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10/27/14 City Council Special Meeting Highlights

  • Continued discussion regarding the future of Public Access Television through the Le Sueur-Henderson Cable Commission.  A special joint meeting of the Le Sueur City Council and Henderson City Council will take place on Tuesday, December 2nd at 6:30pm at Henderson City Hall to further discuss this matter.
  • The ordinance amending Mayor and City Council salaries was approved.
  • A General Obligation Refunding Bond in the amount of $1,815,000 was issued
  • Discussion took place regarding the 2014 Electric, Water and Wastewater Utility Budgets.
  • A Special Meeting to further discuss the General Fund Budget has been set for Monday, November 17th at 6:30pm.
  • The City website re-design was approved.
  • The Le Sueur Housing Study was accepted.
  • Discussion took place regarding the updating of the City's assessment policy.

A full copy of the minutes are available for viewing after approval by the City Council.

US Highway 169 R-Cut Intersection Project Meeting

There will be a Public Information Meeting on Wednesday, November 12th to review the proposed US Highway 169 R-Cut Intersection Project.  The meeting will take place in the City Council Chambers from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The project engineers will provide information at this meeting.Layout_300_scale_2014-09-29.jpg

City Council Meeting Materials

    Utility Billing Update 10/07/14:
    We are aware of some recent inconsistencies with the utility billing cycle and we understand there has been some confusion. Please know we continue to work on our internal procedures to minimize these inconsistencies. Ultimately, the billing cycle should be an average of 30 days and we will continue to strive for that.

    We are also working on rolling out a new utility bill layout which will help everyone to better understand their bill. We look forward to this change in the coming months. In the interim, we ask for your continued patience. We also ask that you please stop by or call City Hall at 665-6401 with any questions or concerns that you may have with your bill - we will try to help. As a reminder, you can now pay your utility bill with a credit card by stopping in at City Hall. Our office ours are Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 4:30pm.

    State General Elections
    Tuesday, Nov. 4th
    City Hall
    203 South 2nd St.
    Polls will be open from 7:00am - 8:00pm