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City council notes: August 5, 2019
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City council notes: August 5, 2019

The Spencer City Council discussed the following topics at its meeting on Monday. Spencer residents likely to see lower wastewater bills Spencer residents and other wastewater customers will likely see lower bills in the future. On Monday, the Spencer City Council voted 6-0 to approve the first filing that changes how the city bills for...

City park rules updates approved
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City park rules updates approved

Ice fishing will be allowed on ponds in Spencer this winter, including at Stolley’s. The Spencer City Council approved that and other rule changes at its July 15 meeting as it reviewed revisions to park system rules proposed by the park board. The changes address many new rules and some updates for city parks, including...

City council notes: July 15, 2019
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City council notes: July 15, 2019

The Spencer City Council discussed the following items of note at its July 15 meeting. Garbage, recycling intake totals exceed 2018 midyear levels Spencer is throwing away more garbage and is recycling more this year compared to 2018 midyear numbers. Al Phillips, the city’s environmental education coordinator, told the Spencer City Council on Monday that...

ANP finds niche in serving businesses, schools at affordable price
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ANP finds niche in serving businesses, schools at affordable price

From the get-go, ANP has focused on providing quality IT services as rates that won’t break the bank. Almost two years after it started, Advanced Network Professionals, also known as ANP, has continued to established itself, serving a range of businesses from small to large and helping them handle their IT needs. ANP provides technology...

Spencer City Council notes: April 15
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Spencer City Council notes: April 15

Spencer City Council members on Monday filed for the second time an ordinance that would allow restaurants to set up sidewalk cafés on public sidewalks outside their establishments. If the ordinance is filed a third and final time, establishments where at least 50% of revenue comes from food sales can apply for permits to operate...

Midwest Woodworks shows word-of-mouth still works
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Midwest Woodworks shows word-of-mouth still works

When people think of high-quality custom cabinets, Jeff Bendlin wants Midwest Woodworks to come to mind. Bendlin started his residential custom cabinetry business in 2008. It’s grown through word-of-mouth and a devotion to quality. “If somebody wants the best cabinets they can get, I want them to think that they’re coming from here,” Bendlin said....

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