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Township Roundup

Sept. 21, 2009

Marysville Twp. approves permit
At the Aug. 31 meeting, Marysville Township officials approved a conditional use permit for Robert Sawatzke to open a home-based repair business at 5967 40th St. in Waverly, Clerk Dorothy Rahn said.

In addition, the Buffalo Fire Department gave a presentation explaining how fire charges are calculated.

Marysville Township Supervisor Dale Ronning attended a local board of appeal training at the Wright County Courthouse Sept. 8.

Winsted Twp. certifies for levy
At the Sept. 10 Winsted Township meeting, the board certified a levy for a total of $179,000, which includes five separate funds, Clerk Susan Goebel said.

Work on Acorn Avenue has been completed, Goebel added.

Winsted Township officials will attend the association of townships meeting Monday, Sept. 28.

Camden prepares for pipeline
At the Camden Township meeting Sept. 10, officials discussed the pipeline that Northern Natural Gas is planning to install. The project will begin in November or December of this year, Clerk Roger Sauerbrey said, but he doesn’t know when the work will impact Camden Township roads.

Northern Natural Gas might do an open cutting of the roads rather than bore underneath them, Sauerbrey said. The township plans to include a stipulation that the company needs to provide a two-year warranty with the work.

“We’re working with them now on a permit process,” Sauerbrey said.

Bergen Twp. leaves levy same
At the Bergen Twp. meeting Sept. 10, the board decided to leave the levy amount the same as what the voters decided at the annual meeting.

“We kept it the same, despite state aid reduction,” Clerk Amy Meyer said.

Construction on Zero Avenue has been completed, as well.

“Everything looks good with it,” Meyer said.


 

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