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05/01/2017

THE MARTIN COUNTY BOARD MEETS TUESDAY AT 4 P.M. THE BOARD WILL HEAR PRESENTATIONS ON THE ROSE LAKE WIND FARM PROJECT AND 2016 ANNUAL MARTIN COUNTY E D A REPORT. COMMISSIONERS CONSIDER REQUESTS FOR REPLACEMENT STAFF FOR THE RECORDER'S AD AUDITOR TREASURER'S OFFICE AND RE-CONSIDER OFFICE SPACE FOR THE COUNTY RECORDER, A REQUEST FOR WORK WITH HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT LABOR AT MARTIN COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS AND CONSIDER BIDS FOR WATERPROOFING BASEMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES BUILDING. THE BOARD ALSO CONSIDERS AN AMENDED F-M TRANSIT BOARD JOINT POWERS AGREEMENT AND ESTABLISHING A BUDGET COMMITTEE AND A RETIREE RECOGNITION BOARD AT TUESDAY'S MEETING THE MARTIN COUNTY COURTHOUSE.

ST. JAMES COUNCIL

THE ST. JAMES CITY COUNCIL MEETS TUESDAY NIGHT AT 5:30 PM. THE COUNCIL WILL ACT ON STREET SEAL COATING BIDS, 9TH ST. ROAD CLOSURE REQUEST, LYLE SCHROEDER FIELD PLANS AND SOUTH CENTRAL ELECTRIC MUTUAL AID AGREEMENT. THE COUNCIL WILL ACT ON ACCEPTANCE OF FINANCIAL GIFT FROM THE ST. JAMES LIONS CLUB FOR THE BIKE SAFETY PROGRAM AND HANGING BASKETS, SOUTHWEST MINNESOTA HOUSING PROGRAM GRANT DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT AND HOT DOG DAYS REQUEST AT TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING AT THE ST. JAMES COMMUNITY BUILDING.


ROD HALVORSEN
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