Stacy City Council

What really got Stacy residents to pack City Hall for the August regular meeting Aug. 14 was the safety of area youth. Michelle Kok, a resident of Stacy’s Fox Tail Woods development, addressed the council in the public comment time. “People are driving way too fast,” Kok said. She estimated there are 70 children living [...]

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The Minnesota Legislature passed a new minimum wage law during this year’s session. Minimum wage for large employers must increase to $8 on Aug. 1 of this year, $9 on Aug. 1, 2015, and to $9.50 on Aug. 1, 2016. The Stacy City Council considered at its July 8 regular meeting whether the city would [...]

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Stacy Lions Club representatives Jerry Schroeder and Dan Eberle are working on obtaining the necessary permissions for Stacy residents to down a few brews during Stacy Daze, Aug. 1-3. The Lions presented their plan for a beer garden in Lions Park. Schroeder explained the beer garden boundaries, outlining an area encompassing nearly one side of [...]

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The Stacy City Council met June 10 and considered for the third time how to bill combined water rates in cases where a residential property has both an indoor meter and an outdoor irrigation meter. The council also settled an issue that City Account Clerk Lynda Schmidt had brought to the table. “The city account [...]

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The Stacy City Council public comment period turned again to the topic of Royal Concrete and Pipeline at the council’s May 13 meeting. Teri Kaslow, who lives near the business, read from her notes. Kaslow reminded the council of her appearance at the April 8 council meeting. “Royal Concrete is out of hibernation,” Kaslow had [...]

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City Engineer Mark Statz told the City Council, at its April 8 meeting, USDA Rural Water Development is requesting the city bring in a mobile water plant to prove a planned water treatment facility would effectively solve the problem of radium in the city’s water. Statz quoted the cost to improve the city infrastructure at [...]

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