Twin Valley City Council News & Notes from February 8th Meeting
Twin Valley, MN — The Twin Valley City Council held their regular monthly meeting on Monday night, February 8th. At the meeting the council addressed a nuisance complaint in regards to a property owner who had several unlicensed and not running vehicles in their backlot. Twin Valley Mayor Ben Fall says they hope to work the individual, who occupies a service station, to fix the issue.
In the Public Works report, Mayor Fall says they discussed the cold snap and the possibility of pipes freezing for residents. He encourages homeowners to be proactive and keep an eye on their water temps.
The Twin Valley City Council also heard a report that Riverview Dairy, which is building $70 million operation this summer northeast of town, had purchased the former Lincoln Terrace Apartments and is currently in the process of renovating it to house approximately 75 construction workers. The city is exploring other camping or housing opportunities for the approximately 150 or more sub-contractors who will also be working on the project.
In other news, the council approved a resolution establishing an escrow account to assist the city with propertied destroyed by fire and accepted the retirement of Allen Carlsrud, who served on the Fire Department for the past 30 years.