The East Bethel City Council Oct. 2 voted 4-1 to give city employees a 2 percent wage increase for each year of a three-year labor agreement running from Jan. 1, 2014 through Dec. 31, 2016.
East Bethel City Council
The East Bethel City Council April 3 voted unanimously to declare a historic schoolhouse that was moved to Booster East Park in 2010 as surplus property and put it up for sale.
The East Bethel City Council voted 4-1 March 6 against changing the city’s current practice of transcribing council meeting minutes verbatim and instead creating summary minute reports.
The city of East Bethel’s new website is up and running, having finally gone online Feb. 14.
In its ongoing effort to find a way to keep the city’s tax levy from increasing at all in 2013, the East Bethel City Council may actually end up with a levy amount that is less than the current year’s.
The city of East Bethel will soon be replacing its 15-year-old, storm-damaged billboard at the intersection of Highway 65 and Viking Boulevard with a new electronic reader board.
The city of East Bethel is replacing two of its fire engines and will have the new equipment within a year, according to Fire Chief Mark DuCharme.
The East Bethel City Council July 18 hired a contractor for the reconstruction of multiple streets within the Coon Lake Beach neighborhood as well as the overlay of two roads elsewhere in East Bethel.
There was a lot of interest at the Linwood Town Board meeting June 26 as Peter Schaub of Great River Energy presented the final route for the extension of the 69 kilovolt (kV) transmission line from Athens Township to the Martin Lake substation on Typo Creek Drive NE (CR-85).