Stacy City Council

Stacy resident Michelle Kok appeared at the Oct. 14 regular Stacy City Council meeting on behalf of neighbors in the Foxtail Woods development. Kok was following up on the issue of speeding that was brought to the council in August. Kok said an improvement that lowered the speed of traffic in the area happened when […]

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The following actions and discussion points were addressed at the Oct. 14 Stacy City Council meeting.  • City Clerk Sharon Payne presented a “just in case” agreement to cover legal representation in city attorney Peter Grundhoefer’s absence. Grundhoefer’s law partner, Ted Allegro, is handling the law practice alone for the time being and was cognizant […]

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Lent Town Board Supervisor Gene Olson paid a call to the Stacy City Council Sept. 10 to ask about some perhaps un-neighborly activity along Fir Trail that had been reported to the township. Olson also brought pictures. Olson said that the owners of the Sunrise Estates Mobile Home Park had approached the township with a […]

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The Stacy City Council spent considerable time during its August meeting discussing security and safety issues following reports of burglaries around town. There was some follow-up after a fact-finding expedition at the September council meeting. Stacy Mayor Mark Utecht reported he had approached one security company asking what might be the cost to install at […]

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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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