OWATONNA — The future of the county’s old highway maintenance operations complex on Hoffman Drive will have to be readdressed by the Steele County Board of Commissioners.That’s what Commissioner James Brady, who is also the board chair, said Monday.“It’s going to have to come back to the board,” he said. It’s been more than six months since a bid opening for three metal accessory buildings on the property yielded no results after the county board gave staff authorization to sell them.
BLOOMING PRAIRIE — “The four days of fun.”That’s what Blooming Prairie Mayor H. Peterson is calling the combined celebration of the city’s 150th anniversary and Old-Fashioned Fourth of July that will be marked four days’ worth of food, fun and festivities from July 1 to 4.“We decided to do it all at once so people could have one long weekend and stay in town and enjoy it,” said Becky Noble, Blooming Prairie Area Chamber of Commerce director.
OWATONNA — More than a year after the Steele County Board of Commissioners established a county economic development authority, its advisory board has yet to meet.But Commissioner James Brady, who is also the board chair, said he’s not concerned.“The whole premise of establishing the EDA was to be able to act on something that came up quicker instead of having to go through the process that takes a little while when we need it,” he said.
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