Harris City Council
New Years equates to new beginnings on the Harris City Council. The first item on the agenda at the Jan. 14 Harris City Council meeting was to swear in the two new council members.  David Maack and Doug Payne start their terms.  Mayor Diane Miller was also re-elected and sworn in at the meeting. ...Read More
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The informational Harris City Council meeting held Nov. 12 to discuss the impact of the traffic created by Tiller Corporation opening a sand processing plant in North Branch was only a work session, so no decisions could be made.  At the regular council meeting Nov. 19, the council again looked at ...Read More
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It was standing room only in the Harris City Council chambers Monday evening when residents came to a work session to listen to the parties involved in the construction and operation of the Tiller Corporation sand plant, which will process sand for fracking.  Some came to listen to how the plant wi...Read More
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Editor’s note: Incorrect information was printed in the original version of this article. This article has since been edited to address those inaccuracies. Twenty-three residents attended the Oct. 15 meeting of the Harris City Council to hear representatives from the Minnesota Pollution Contro...Read More
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The preliminary proposed levy for the city of Harris for the 2013 budget will be sent to the Chisago County assessor in the amount of $500,000. This reflects an increase of $32,500 in the general budget, but the amounts allocated to the Waste Water Treatment Facility (WWTF) and the Water Treatment P...Read More
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By Victoria Dahlin The Harris City Council met Monday, Aug. 13 with City Treasurer Marlys Balfany presenting the proposed 2013 budget. Council members Randy Carlson, Judy Hammerstrom, John Rossini and Mayor Dianne Miller spent a lengthy time going over first the revenue, and then the expenditures in...Read More
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