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Longtime Cottage Grove City Administrator Ryan Schroeder received the stamp of approval during an annual performance evaluation conducted Feb. 4. The City Council reviewed Schroeder’s performance during a closed-door meeting, which is allowed. Mayor Myron Bailey summarized the findings of the evaluation during the Feb. 18 council meeting, saying that “although we always find areas for improvement, (Schroeder) is generally meeting the council’s expectations.” Schroeder has been the Cottage Grove city administrator for 17 years.
Talks of a pay study to address apparent wage disparities among Newport city employees continue and officials could soon be reaching out to firms for proposals.
Kids from around the community used their three-day Presidents Day weekend — and the snowy weather that accompanied it — to make some sledding and snowboard tracks at Highlands Park.
Festival planning under way, city looking to turn the page after a rough year.
Typically Minnesotans venture south in the winter to get away from work for a few days. But for one Cottage Grove police officer, work followed him down to Florida. Officer...
Law enforcement officials often think of their colleagues in uniform as family. For eight members of the Cottage Grove Police Department, the saying is actually true. Three full-time police officers...
No out-of-pocket costs, just savings, City Administrator says.
Officials say condemned building poses safety hazard.
Larger lots will be signature of Kingston Grove, a single family subdivision planned to connect with the nearby school.
Newport Mayor Tim Geraghty is contesting a civil lawsuit brought by former City Council member Pauline Schottmuller and has requested the case be dismissed. In a motion filed Feb. 6, Geraghty’s lawyer Paul Reuvers argues there “is no genuine issue as to any material fact” outlined in Schottmuller’s suit.