This week in The Rooster Crows: Fargo gears up for another flood fight; Rutland snowbirds come home to roost; Easter brings an influx of visitors and has several residents heading out of town; Rutland Board of Equalization holds annual property tax meeting; Rutland City Council discusses City Hall roofing project and street repairs; and, other Rutland happenings.
Rutland City Council -February 4, 2013 Regular Meeting 5:00 p.m. Council Members Christensen, Christianson, Mahrer and Siemieniewski present; Mayor Narum presiding. Also present – City Attorney Bill Anderson; Auditor Deborah Banish. Agenda. Christianson/Siemieniewski moved approval of the agenda. Motion carried unanimously. Minutes. Siemieniewski/Christensen moved approval of the January minutes as submitted. Motion carried unanimously. Public […]
This week in The Rooster Crows: recent rains help green up Rutland; locals travel to Mexico for a wedding and sightseeing; residents attend a meeting on Measure #2 proposed Constitutional Amendment; a new band plays The Lariat; construction progresses on local business; softball season nears resulting in reflections and stories of Lou Sanderson; committee formed to nominate Rod Nelson for the ND Softball Hall of Fame seeks letters of support; reflections on the President’s announcement to remove American combat forces from Afghanistan by 2014; and more for your reading enjoyment.
This week in The Rooster Crows: rain finally comes to Rutland just in time to green the crops; property taxes continue to be a hot topic for the Round Table; The Old Parsonage kicks off the 2012 season; residents file for local offices; CEO summit in Grand Forks draws a couple Rutlandites; Measure #2 proposes to eliminate “ad valorem” property tax to be replaced by whatever 1the State Legislature decides to create; updates on local residents and other tidbits for your reading enjoyment.
This week in The Rooster Crows: temperature hits the skids; a house rolls out of town; progress continues on the Coteau des Prairie Lodge; Easter visitors and travelers; beginner’s luck at fishing; Pherson Custom Combining preparing to head south; Rutland Community Club meeting considers a replacement town sign and gets updated on the Hall project; City Board of Equalization meeting held and property valuations are a hot topic; and other items for your reading pleasure.