Commissioners decide to avoid eminent domain process
WORTHINGTON — With plans to begin constructing a trail project yet this year along Crailsheim Drive on Worthington’s east side, Nobles County commissioners opted to pay a little more for a land easement to avoid the likely delays of going through eminent domain.
Sources: Cenzano was involved in complaint against Ruppert
WORTHINGTON — A sign on the office door of the Nobles County Emergency Management (EM) Director advises people to contact county administration with emergency management questions. An email sent to county employees advises the same, stating EM Director Emily Cenzano’s phones have already been forwarded to the administrator’s office.
Justine Wettschreck and Julie Buntjer
, March 02, 2012
WORTHINGTON — Nobles County commissioners on Tuesday voted to require a property owner to disconnect recently placed tile because it routes water into a ditch system in which the owner does not pay benefits for service.
WORTHINGTON — Nobles County commissioners took final action on the 2011 budget and levy during their Tuesday morning meeting, making no changes since conducting the public Truth in Taxation hearing a week ago.
The overall budget was approved at $23,405,602, with the property tax levy approved at $9,808,556.
WORTHINGTON — After working on public health issues for more than a decade, Nobles County Commissioner David Benson was honored Wednesday in Brainerd with the 2010 Award for Outstanding Dedication to Local Public Health.
9:25 p.m. update
WORTHINGTON — Nobles County Commissioners met for more than an hour in special session Tuesday morning to take a closer look at options for a multi-county community health services agency, but they still seem no closer to making a decision.
WORTHINGTON — Following the official swearing in ceremony for Gene Foth, appointed to fill the remainder of Norm Gallagher’s term as Commissioner representing District Four, Nobles County Board members moved into an agenda dominated by the 134 wind turbines to be erected this year in four of the county’s townships.
WORTHINGTON — Nobles County Commissioners will spend more than nine hours today in a strategic planning session, meeting with all eight department heads before lunch and then spending the afternoon recapping the presentations and further discussing county issues.
Rotting beams, tipping platform requires bridge to shut down until mid-2010
WORTHINGTON — A bridge closure near Ellsworth and concerns regarding ownership of a bridge over a judicial ditch north of Worthington dominated the discussion at Tuesday morning’s Nobles County Board of Commissioners meeting.
Commissioners approve .6 percent levy increase WORTHINGTON — Commissioners set Nobles County’s not-to-exceed levy at $9,568,807, reflecting a .6 percent increase over the 2009 levy, during their regular board meeting on Tuesday.
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