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Twin Valley City Council News & Notes from May 13th Meeting

By Mark Askelson markkrjb@loretel.net (5/14/19)

Twin Valley, MN -- It was a light agenda for this month’s Twin Valley City Council held on Monday night, but there’s still lots of activity happening. For starters, the council picked up some discussion on another possible alternative use for the Wimmer cabins. Twin Valley Mayor Ben Fall says they’re going to look into what it would cost to make a few of those units available for short-term stays.

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The city council also brought up discussion of the Lot Incentive Program for the Harold’s Court Addition and whether or not any changes need to be made. Mayor Fall says it’s a great program and there’s no need to change anything.

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And speaking of the Splash Park, the city of Twin Valley is hoping to break ground on that soon. Fall says fundraising efforts continue to go well and he encourages community members to show their support for the project.

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Another project that the City of Twin Valley has been exploring is a restaurant addition to the Municipal Liquor Store. Mayor Fall says the bids came in on the high side, so they’re looking to scale it down to find a more suitable price range.

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The Twin Valley City Council meets on the on the 2nd Monday of each month.