Monticello council members have called a Sept. 22 public hearing to explain a St. Cloud revenue bond sale called on behalf of the CentraCare Health System. St. Benedict’s Senior Community, located in Monticello and operated by CentraCare Health System, a Minnesota nonprofit, was originally financed as part of a revenue bond issued by the city [...]
Monticello council members have approved a contract with a telecommunications industry professional who will complete a broadband alliance feasibility study. In late July, the Grand Rapids-based Blandin Foundation announced it had awarded six grants totaling $123,190 to assist rural Minnesota communities in advancing high-speed Internet access and use in their communities, including a grant to [...]
The compactor, compost and wood chip bins at the Monticello Public Works Facility, 909 Golf Course Road, will be closed Monday, Sept 8, and Tuesday, Sept 9, while the city’s new communications tower is raised, according to a city E-News update.
The River Eagles Soccer Club will soon be sinking its talons into new digs, a 21,000 square-foot training center located inside Monticello’s old bowling alley. City council members approved a lease agreement with the club Aug. 25. City Administrator Jeff O’Neill, Finance Director Wayne Oberg and Community Development Director Angela Schumann explained the high points [...]
Nobody likes new taxes, but, at times, they’re the only way to get local projects completed.
At the Aug. 6 meeting of the Wright County Board of Commissioner, Highway Engineer Virgil Hawkins came before the board to discuss future county road projects and the potential funding gap.