Stacy City Council

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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Chisago County Engineer Joe Triplett was asked to attend the Dec. 10 Stacy City Council meeting to address some dissatisfaction with the changes to the intersection of Forest Boulevard and Stacy Trail. Triplett had sent the council a memo that detailed three revisions of the configuration of the intersection and proposed changes. Part of Triplett’s [...]

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The city of Stacy has a new contract city engineer. Mark Statz, also employed by Stantec, took over for Chuck Schwartz earlier this month. Statz introduced himself and made a brief report to the council at its Sept. 10 meeting. Statz’s resume shows the same study background and work experience that Schwartz has. “I have [...]

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Noise from Royal Concrete Pipe on the docket The Stacy City Council held a special meeting Aug. 27 to address unfinished business from the Aug. 13 regular meeting. On the table were revisions to ordinances that the council has struggled with over the past few months. The easiest of the three to deal with was [...]

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The Stacy City Council held a special meeting Aug. 27 to address unfinished business from the Aug. 13 regular meeting. On the table were revisions to ordinances that the council has struggled with over the past few months. The easiest of the three to deal with was resolution 2013-8-2, approving the Chisago Lakes Joint Sewage [...]

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