Wyoming City Council

The Wyoming City Council on Dec. 17 unanimously adopted water and sewer rates for the next five years. The rates include an immediate increase and subsequent ones for each year through 2018.

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Sgt. Scott Dexter is retiring from the Wyoming Police Department effective Friday. The department’s plan is to promote a part-time officer to a full-time position, promote a full-time officer to sergeant, and then fill vacancies for two part-time police officers.

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Wyoming city leaders on Dec. 3 set the 2014 levy at $3.9 million, the same amount as the 2013 levy. The levy is set in 2013, and the taxes are collected in 2014.

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The Wyoming City Council on Nov. 19 authorized the request of an advance on Minnesota State Aid funds for five years. The city is eligible for $340,000 annually, so the request will be for $1.7 million.

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Wyoming will have a new face for the steady traffic driving through on Interstate 35. The City Council on Nov. 5 authorized the purchase of two signs with the message “Wyoming Welcomes You.”

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Wyoming City Council members on Oct. 15 adopted a resolution finalizing assessments for the completed street and utility improvements on Fallbrook Avenue.

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