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It may take two years for the water level to be "normal" after the drawdown at High Island Lake in New Auburn. Robb Collett of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources gave a report to the County Board of...

New Auburn Streets

New Auburn's $1 million street project will begin in early to mid August, according to Justin Black, engineer with SEH, Gaylord. The project's approximate starting date was determined during a pre-construction meeting, held July 7. Bids for the project...
New Auburn's City Council, last week, voted 4-1 to proceed with its $1 million street improvement project. Bids for the street project were opened May 28. The City Council, last week, awarded the project to the low bidder, Wm....
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...
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...
The City of New Auburn apparently will not be able to tap into federal stimulus money for its major street project this year. New Auburn City Clerk Wendy Becker reported Friday that it is her understanding that New Auburn...
After a six year effort, a drawdown is taking place at High Island Lake near New Auburn. The purpose of the drawdown is to improve water quality and aquatic habitat. The drawdown began Oct. 31, 2008 with the removal...
New Auburn's City Council, last week, ordered plans and specifications for an estimated $1.665 million street project. Although the plans and specifications have been ordered to be completed by the city's engineering firm, it does not mean the City...