Archive for Cokato

Cokato’s Rebecca Wessman earns NIRMA Lifetime Membership Award

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Cokato’s Rebecca Wessman, who works for Xcel Energy, was recently awarded a Nuclear Information and Records Management Association (NIRMA) Lifetime Membership Award at the organization’s annual business meeting.

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DCLF installs signs celebrating Darwin’s history

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While Darwin may be small in population, it is rich in history. That is something the Darwin Community Legacy Foundation (DCLF), which turned five this year, wants to honor consistently.

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Cokato public hearings: flood plain ordinance, budget/tax levy

Public Hearing
City of Cokato City Council
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Cokato City Council, Wright County, Minnesota will conduct a public hearing on Monday, December 12, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. Council chambers at Cokato City Hall, 255 Broadway Ave S, Cokato, Minnesota 55321, to consider the following request
Request of the City of Cokato to amend Chapter 151 amending a Floodplain Ordinance regulations
Request of the City of Cokato to adopt Annual Fees for 2023
Notice is hereby given that the Cokato City Council, Wright County, Minnesota will hold a public hearing Monday, December 12, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. at the Cokato City Hall, 255 Broadway Ave S. to consider the 2023 budget and tax levy. Persons wishing to attend the Public Hearing should do so. Written comments may be submitted any time prior to the meeting.
Request of the City of the Cokato amending the regulations of section 51.005 Accounting, Billing and Collections.
Brad Potter
City of Cokato
City Administrator
bpotter@cokato.mn.us
320-286-5505
Published in the Enterprise Dispatch, Nov. 25, 2022. |

Cokato ordinance changes: animals, damage deposit, compost dumping

Ordinance Summary Publication
City of Cokato Ordinances
On October 10, 2022 City Council for the City of Cokato, Minnesota adopting the following Ordinances. A printed copy of the ordinance is available for inspection during regular office hours at City Hall or on the city’s website at www.cokato.mn.us. Approved for publication is the following summary:
Ordinance Banning Animals in Peterson Park during Corn Carnival with the exception of service animals
On November 14, 2022 City Council for the City of Cokato, Minnesota adopting the following Ordinances. A printed copy of the ordinance is available for inspection during regular office hours at City Hall or on the city’s website at www.cokato.mn.us. Approved for publication is the following summary:
Ordinance 2022-07 Increasing damage deposit fee from $25 to $100 for City Conference Rooms
Ordinance 2022-08 Prohibiting Illegal Dumping at Compost Facility
As authorized by Minnesota Statutes, Section 412.191, subd. 4, the City Council has determined that publication of the title and summary of the ordinances will clearly inform the public of the intent and effect of the ordinances.
Brad Potter
City Administrator
City of Cokato
320-286-5505
bpotter@cokato.mn.us
Published in the Enterprise Dispatch, Nov. 25, 2022. |

DC School Board weighs pros and cons of bonding bill request

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Dassel-Cokato Schools Superintendent Mark Raymond assessed the school board’s interest in submitting a request for inclusion in a Minnesota bonding bill at Monday’s work session.

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Cokato approves updated joint powers agreement with DC Schools

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Cokato City Council, during Monday’s meeting, approved an updated joint powers agreement with DC Schools. The agreement is limited to community education programs.

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