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Township Roundup
June 21, 2010

Woodland Twp. employee retires
Brian Moorhead, who has been employed by Woodland Township for 20 years, will be retiring Thursday, Aug. 15. Moorhead maintained the township roads with snowplowing, grading, and gravel hauling.

Also, next month’s regular monthly meeting date has been changed to Thursday, July 8 at 7 p.m., Clerk Gloria Janikula note.Middleville Twp. picnic July 10

The annual picnic for Middleville Township will be Saturday, July 10 at noon at the Middleville Township Hall.

“People who own property in Middleville Township Hall are welcome to come,” Clerk Joey Berg said.

At the June township meeting, the board renewed three conditional use permits. One was for gravel mining near Wright County Road 7, one was for an auto repair shop near Wright County Road 5, and the third was for Mages Truck and Trailer near Wright County Road 5.

Marysville approves mining CUP
At the May 24 Marysville Township meeting, the board approved a conditional use permit (CUP) for Mathiowetz Construction Company to mine and crush materials from the Bjorkland property in Marysville Township. The mined materials will be used on local projects, Clerk Kathy Ronning noted. The board required limitations on hours of operation, as well as a review of crushing after one year, and review of the mining/hauling after two years.

Hollywood done with dust control
Hollywood Township has completed its dust control services for the season, Clerk Becky Burns said. Also, township meetings start at 7:30 p.m. the second Monday of each month, she added.

Winsted Twp. to mow ditches
Winsted Township has authorized the mowing of township ditches, which will be completed by Thursday, July 1, Clerk Susan Goebel said.

Camden Twp. discusses flooding
Camden Township recently completed a report for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

The report details the township’s flooding from earlier this spring, Clerk Roger Sauerbrey said.

“We had a lot of roads closed,” he said. “There might be some money available for repairs.”

Also, the township is finishing up dust coating and graveling, including the graveling of some cartways.

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