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: 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.
This week in The Rooster Crows: winter weather comes lightly to Rutland; United Blood Services Rutland blood drive brings in 39 units of red blood; Pherson Simmentals of Rutland and others sold at the Valley City Winter Show; a Brakke wedding celebration helps break the winter blues and brings together family near and far; Runyan farm barnyard fire; an update on the Coteau des Prairies Lodge; reevaluation of Sargent County properties causes a stir; and other tidbits for your reading pleasure.
This week in The Rooster Crows: soybean and corn harvest yields are low due to dry weather and high winds, maneuvering combines through town creates challenges and “oops”, residents travel east and visitors come to town, Legion pancake breakfast Sunday morning, pheasant hunting is true ‘hunting’ this year, the Old Lariat holds up to the high winds while in construction phase, progress continues on The Lodge, road construction proceeds thanks to dry weather, commentary on the upcoming election and Measure #2 proposal to eliminate property tax and more for your reading pleasure.