Twin Valley City Council News & Notes from May 10th Meeting
Twin Valley, MN — The Twin Valley City Council held their regular monthly meeting on Monday night at the Twin Valley Community Center. The meeting began with the annual audit report from Hoffman, Phillip, and Martell. The audit report, according to Twin Valley Mayor Ben Fall, showed no major discrepancies and the city appears to be in excellent financial shape.
The council also heard from a representative from Maguire Iron on a proposal to repaint the water tower. The water tower was last repainted over 20 years ago. Mayor Fall says they approved a contract to repaint it in 2022 at a price of $123,450.
And the council got an update in the Public Works report on the new camping spots being installed between the Liquor Store and the Public Works shop. Fall says those campsites should be operational sometime around June and will be available to rent at a cost of $100 a week.
In other news from this week’s Twin Valley City Council meeting, the Police Department reported that they issued roughly a dozen citations for blight this month and the council approved a handful of building permits and a pair of gambling permits.