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New Auburn

News from the New Auburn community.

An 18-year-old New Auburn man has been charged with second degree assault for allegedly slashing his 31-year-old stepfather's throat with a knife last Tuesday night in New Auburn. Brendyn Michaletz was charged last Wednesday in Sibley County District Court...

Going up

A water tower is now in New Auburn's skyline. The community's 100,000 gallon water tower was erected onto its pillar on Wednesday, April 18. It will be painted in early May. The city will begin using the tower in...
The City of New Auburn received favorable bids for their 2009 street improvement project. In the bid open held Thursday morning at the City office, Wm. Mueller & Sons, Inc. of Hamburg was the apparent low bidder. Three...

Senator visits New Auburn

Minnesota Senator Norm Coleman, left, was greeted by New Auburn city officials Tuesday morning when he made a 20 minute stop at the City Hall. From left to right are Council member Catherin Lorenz, Mayor Roger Becker, and Council...
New Auburn residents may be facing a $1.666 million street improvement project this year. The City of New Auburn will be holding a public hearing Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the City Hall, to consider making street improvements. According to...
An ordinance setting policies and procedures for utility billing and collection in New Auburn will be found in the Public Notices. The new ordinance holds property owners liable for payment of utility bills whether or not the owner is...
"The biggest dividend for High Island Lake is cleaning the watershed." Those are the comments of Lee Sundmark, of the Department of Natural Resources' fisheries division. Sundmark was among the speakers Thursday night at a public meeting in the...
New Auburn's City Council will hold a hearing on the proposed assessment for the 2009 street improvement project Tuesday, June 23 at 7 p.m. in the New Auburn City Hall. The street improvement project includes improvements on the following...
Should New Auburn have more paved streets? In an attempt to answer that question, the City of New Auburn will soon send a survey to residents who live on gravel streets. The results of that survey will help the...

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