The Galles family lost their home to fire in February, and credit their lives to their dog Lily who woke them to the fire. The story was covered in the February issue of Villager Tower.
There is a benefit at West Union Church for the Galles family on May 21st from 3pm to 7pm. Spaghetti and Sloppy Jo’s will be served for $10/adult and $5/child. Additionally, there will be a silent auction and bake sale.
The City Council meeting from Monday April 4th was unusually short, and can be seen here.
The next City Council meeting is Monday, April 18th. The meeting will include a public information hearing on the proposed Dog & Cat Ordinance, Kennel Ordinance, and Dangerous Dog Ordinance.
See cityofcarver.com for the full agenda and council information.
Community garden plots are available this year at West Union Church on the intersection of County Road 50 and Market Avenue.
The cost is $15 for a 15′ by 30′ space, and there is a perimeter fence for rabbits.
Water and porta-potty available on site.
For more information see the 2011 West Union Community Garden Poster or contact Larry Johnson at 952-466-3363 or email@example.com.
The Carver City Council voted unanimously Monday afternoon to fire Building Official Ray Williams.
The firing climaxed an 11-week investigation that started with a tip that Williams was sleeping on the job and expanded to include a broader review of his conduct and job performance
Read the full story at ChaskaHerald.com