Royalton City Council
By Jennie Zeitler, Correspondent Royalton’s City Council has approved a settlement agreement between the city and Lincoln Outdoor Advertising, Inc., Robert Janski and Ruth Janski in the matter of the electronic sign Lincoln installed on the Janski property along Highway 10 south of the stoplight ...Read More
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By Jennie Zeitler, Correspondent Royalton School District Supt. Jon Ellerbusch and Jay Cameron of Architects Rego + Youngquist (ARY) of St. Louis Park presented a request for a conditional use permit (CUP) to the Royalton City Council, March 3. A proposed addition to the south end of the Royalton E...Read More
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By Jennie Zeitler, Correspondent Royalton resident Mark Schraut arrived home from work one night in late October 2014 to find an electronic sign near his home south of Royalton’s stoplight. The intermittently flashing multi-colored light is less than 200 feet from his bedroom window. Schraut met ...Read More
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By Jennie Zeitler, Correspondent The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) has notified the city of Royalton that the city’s aerated ponds will need to be put into use by March 2015, due to a sooner-than-anticipated increase in the city’s sewer flow volume. Mayor Andrea Lauer, Council Membe...Read More
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By Jennie Zeitler, Correspondent Possible changes to the hours the Royalton city office is open will be considered at the December City Council meeting. Councilman Ron Verley requested that the topic be placed on the agenda. Currently, the city office is closed Fridays. “Back maybe four years ago...Read More
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By Jennie Zeitler, Correspondent The city of Royalton has accepted an invitation to join an energy challenge pilot project, at no cost. “Minnesota Power is offering two pilot community energy challenges (CEC) to customers and the city was asked to participate,” said Mayor Andrea Lauer. “The C...Read More
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By Jennie Zeitler, Correspondent In order to proceed with the digging of new well number four, the city of Royalton is required by the Department of Natural Resources to complete a water conservation plan. The City Council received more details regarding that plan at Tuesday’s meeting. A signific...Read More
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By Jennie Zeitler, Correspondent In preparing to dig Royalton’s new well number four, City Engineer Les Mateffy discovered that the city must complete a Water Conservation Plan. “The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) said they sent a letter in 2007,” Mateffy told the City Council, Aug. 5....Read More
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