Sibley County

Sibley County

News pertaining to county-level government in Sibley County.

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Area families are needed to help provide foster care for children with mental health problems. Sibley County is part of a newly formed 11-county South Central Children's Mental Health Initiative, to provide programs and services to children with mental...
Upon the recommendation of the Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs, Sibley County Commissioners, Tuesday, decided to seek a full-time Veterans Service Officer. Steve Schow, who has served as the county's Veterans Service Officer and Emergency Management Director, will be...
Sibley County will likely have a new septic ordinance in place by the end of the month. County Commissioners will review a proposed new ordinance at the Board of Commissioners meeting Tuesday, Jan. 26. A public hearing on the septic...
The Minnesota Valley Regional Rail Authority is hoping to partner with Soil and Water Conservation Districts and Pheasants Forever when it seeds the right-of-way next year. Plans are to seed the railroad right-of-way as part of the rehabilitation work....
Sibley County residents are invited to attend a public hearing of the County Board of Commissioners to express their opinions on the budget and the proposed amount of 2007 property taxes. The hearing will be held Thursday, Dec. 7...
Four hundred one people participated in the appliance, tire, and electronics collection held Saturday at the Sibley County Highway Shop in Gaylord. 522 appliances, 17 tons of electronics, and 110 tons of tires were collected. The collection for electronics...
A race has developed for New Auburn City Council. Three people have filed for two positions. Craig Lowden is challenging incumbent candidates Mike Hauan and Jim Stark for City Council. Long-time New Auburn mayor Roger Becker is unopposed for the...
Sibley County Human Services revenues exceeded expenditures by $258,629 in 2008, according to Emma Woods, fiscal supervisor. Woods presented the report at the Human Services meeting Jan. 20. Expenditures totaled $4,100,794, which was 103% of the budgeted amount of $3,996,725. However,...
The Tri-County Solid Waste Office will be collecting household hazardous wastes at the City of Arlington Municipal Parking Lot, Thursday, May 3rd, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The collection is located off 4th Avenue SW and West Main...