Stacy City Council

Stacy city maintenance worker Tanner Jones is now supervisor Jones.  The Stacy City Council first offered the position to another candidate, but that person declined the position, opening the door for Jones. Council members said they were pleased Jones accepted, congratulating him and noting several residents had sent the city emails about how fast snow [...]

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  The Stacy city council opened the New Year Jan. 8 with the swearing in of councilor members Jim Ness and Cindy Bruss, and the swearing in of Mayor Mark Utecht to a second term.  Utecht’s first order of business was to address how business is conducted. The mayor had checked Robert’s Rules of Order [...]

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Concerns about radium levels in test wells have Stacy officials considering a water treatment facility. City attorney Peter Grundhoefer reviewed the site description of a potential water treatment facility at the Nov. 13 Stacy City Council meeting.  He advised the council the city has clear ownership to one piece of the lot. He said title [...]

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There was more action on the embattled Foxtail Woods development scene at the Nov. 13 council meeting. A developer interested in re-platting Foxtail Woods approached the Stacy Planning Commission into single-family lots. The developer requested being allowed to combine the preliminary and final plat. The commission responded with a unanimous “no,” but is keen on [...]

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The Stacy City Council recently asked City Attorney Peter Grundhoefer and city maintenance staff to research the possibility of allowing property owners, by ordinance, to handle tree maintenance within city right of ways. Grundhoefer was not comfortable with this request, citing not only safety concerns, but also aesthetic issues. “By allowing homeowners to do this [...]

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Several residents of the Foxtail Woods development came to the Stacy City Council last week asking for a break. They disputed responsibility of a common area city water bill. When all was said and done, the council approved giving them a four-year repayment schedule to pay their portion of the bill. The bill resulted when [...]

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