Deerwood City Council renews Liquor Licenses, updates Infrastructure Project at May 3rd meeting
By Paul Vold email@example.com (5/5/21)
(Deerwood, MN) — The Deerwood City Council Monday night provided more updates on the Infrastructure Project while establishing Liquor License Renewals during their regular meeting from the Deerwood Auditorium.
Chad Katzenberger addressed the Council on the latest happening on the Infrastructure Project
The Council approved a payment to Rice Lake Construction for Contract B and an agreement with Sourcewell for Community Development Services, while receiving a reimbursement from their USDA Grant totaling $20,140.98.
City Clerk Lee Russell presented to the Council a resolution for three parcels of land needed for Land Reclassification.
The three parcels were classified as Non-Conservation with a Future Land Sale to be determined. Approval was also given for a 3-month contract extension for May Custom Realty with a price reduction, and liquor licenses were renewed for the Deerwood American Legion, Cuyuna Rolling Hills golf Course, Coach’s corner Bar, and The Deerstand.
Deerwood Police Chief Mark Taylor updated the Council on the latest phone scams.
City Clerk Lee Russell noted to the Council on their current stance with Pay Equity Compliance and her absence for a Clerk’s Conference mid-June.
The City is also beginning the planning of Deerwood’s 150th anniversary Celebration, set to be July 7-10, 2022.
The Deerwood City Council is next scheduled to meet Monday, May 17th at 6pm from the Deerwood Auditorium.