Braham City Council

The Fieldhouse Bar & Grill is getting closer to opening for business in Braham. During the Braham City Council meeting Tuesday, Aug. 7, the city council approved an interim use permit for The Fieldhouse to include an outdoor patio. The council also amended The Fieldhouse’s liquor license to include the outdoor patio so alcoholic beverages [...]

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Braham resident Bob Fisk brought an extensively documented argument to the July 9 Braham City Council regarding his concerns about the mosquito spray applied twice a week in summer months. Citing health risks to his family and neighbors, Fisk engaged in a lengthy dialogue with the council which ended with the same recent practice unchanged: [...]

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At the June 12 regular Braham City Council meeting, street projects were primary discussion points. First off, the Horseshoe Meadows 2nd and 4th Addition final wear course projects were checked off when assessments were approved for Appaloosa Court in the 2nd Addition. The city received a very comfortable low bid from Knife River Corporation of [...]

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After holding a special meeting back on April 18 and a public hearing prior to the May 2 regular Braham Council meeting regarding the bituminous wear course problems in the Horseshoe Meadows developments, the council decided to place the assessments on vacant lots in the 4th Addition. The street problems in both the Horseshoe Meadows [...]

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City working with Horseshoe Meadows residents on how to assess funding for top-course road work By Greg Hunt When the economy went in the tank in 2008, one of the extending effects in Braham was a final wear course of asphalt was never laid down on certain roads in the Horseshoe Meadows developments. The question at [...]

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By Greg Hunt A feasibility study recommended by City Engineer Brian Miller to determine how to assess costs for a final paving job on certain Horseshoe Meadows 2nd and 4th Additions streets was approved at the Feb. 6 Braham City Council meeting. As Miller explained, Horseshoe Meadows developer Ivory Street Builders did not lay down [...]

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By Greg Hunt The Braham City Council began 2012 with a new look when Patricia Carlson was sworn in as Mayor at the Jan. 3 meeting. Carlson takes over from Ken Ceaglske who resigned in December after transferring to a new job in Lusk, Wyo. Filling in Carlson’s council seat is appointed Terry Turnquist who [...]

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