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9/22/14 City Council Special Meeting Highlights

  • Authorized the Police Dept. to enter into a lease agreement with the State of Minnesota to lease a 2015 Ford Interceptor Utility vehicle.
  • Bill Glahn with Peidmont Consulting, Inc. provided an overview on an electric utility rate comparison study.
  • The 2014 General Election judges were appointed.
  • General bid awards for the Community Center renovation projects were awarded.
  • Mayor Broeder appointed a committee to further review possible rental housing regulations for the City of Le Sueur.
  • Mayor Broeder set a Special City Council meeting for Thursday, October 9th at 6:30pm for the purpose of jointly reviewing a housing study with the Le Sueur Economic Development Authority.

Ambulance Department Training 9/15/14:

Our Ambulance department recently received a new "12 Lead Electrocardiogram" (ECG) machine with a grant through the American Heart Association.  A 12 Lead ECG is a device that measures the electrical activity of the heartbeat and can help medical personnel determine if a heart attack has occurred.  Our Ambulance volunteers are excited to have this new tool!

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City Council Meeting Materials

    Utility Customers:
    In June, the City switched to a new utility billing system. At the request of our software vendor, we moved all of the information to our new system on June 13th, along with all current electric and water meter readings. In order to facilitate this software change we needed to have the meter readings done earlier than normal. As a result, many utility customers saw bills in June with shorter read times and are now seeing bills in July with longer read times. Due to the varying read times and high summer temperatures, many of you are now experiencing higher than normal bills.
    We are making every effort to get readings back on schedule and apologize for the hardship this causes. We ask for your continued patience as we get this running efficiently. Thank you.

    Special Meeting 10/09/14

    In conjunction with the Le Sueur Economic Development Commission, we will hold a Special City Council Meeting on Thursday, October 9th at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall to discuss the findings from the recent Le Sueur Housing Study.   This study contains detailed information on the current housing stock and inventory and makes recommendations regarding current and future housing needs.  The complete study can be accessed by clicking the link, below.

    Le Sueur Housing Study 2014