Request for Wyoming PD passes after much discussion Alice Pickering Wyoming Reporter After long discussion last Tuesday, the Wyoming …
Wyoming City Council set the 2013 levy on Tuesday in the amount of $3,904,195. Included is funds for the general operating fund ($3,073,980), EDA ($42,000) and bonded indebtedness ($788,215).
At its Tuesday meeting, Wyoming City Council authorized engineer Mark Erichson to prepare a feasibility study that will identify roads for future improvement.
Polaris is expanding its facility in Wyoming, and as a result of council action taken on Thursday, it now will have help from the Minnesota Investment Fund as well as benefits from the remaining years of the Minnesota JOBZ program and the city tax abatement program established earlier this year.
Polaris has made its commitment to expand its research and development center in Wyoming. The City Council approved the development agreement between the City of Wyoming and Polaris Industries Inc. at the meeting Oct. 16.
Candidates for office in Wyoming laid out their plans for what they want the city to be during a forum held Oct. 8 at Wyoming Elementary School.
Wyoming’s new fire chief was elected at the Oct. 2 council meeting. John (J.J.) Hastings was selected by a vote of 3-2, to replace Chief Dennis Berry, who is retiring.
Last Tuesday’s meeting of the Wyoming City Council featured a review of the TH-8 project.
Could a massive street improvement project be in the cards for Wyoming? If the preliminary 2013 levy is any indication, it appears so.
Polaris Industries is expanding its plant in Wyoming.
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