Twin Valley City Council News & Notes from August 9th Meeting
Twin Valley, MN — The Twin Valley City Council held their regular monthly meeting on Monday night, August 9th at the Twin Valley Community Center. At the meeting, the council approved entering into an agreement with Ulteig Engineering to conduct a feasibility study for an infrastructure project that incudes upgrades for the northwest corner of town. Twin Valley Mayor Ben Fall says it was the first step in moving forward with an approximately $4.2 million project.
The council reported at the meeting the new splash park has been up and running for close to a month now. Mayor Fall says it’s been a big hit with the community and encourages everyone to enjoy it while the weather is hot.
The City of Twin Valley earlier this month passed a resolution encouraging residents to restrict water during the ongoing drought. Fall notes that there are no specific restrictions, but they ask residents to avoid watering lawns and unnecessary usage.
And the city council approved purchasing 1996 Rescue Truck for the Fire Department. Mayor Falls the price is right and will better suit the needs of the department compared to their current rescue truck.
The Twin Valley City Council also approved hiring for a General Custodian position, approved the purchase and installation of a new glass door for the Liquor Store, approved a gambling permit for Legion.