North Branch City Council
Approving the 2014 city budget and property tax levy at the North Branch City Council meeting Monday was just a formality, as the legwork had been done at numerous meetings starting in July. Following a discussion that took less than five minutes, the council approved the budget and levy. The levy i...Read More
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In a brief meeting Monday night, the North Branch City Council reviewed the city’s proposed 2014 budget and property tax levy for the second to last time. The budget and property tax levy are both nearly identical to the amounts approved last year. The 2013 final property tax levy was $4,115,811, ...Read More
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Not often does a decision by the North Branch City Council elicit a round of applause and cheers, but that was the case Monday night. The vote that had the crowd clapping: a unanimous decision to ban asphalt plants, both permanent and temporary, within city limits. The Planning Commission and the co...Read More
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If the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources deems North Branch’s trail application to be its top candidate, a 3.75-mile trail extension from North Branch and Harris would be constructed. At the North Branch City Council meeting Monday, the council unanimously voted to pursue $1.2 million in L...Read More
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Taxpayers in North Branch likely won’t notice much of a change in the city portion of their property tax statements next year. By a 4-0 vote — Mayor Ron Lindquist was absent for the meeting — the council on Monday approved the preliminary budget and property tax levy for 2014. The total levy i...Read More
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Residents who live in the Lucht’s Crossing development in North Branch approached the North Branch City Council Aug. 26 with a list of complaints about a mound of rubble that has been in the area since the Green Acres County Care Center was demolished two years ago. Resident Stephanie Johnson said...Read More
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