Winsted Twp. to redo Acorn Ave.
Winsted Township is sending out bid notices to redo Acorn Avenue, Clerk Susan Goebel said. The township is in the process of getting slope easements signed by residents in the area.
The township will also do a weed inspection June 17, Goebel said. During this inspection, officials will check for noxious weeds.
Marysville Twp. renews permits
At the April 27 meeting, Marysville Township renewed a two-year conditional use permit for T. Solberg for gravel mining and crushing, Clerk Dorothy Rahn said. A conditional use permit was also renewed for J. Untiedt for using a mobile home as a farm accessory.
Victor Twp. to discuss recycling
At the Monday, June 8 meeting, Victor Township plans to discuss recycling issues, Clerk Sharon Glessing said. At the meeting, officials will discuss whether or not to make changes to the way recycling is handled.
Currently, residents drop off recyclables the first and third Fridays of each month.
Future possibilities include allowing residents to take recyclables to the township hall any day, changing to once-a-month drop off, discontinuing recycling services, keeping things the same, or a different option.
The township currently pays $990 per month for recycling. Some of that money is reimbursed, depending on the amount of recyclables that are collected, Glessing said.
Camden Twp. to get new signs
Camden Township is participating in a sign replacement program with Carver County, Clerk Roger Sauerbrey said. The new road signs should be placed by September. Because of a federal grant, the township’s share of the cost is $1,933, or 5 percent.
The City of Norwood Young America and the fire department are looking into doing a five-year contract instead of their usual one-year contract. The Camden Township board is in favor of doing this, Sauerbrey said.
Dust coating will start Wednesday for those who have contacted the township.