Cambridge City Council
Plans to bring a Mills Fleet Farm to Cambridge keep moving forward. During the Cambridge City Council meeting Monday, Sept. 17, the council approved the actions taken at the Cambridge Planning Commission meeting on Sept. 5. Bruce Buxton, project engineer for Mills Fleet Farm, appeared before council...Read More
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Council will continue to work to decrease levy by December Noting the 2013 budget is still a “work in progress,” the Cambridge City Council approved a 5 percent preliminary levy increase during its council meeting Tuesday, Sept. 4. Director of Finance Caroline Moe presented the preliminary 2013 ...Read More
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The city of Cambridge is planning on purchasing a small property for the development of a future well. During the council meeting Monday, Aug. 20, City Administrator Lynda Woulfe explained she has been negotiating with Benk, Inc. for the purchase of .64 acres for well site number 9. The site is part...Read More
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The process of bringing an Aldi grocery store to Cambridge continues to move forward. During the Cambridge City Council meeting Monday, Aug. 6, the council approved a professional services proposal from Terracon Consultant, Inc. to provide Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) services on the proposed...Read More
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Plans to upgrade the wastewater treatment facility in Cambridge continue to move forward. During the Cambridge City Council meeting Monday, July 16, the council approved to move forward in the process by having SEH prepare plans and specifications for the needed improvements for a fee of $986,800. T...Read More
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The grocery store Aldi could soon be opening in Cambridge. The Cambridge City Council approved a letter of intent for Aldi Inc. to purchase a 2.2 acre site at the corner of Hwy. 95 and Balsam Street at its regular meeting Monday, July 2. According to the letter of intent submitted by Welsh Company f...Read More
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The Cambridge City Council approved several resolutions during its June 18 meeting relating to an expansion planned by Water Works Manufacturing, the parent company of Cambridge Metals & Plastics (CMP). City Administrator Lynda Woulfe explained staff has been working with Water Works Manufacturi...Read More
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