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.
East Bethel City Council
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).
East Bethel is in the process of looking for a new building official.
To cut down on the inconvenience of road work for two consecutive years in the same general area, the East Bethel City Council April 18 decided to move some 2013 Coon Lake Beach neighborhood road projects to 2012.
The city of East Bethel will be repairing a number of roads this summer. The list of roads that need a new seal coat, cracks sealed or new striping was approved April 4 by the East Bethel City Council.
The East Bethel City Council wants to shut down the Castle Towers wastewater treatment plant and move to a Metropolitan Council sewer treatment system in the northern part of the city.
The city of East Bethel learned a few weeks ago that it earned a $702,000 grant from the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) to construct a service road on the west side of Highway 65 from 215th to 221st avenues in 2013.