Twin Valley City Council News & Notes from July 12th Meeting
Twin Valley, MN — The Twin Valley City Council held their regular monthly meeting on Monday night, July 12th at the Twin Valley Community Center. At the meeting, the council approved the sale of a lot in the Herold’s Addition through their buy one, get one free lot incentive program. Twin Valley Mayor Ben Fall talks more about the sale and their highly competitive lot program in Herold’s Court.
In the Herold’s Addition is the new City Splash Park. The council received an update on that project at this week’s meeting. Mayor Fall says depending on contractors, it could be up and running this week.
And that area near the Splash Park and to the north of the school has been seeing an increase in traffic and pedestrians this year. To help provide additional safety, the council took the recommendation of the police chief to lower the speed limits in those areas.
The city of Twin Valley has been busy preparing for the annual Town and Country Days this weekend. Mayor Fall says city crews have been working hard and he is looking forward to seeing new and old faces in town for all the events.
In other news from this week’s meeting, the Twin Valley City Council also approved a variance request for Kevin Ruud, approved spending up to $9,500 on a new Auto Fry machine and a new Point of Sale system for the Twin Valley Liquor Stores, and accepted donations from the Gary One Fund Drive.