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Brownton/Stewart

11/20/2019 - 11:29am
Another construction company is causing headaches for yet another McLeod County city. But this time, it’s not R&R Construction and it’s not Glencoe or Brownton having issues. This time it’s the city of Stewart and LaTour Construction Inc., the general contractor for the city’s streets and utilities project. The Stewart City Council tabled the decision on what to pay LaTour Construction for...
10/30/2019 - 10:31am
If it doesn’t cost too much money, Brownton City Councilors might hire a consultant to help them determine possible changes to the city’s employee salary schedule. At a special meeting Monday evening, Oct. 28, Mayor Norm Schwarze was the first to suggest the council look at the cost of hiring a consultant, but it wasn’t until later in the meeting...
10/30/2019 - 10:23am
A former Brownton police officer will spend 60 days in jail and serve two years on probation as part of his sentence for electronically soliciting a child to engage in sexual contact. McLeod County District Court Judge Jody Winters sentenced Jacob Lee Binnebose to jail time and probation Tuesday morning, Oct. 29, in McLeod County District Court....
10/30/2019 - 10:23am
A former Brownton police officer will spend 60 days in jail and serve two years on probation as part of his sentence for electronically soliciting a child to engage in sexual contact. McLeod County District Court Judge Jody Winters sentenced Jacob Lee Binnebose to jail time and probation Tuesday morning, Oct. 29, in McLeod County District Court....
10/16/2019 - 12:33pm
The Stewart City Council made brief work of a diverse agenda at a meeting Monday night, Oct. 14. Council members discussed MNSPECT contract issues and voted to retain 2.5 percent from the 2018-2019 infrastructure improvement project. Councilor Curt Glaeser pointed out to the rest of the city council that the MNSPECT contract, which the council...
10/09/2019 - 9:37am
The Brownton City Council took action to save over $150,000 over the next 16 years by refinancing two bonds on recommendation of the city’s bond placement agent, Northland Securities, Inc. With two bonds totaling $2,093,000 left to pay, Brownton councilors decided to combine and refinance the bonds with an average interest rate of 2.47 percent,...
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