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by Dawn Feddersen-Poindexter Contributing Writer Otsego City Council members received an update on right-of-way negotiations with property owners affected by the 70th Street expansion project at their regular meeting on March 24. City Attorney Andrew MacArthur told the council that the owners of the 20 parcels requiring right-of-way acquisition have received written offers. Most acquisitions [...]

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by Dawn Feddersen-Poindexter Contributing Writer The Otsego City Council kicked off the new year discussing two large building projects in the city at their meeting on Jan. 13. City Administrator Lori Johnson announced a new 300,000-square-foot distribution center for Ruan Transportation Management Systems that is in the works for the Gateway North Business Center near [...]

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n Agreement part of pact with other communities to   expand the service   by Dawn Fedderson-Poindexter Contributing writer The Otsego City Council agreed to expand RiverRider Transportation in the city at their meeting on Oct. 14. The agreement was in conjunction with Albertville, Hanover, and St. Michael, who also agreed to expand River Rider [...]

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by Dawn Feddersen-Poindexter Contributing writer The Otsego City Council approved plans for 16 new homes in the RiverPointe housing addition in the southeastern corner of the city at their regular meeting on May 28. ProspectPointe, the newest addition to the RiverPointe neighborhood, will be located off of Radford Avenue on a soon-to-be built street, 58th [...]

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by Dawn Feddersen-Poindexter Contributing writer The Otsego City Council decided to modify the appointment process for its advisory commissions, which has resulted in a larger-than-usual number of appointments needing to be filled. The Parks and Recreation Commission is looking to fill four seats, the Planning Commission and Police Commission each have three open seats, and [...]

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by Dawn Feddersen-Poindexter  Contributing writer The Otsego City Council welcomed a new council member and approved an agreement to build three soccer fields in Prairie Park at the Monday, Jan. 14 meeting. New Council Member Jason Warehime, along with returning Mayor Jessica Stockamp and Council Member Doug Schroeder, were sworn in for new terms in [...]

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by Dawn Feddersen-Poindexter Contributing writer The Otsego City Council decided Nov. 26 to establish a subcommittee to help determine a clear vision for the usage of the Prairie Center and create rules and regulations governing those uses. In addition to two staff members and two council members, the council is looking to add three Otsego [...]

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by Dawn Feddersen-Poindexter Contributing writer The Otsego City Council agreed to allow bars and restaurants to sell alcohol until 2 a.m. at their regular meeting Nov. 13. Recently opened Cowboy Jack’s had asked the city to change the hours allowed by a city-granted liquor license. Previously, city ordinance had allowed establishments to serve alcohol until [...]

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