Harris City Council
The following actions and discussion points were addressed at the Oct. 21 Harris City Council meeting. Roads were once again on the agenda at the Harris City Council meeting. This time it had to do with the county turning back roads to the city. It is part of a 20-year plan in which the county [...]...Read More
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The Harris City Council on Aug. 12 hired a Grandy man as the city’s new, full-time public works employee. Matt Fehrman, father of three with a wedding planned, has worked at his present position in building maintenance at a Cambridge manufacturing firm for the last six years. He has experience on ...Read More
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The city of Harris is on the road again as it continues to move forward on an array of street repairs. Some were dealt with on Monday, July 8; others were pushed forward to get exact costs of the projects. The first dealt with was the restoration of 438th Street. A paving contractor was consulted [....Read More
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The following actions and discussion points were addressed at the June 10 Harris City Council meeting: City audit raises no  red flags The city’s auditor presented the 2012 audit to the Harris City Council. This time, the usual is a good thing. The auditor, Dennis Oberloh of Oberloh and Associate...Read More
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The following actions and discussion points were addressed at the May 13 Harris City Council meeting: Public works position still vacant As the summer season gets closer, the city of Harris has not yet hired a Public Works Department employee. That means there is currently no one to mow the grass on...Read More
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The following actions and discussion points were addressed at the April 8 Harris City Council meeting. Gambling ordinance, dealing with complaints The first discussion points before the Harris City Council Monday night were items that the Planning Commission had been working on. The gambling ordinan...Read More
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The Harris City Council on March 11 learned about the steps necessary to stay in compliance with the wellhead protection plan as required by the state of Minnesota. Presenting a review of the issue was Robyn Hoerr, groundwater specialist with the Minnesota Rural Water Association. The city is requir...Read More
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