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Jan. 25, 2009

Hollywood special meeting Jan. 25
A special meeting for Hollywood Township is set for Monday, Jan. 25 at 7 p.m., to go over contracts for the radio tower that had been used by the B96 radio station.

The radio tower will probably be donated to either Hollywood Township or Carver County, Clerk Becky Burns said.

The radio station doesn’t use the tower anymore, and instead it can be used for the 911 system.

Two file for positions in Victor Twp.
Incumbent Burton Horsch filed for the supervisor position in Victor Township, and incumbent Sharon Glessing filed for the clerk position.

Winsted Twp. snow reminder
Winsted Township residents are not to push snow across township roadways, Clerk Susan Goebel said.

Snow left on the roadway can cause bumps and ruts, which may become a roadway hazard.

Woodland Twp. filings complete
In Woodland Township, incumbents Ken Pawelk, supervisor, and Gloria Janikula, clerk, filed for the annual election, set for Tuesday, March 9 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Middleville Community Chest committee could dissolve
The Middleville Community Chest committee is considering dissolving due to fewer numbers in the annual returns, according to Middleville Township Clerk Joey Berg.

Also, Caterpillar installed a new motor for the township road grader. The company did this after realizing that the motor that was in that new model was too small, Berg said.

Camden finalizes plans for 2010
At the Camden Township organizational meeting, Bruce Clark was made chairman and Stan Werner was made vice chair, Clerk Roger Sauerbrey said. Official newspapers for the township are the Herald Journal, the Waconia Patriot, and the Norwood Young America Times. Pay for elected officials and the maintenance personnel will remain the same for 2010.

Bergen to keep board pay same
The Bergen Township board members will be paid the same in 2010 as they have been the past five years, Clerk Amy Meyer said.The maintenance operator did receive a pay increase, however.

At the Jan. 14 meeting, the Lester Prairie Fire Department contract was approved, Meyer added.


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