Twin Valley City Council News & Notes from October 8th Meeting
By Mark Askelson firstname.lastname@example.org (10/9/18)
Twin Valley, MN -- The Twin Valley City Council held their regular monthly meeting on Monday night at the Twin Valley Community Center. The council held a special public hearing prior to the meeting for proposed conditional use permit for a single level property that was zoned commercial, but the owners were living in it. Under the current zoning rules, you can not live in a place of business unless it is on another level. However, Twin Valley Mayor Ben Falls says there was no opposition to at the hearing, so they were granted the conditional use permit.
And after paying for rent and for cleaning of port-a-potties at Heiberg Park for the last couple years, Mayor Fall says the council had some discussions about a more permanent bathroom, which would save money in the long run.
The Twin Valley City Council also accepted a $612 donation from Shock and Awe, approved allowing city employees to donate unused sick time to other employees, approved a $250 donation to the Norman County EDA Launch Event, and approved a building permit.