Twin Valley City Council News & Notes from April 12th Meeting
Twin Valley, MN — The Twin Valley City Council held their regular monthly meeting on Monday night at the Twin Valley Community Center. At the meeting the council heard from Ulteig Engineering on a proposed sewer and paving project in the Harold’s Court addition. The total project is around $4 million dollars, according to estimates, but Twin Valley Mayor Ben Fall says they’ve been exploring it for more than a decade and funding may be available.
The project if it were to go through would not begin until at least next year.
The council approved a quote on Monday from Deep Roots Land Service to move the volleyball court over to the east side of the splash park. Mayor Fall says it is currently in an unsafe location and as a result is not utilized.
During the citizen’s forum, the council heard from a property owner seeking a $1000 demolition grant. While the council appreciated the work they were doing, Fall says the council did not approve it because they already received a grant for a demolition on the same parcel of property last year.
Mayor Fall did note that they plan to revisit the policy in the future to see if adjustments need to be made.
The Twin Valley City Council also approved sponsorships for the Wild Rice Peacemakers, All School Reunion Committee, Post-Prom, and the Mudslingers ATV Club.