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The tax levy in Luverne may increase by 5.13 percent, according to action at the Tuesday, Sept. 13, City Council meeting. As required by law, the city of Luverne set its proposed 2016 tax levy (payable in 2017) at the meeting; the levy can be lowered at a later date but not increased. The City...
Luverne residents will have a voice in future city development by attending a Sept. 26 open house about Luverne’s Comprehensive Plan. The document provides the city leaders with a community vision for the next 20 years, and it’s reviewed and updated every 10 years. The last update was in 2004. “It’...
When the filing deadline closed on May 31, three local races emerged with three or more candidates. Four candidates are seeking election to the open county commissioner seat in District 1 currently held by Ken Hoime, who opted not to seek re-election. Candidates are Don Bryan, Hardwick; Mike Davis...
Luverne Mayor Pat Baustian, left, presents Gov. Mark Dayton with a key to the city of Luverne as a token of appreciation for the governor’s support of Lewis and Clark’s pipeline connection to Luverne.
As part of his Water Quality Forum in Edgerton March 30, Gov. Mark Dayton stopped in Luverne later that day to congratulate local officials on the Lewis Clark Regional Water System. “I’m very, very proud of that,” said Dayton, who put $41 million state bonding support toward Lewis and Clark. “It’s...

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