Government
Mille Lacs County Administrator Roxy Traxler has been chosen by the Sibley County Board as the finalist for the job of Sibley County administrator. The decision came Wednesday, Feb. 25 on a 3-2 vote by the Sibley County Board. Traxler was one of three people interviewed Monday, Feb. 23 during a spec...Read More
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The board approved a resolution for a five-year bridge replacement plan. The resolution refers to seven bridges in the county as being “deficient” that would require rehabilitation or replacement and also that the county doesn’t have the necessary funding, and that work wouldn’t start until ...Read More
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The board again tabled action on a proposal for making the Mille Lacs County auditor-treasurer’s position be appointed rather than elected. The county had  the topic on its Feb. 3 meeting agenda, but continued the meeting until a special meeting on Feb. 11 to discuss it. After a long discussion o...Read More
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Rachel Kytonen Isanti County News The state’s transportation infrastructure is aging. With roads and bridges 60 to 70 years old and deteriorating, and congestion worsening, U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan understands transportation issues are a concern. Nolan, who represents the 8th Congressional District, e...Read More
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The union grievance that Mille Lacs County Attorney Mark Herzing filed against the county has reached step 3. The county has not disclosed what the grievance is that Herzing filed through the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees union, but it likely has to do with Herzing hav...Read More
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If the walls of the ornately oak-trimmed rotunda in the historic Mille Lacs County courthouse could talk, they might be whispering about the proposed new layout of offices there. The county commissioners have talked about reorganizing for nearly a year now. The conversation continued the morning of ...Read More
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