Braham City Council

Braham City Council approved the renewal of a five-year sanitation agreement with East Central Sanitation and Recycling during its March 4 meeting. The agreement includes a 2-2.5 percent price increase that would be effective July 1. Current in-city waste removal rates range from $10.30 to $18.30 before state sanitation taxes, and there hasn’t been an [...]

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The city of Braham and Grasston are seeking grant funds for homeowners and business owners interested in improving their property from the Minnesota Department of Employment & Economic Development’s (DEED’s) Small Cities Development Program (SCDP) which is funded by the United States Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD). To receive funding, the city must [...]

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Re-elected Mayor Patricia Carlson, council member Vicky Ethen, and council member Jeremy Kunshier were sworn in at the Braham City Council meeting on Monday, Jan. 7. In other action, the council: • Accepted PICK Properties, LCC Letter of Intent to purchase Lot 2, Block 1, Braham Industrial Park, Braham, MN with the exception of the [...]

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The Truth in Taxation Meeting was held at the Braham City Hall, Tuesday, Dec. 4. The proposed Final 2013 Levy is $530,535. This is the second year of a 0 percent levy increase for city of Braham property taxes. There were no changes in the proposed Final 2013 Budget from the Preliminary 2013 Budget adopted [...]

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The Braham City Council reviewed the Minnesota Department of Health Lead/Copper Tap Water Monitoring Report at its Nov. 13 meeting. The public water system has not exceeded the action level for lead and has not exceeded the action level for copper. The council agreed that Police Chief Knowles should advertise to hire additional part-time police [...]

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The Braham City Council held a public hearing for the Braham Area Community Center during the Braham City Council meeting Tuesday, Oct. 2. A public hearing is a requirement for all open DEED grants. Many members of the community, who have been working on the community center for six years, came to show their support [...]

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Residents in the city of Braham will see no change to the city’s portion of their property taxes in 2013. During the Braham City Council meeting Tuesday, Sept. 4, the council approved no change to the preliminary 2013 levy. City Administrator Sally Hoy noted, “this is the second year of a 0 percent increase in [...]

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