Stacy City Council

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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Stacy Councilor Cindy Bruss returned to her elected seat April 8 after a lengthy absence. Bruss was welcomed back by her colleagues and city employees with a round of applause. Shortly after retaking her seat, she and the rest of the council were presented with an issue that has been before the council at numerous [...]

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The Stacy Council opened its regular meeting March 11 with several additions to the agenda and Councilor Michael Carlson acting as mayor in the absence of a vacationing Mayor Mark Utecht. Foxtail Woods City Clerk Sharon Payne was asked to pull the Foxtail Woods development agreement. The city received a formal request to turn back [...]

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The following actions and discussion points were addressed at the Feb. 11 Stacy City Council meeting.  New playground approved at Doyle Field With a full council and numerous additions to the agenda, the Stacy City Council opened the February regular meeting with a small audience of interested parties. Up first were representatives of the Stacy Lions [...]

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The Stacy City Council opened 2014 with numerous carryover items from 2013 and little public fanfare. The council reviewed city finances at the beginning of the meeting. Councilor Jim Ness said he was surprised by what appeared to be a $2,000 charge for purchase of safety glasses. Ness estimated he could buy 100 pairs for [...]

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