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City council considers ATV regulations

WORTHINGTON -- The first reading of proposed regulations on all-terrain vehicle (ATV) use on city streets was approved Monday night during the Worthington City Council's regular meeting.. Police Chief Troy Appel and Sgt. Brett Wiltrout presented ...

WORTHINGTON - The first reading of proposed regulations on all-terrain vehicle (ATV) use on city streets was approved Monday night during the Worthington City Council’s regular meeting.. Police Chief Troy Appel and Sgt. Brett Wiltrout presented their plan for regulating use. After asking a few questions and requesting two minor clarifications, council members voted unanimously in favor of the proposal.

The council also voted to renew Worthington Police Department’s agreement with the Minnesota Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force through May 2024, which will focus primarily on apprehending individuals involved in child pornography.

Also on the agenda was approval to advertise for bids to replace the manholes on the industrial sanitary sewer line. Bids will be collected until March 22 and considered at the following city council meeting.

 

For more of this story, see Wednesday's print edition and dglobe.com.

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