New Hampton City council

A leak to the main pipe side of the New Hampton water tower was called in earlier this month, and City Council members discussed how to proceed with the issue at last week’s meeting.The City Water Tower Committee was contacted prior to work starting and gave verbal approval.A one-page contract to...
New Hampton City Council heard several comments at a public hearing Monday for the second reading of an ordinance allowing firework sales as a zoning exception in a commercial (C-1) district.The business seeking to set up under the ordinance, Flashing Thunder Fireworks out of Mitchell, is proposing...
The New Hampton City Council last week gave the go-ahead to Precision of New Hampton to begin work on a project that will create more office space at the west-side Industrial Park manufacturer.But the agenda item sparked discussion about New Hampton’s rules that required businesses to receive...
After two lengthy discussions, the New Hampton City Council on Monday night decided to keep the status quo when it comes to its garbage pickup system.Council members first discussed the issue of switching to a bin system on March 5, but because that meeting occurred on a snowy night, Jendro...
The New Hampton City Council approved moving forward Monday night with the seal coat project for an estimated 6,317 square yards.Street Superintendent Jr. Mai said this time it will be a relatively small project with a bigger project next year.He also said the city didn't do a project like this...
The proposed renovations to the New Hampton Municipal Pool took a giant step forward Monday night when the City Council approved selling $400,000 bonds to help pay for the project. The 4-1 vote came after a lengthy discussion about the renovations and what kind of impact they would have on the pool...
The New Hampton City Council voted Monday night to replace a water main on a one-block stretch of West Court Street in an effort to cure water issues area residents are experiencing.Council members considered two options as part of its 2017 Street Improvement Plan.The first option would be to crack...
After more than five months of discussions and a couple of revisions, the New Hampton City Council on Monday night finally wrapped up its work on the city’s new golf cart ordinance.Council members passed the third and final reading of the ordinance that will allow golf carts and UTVs on city...
The golf cart ordinance passed its second reading by the New Hampton City Council with Councilmembers Jill Eike and Cory McDonald voting against.The ordinance would allow golf carts and utility vehicles to be on most city streets as long as they meet the requirements of the ordinance.For the...
The New Hampton City Council discussed a grievance procedure that was brought to the council by New Hampton City Police Officer Doug Eagan.A contract offered to the police officers of New Hampton that states when an opening in the schedule forms, the days need to be offered first to any policeman...

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