Swanville City Council
By Kerry Drager, Correspondent The city of Swanville draws closer to finalizing its contract with Larson Excavating Contractors Inc. The city is currently holding back the final payment to the construction company until the completion of the Rhoda Avenue boulevard restoration. The rough-hewn grass ...Read More
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By Kerry Drager, Correspondent Swanville residents along Rhoda Avenue continue to voice their concerns on the quality of the grass that is growing on the new boulevard. In June, the City Council agreed to withhold payment to Larson Excavating until a list of items were repaired or completed from th...Read More
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By Kerry Drager, Correspondent Drainage issues in the city of Swanville may have been caused by buildup of sand due to last year’s road construction. Storm drains near DeGraff Avenue and Fifth Street were open for the majority of the summer and fall last year. This would have allowed sand and deb...Read More
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By Kerry Drager, Correspondent Drainage issues in the city of Swanville may have been caused by buildup of sand due to last year’s road construction. Storm drains near DeGraff Avenue and Fifth Street were open for the majority of the summer and fall last year. This would have allowed sand and de...Read More
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By Terry Lehrke, News Editor  Swanville Council Member Jay Bartkowicz said it sounds like a war zone with constant shooting at a residence on Springbrook Drive in Swanville. He said he had called the Little Falls Police Department about whether a state statute was in place regarding shooting withi...Read More
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By Liz Verley, Staff Writer Representatives from Greater Minnesota Gas Inc. MIT met with Swanville residents Feb. 11, prior to the City Council’s regular monthly meeting. The company will begin hooking natural gas lines to the homes of residents who have requested the service when the frost is ou...Read More
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