council shortened its April meeting to accommodate essential business which included: •Hearing a report from Camp Ripley’s Communications Officer Scott Bjerke on the upcoming training schedule, prescribed burns, etc.; •Voting to honor the donat...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Randall received its 2013 year-end audit from John Archer of Schlenner Wenner & Co. of Little Falls and the report pleased the Council. While revenues decreased by 15 percent from $303,333 in 2012 to $258,098 in 2013 and disbursements increased from $293,818 in 2012 ...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer The Randall City Council voted unanimously to hire Clarke Environmental Mosquito Management Inc. to spray the city during the upcoming summer months. Residents of Randall will see a $1.50 per month increase on their utility bills. The city will try this out for one year ...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer The Randall City Council voted Wednesday to raise its levy by $5,400 to $140,400. That is a 4 percent increase from 2013’s levy. The city transferred $50,000 into the general fund to offset the 2014 road project on Superior Avenue. That, and about $30,000 in added loca...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer [email protected] Cities all over the country are looking at both reducing expenditures while still giving residents quality services. Randall is no different. It has been giving rebates to its residents for several years when they switch to Energy Star appliances,...Read More
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