Tag: City of Ada

Pair of Eagle Scout Projects Add to Beautification Efforts for the City of Ada

Ada, MN — The Eagle Scouts continue to be a great resource for beautification projects for the city of Ada, which just gave the green light for another two projects at their September meeting. Tony Roesch and Gannon Rockstad came to the council seeking donations for individual projects, one of which will pay tribute to…
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October 5, 2021 0

City of Ada to Hold Public Hearing Tuesday for Potential Housing Rehab Grant

Ada, MN — The City of Ada will host a public hearing at the beginning of their regular council meeting on Tuesday to discuss a $600,000 home rehabilitation grant the city has applied for with help from the Minnesota Housing Authority. If the city were to be awarded the grant, that $600,000 would be available…
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October 4, 2021 0

Cold Weather Rule Takes Effect in October

Ada, MN — As fall settles in, temps will soon be cooling down and furnaces and heating devices will be firing up, driving up utility costs once again. To help those struggling to afford costly utility bills, the state of Minnesota enacted the Cold Weather Rule, which protects those who make efforts to pay their…
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September 27, 2021 0

City of Ada Continues Water Restrictions Despite Recent Rainfalls

Ada, MN — The grass may be greener but that doesn’t mean water restrictions will be ending in the city of Ada and area communities anytime soon. Even after more than a handful of inches of rain has fallen in the past two weeks, Ada Public Works Director Brian Rasmussen says the city, and more…
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September 3, 2021 0

Dekko Community Center Hosting More Wiffleball, Volleyball, and Bike Riding Events

Ada, MN — The Dekko Community Center has several great opportunities coming up next month for community members to get outside, get active, and have some fun! The Dekko Summer Sand Volleyball League just wrapped up for the summer, but there is still time to play in the sand. Dekko Director Brianna Eggen says they…
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August 27, 2021 0

Ada Area Promotions Committee Hands Over Spec Building Keys to Barrick Family Farm

Ada, MN — The Ada Area Promotions Committee officially handed over the keys to their spec building to the Barrick Family Farm during a ceremony on Thursday afternoon. It was mostly ceremonial in nature, as Barrick has already moved in early to prepare their offices. Alex Barrick says the building crossed off not only their…
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August 26, 2021 0

Ada City Council Deliberates 2022 Levy Increases & American Rescue Plan Funding

Ada, MN — The Ada City Council spent some significant time discussing next year’s budget at their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday night, one month ahead of when the preliminary tax levy needs to be submitted. The council has approved levy increases of 5% for the past three years, but previous to that had nearly…
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August 11, 2021 0

City of Ada Bans Non-essential Outdoor Water Usage

Ada, MN — The City of Ada is stepping up their efforts to further conserve water during the ongoing drought. Previously the city had limited lawn watering to essentially every other day, but now is banning all non-essential outdoor water usage. City of Ada Public Works Director Brian Rasmusson says that includes lawn watering, filling…
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August 5, 2021 0

City of Ada National Night Out Draws Hundreds for Food and Conversation

Ada, MN — The City of Ada Police Department, along with a number of other participating agencies, and Ada Chamber of Commerce held their annual National Night Out on Tuesday, August 3rd at the Norman County Fairgrounds in Ada. The event appeared to be another success as hundreds came to mingle with local law enforcement,…
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August 4, 2021 0

City of Ada Puts Water Restrictions in Place; Asks Residents to Conserve Water

Ada, MN — The City of Ada is now joining a long list of cities asking residents to conserve water during this stretch of drought. As part of the restrictions being mandated by the state, residents on the east side of town are only allowed to water their lawn on even days of the month…
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July 22, 2021 0