New Hampton City council

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...
The New Hampton City Council decided Monday night against holding the third reading for the proposed golf cart ordinance because of concerns heard from the public as well as the council on safety regulations.New Hampton resident Tony Trower asked about adding turning signals and brake lights to the...
Since filing for a Nutrient Reduction Strategy Plan the New Hampton City Council will be looking for an exemption from the DNR that would delay the city having to pay for a number of years.However, to receive exemptions, the DNR looks into the city’s sewer rates and New Hampton is below the state’s...
The vote for the golf cart ordinance was tabled at the last City Council meeting, but the first reading of the ordinance was approved on Monday night.Leisure Time Golf Cars owner Nick Noehl supplied a list of 50 names that are in favor of passing the ordinance to the New Hampton City Council.Mayor...
The New Hampton City Council, once again, discussed the possibility of creating an ordinance allowing golf carts on the streets of New Hampton.City Attorney Kevin Kennedy said he and New Hampton Police Chief Mike Anderson talked over the suggested ordinance, including things they thought were...
For Deb Larsen, being mayor of New Hampton all comes down to energy.Reenergizing the city she calls home was one of her campaign touchstones during last winter’s campaign, one which ended when she beat two opponents in a special election.And recently, she talked to a constituent who was brutally...

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