Randall City Council
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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Business conducted by the Randall City Council Wednesday night included: • Meeting the new owner of Long Prairie Sanitation, Terry Lanoue, who purchased the company from Lana and Lert Zander. The City Council voted to accept the contract with Lanoue with the stipulation that an addendum be added t...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer The Randall City Council was presented with information on making improvements to Bingo Park. Donna Lundgren and Mike Drew, both residents of Randall and members of the Fourth of July Committee, along with Amber Aspengren from Landscape Structures, brought layout designs...Read More
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Business conducted by the Randall City Council Wednesday night included: • Looking at possible mosquito control for 2014. Mayor Bob Riitters said he learned the cost for fogging the city would come to approximately $650 per application and could be done every two weeks. He told the Council that Ro...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer The Randall City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to pay the Little Falls Police Department $1 for 9-year-old Ellie, a black lab K-9 drug dog. Ellie has been with Little Falls Police Officer and Randall’s Police Chief Chuck Strack for several years and Strack said s...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer The Randall City Council voted to spend $695 on a Med Return Drug Collection Unit for City Hall. Police Chief Charlie Strack said this will allow residents to drop off old, expired and unwanted medications conveniently. “It will also reduce the number of break-ins we a...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer [email protected] The Randall City Council learned the city’s Planning and Zoning Committee made recommendations concerning fencing on properties. It wanted assurance that there would be sufficient access into any property to read utility meters and for emergency...Read More
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