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WADENA CITY COUNCIL

The funds help cover the cost of a utility extension to the new Tri-County Health Care facility.
With 75% of bonds expected to be paid in 10 years, it leaves room for new projects to come on board.
Expect grinding, sandblasting, welding and painting as part of the refurbishment of the tower this summer.
More steps are taken to start work on Greewood Avenue and a public hearing is planned for work on Third Street NW at 6 p.m. on June 1.

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Wadena City Library branch manager Renee Frethem said she’s “really super excited” about the additional community offerings at the new location.
The new software comes at a cost of about $23,000 annually.
While some oppose the recent addition of two-hour parking, several business owners are asking for more.
Olivia, Minn., candidate turned down offer for job. Council looks to candidate from Henning.
Tri-County Health Care is estimated to see over $1 million in savings with these abatement and interest rate reducations.
The field will be narrowed before a group of 2-4 make an appearance before the council.

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Actual assessments are to be determined. Actions following the meeting may be to award bids for the estimated $4.8 million project.
Actual assessments are to be determined. Actions following the meeting may be to award bids for the estimated $4.8 million project.
Actual assessments are to be determined. Actions following the meeting may be to award bids for the estimated $4.8 million project.

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