Cottage Grove City Council members formally discussed furloughing Community Development Department staff at a council workshop last week — and then debated a move that could add a staff member to city hall later this year.
Longtime Newport resident Virginia Yelland will receive the Betty Haugen Memorial Heritage Preservation award at Thursday’s Newport City Council Meeting. The 93-year-old Yelland is being recognized for her contributions to Newport’s historic preservation efforts.
The Cottage Grove City Council will consider adopting a resolution Wednesday that would formally oppose 3M’s proposed amendment to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency permit that regulates the company’s hazardous waste incinerator at its Cottage Grove plant.
Lakeville assistant administrator Brian Anderson was appointed Thursday as Newport's next city administrator, as city council members unanimously approved contract terms that will pay the 35-year-old a starting annual salary of $88,000.
The Newport City Council will discuss appointing Brian Anderson the city’s new administrator on Thursday after council members last week chose the Lakeville assistant administrator from among four finalists.
Cottage Grove City Council members on Wednesday will consider submitting a formal response to 3M’s proposed amendment to its incinerator permit that would allow the company to burn non-3M hazardous wastes in its Cottage Grove burner.
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