Thursday, December 27, 2012
House Representative David FitzSimmons also told the council he is ready to advocate for the I-94 expansion project.
The St. Michael City Council last week unanimously approved a 2.99 percent increase in the property tax levy as part of its 2013 budget at its regular meeting. Depending on changes in a property's market value, and the statewide changes in homestead exclusions, homeowners will see either an increase or decrease in their city property taxes that could be more or less than the 2.99 percent levy increase, according to Steve Bot, city administrator, engineer and public works director. The increase is intended to cover increases to infrastructure, public safety and equipment replacement. Paying off debt service for Highway 241, the one-way pair, and the Town Center civic building are the primary parts of the infrastructure payments. "The city…
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
It's the first time an Albertville resident is elected county commissioner.
Wright County Commissioner-Elect Mike Potter was sworn in to begin his 2013 term at Monday night's Albertville City Council meeting. County commissioners are sworn in in their respective city. This was the first time an Albertville resident was elected county commissioner. Potter begins his term in January and will serve a four-year term. He has served in various other political roles over the years including Albertville mayor.
Monday, December 17, 2012
The last meeting of the year will be held tonight at Albertville City Hall at 7 p.m.
The Albertville City Council will be meeting for their last scheduled meeting of 2012 tonight at 7 p.m. The meeting will be held at Albertville City Hall and is open to the public. Mike Potter, Wright County Commisioner-Elect is expected to take his oath. Current Albertville Mayor Mark Meehan is set to be recognized for his service and term as mayor. The following meeting is scheduled for Jan. 7, 2013, when Mayor-Elect Jillian Hendrickson will be sworn in. Current council members John Vetsch and Larry Sorenson will be also be sworn in for a second term.