Twin Valley City Council Talks Blight & Beautification

Twin Valley City Council Talks Blight & Beautification

March 9, 2021 News -- KRJB-KRJM-KKCQ 0

Twin Valley, MN — The Twin Valley City Council held their regular monthly meeting on Monday night at the Twin Valley Community Center.  Blight, beautification, and property clean up were amongst the principal agenda items covered this month. A special meeting was held prior to the meeting to address complaints of blight at a former service station. The owner did attend, so Twin Valley Mayor Ben Fall says they’ll work on the next course of action.

Spring Clean Up Day for the city of Twin Valley has been set for April 21st. Mayor Fall is encouraging all citizens to utilize the opportunity to clean up and beautify their property as this will be a busy summer for the city.

While it may no longer be an issue for this year as winter appears to be over, the Twin Valley City Council approved a policy to provide guidance on how to address frozen water and sewer lines.

And after some feedback from the Public Works Director, the council decided it was time to make an upgrade on their garbage containers around town. Mayor Fall says the new ones are on the expensive side, but should look more appealing and be long lasting.

The Twin Valley City Council also approved raffle permits for the Wild Rice Conservation Club and All-School Reunion.