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COVID-19 UPDATE

FARIBAULT AND MARTIN COUNTIES COMMUNITY HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES REPORTS: 8 new laboratory confirmed COVID-19 cases to report today. Martin County: 5 cases, none currently hospitalized. Ages: 22, 36, 43, 58, 67. 4 Prior reported cases currently hospitalized. 584 cases. 40 active. 16 covid related deaths. 528 recovered cases. Faribault [...]

October 19th, 2020|

MARTIN COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

THE MARTIN COUNTY BOARD MEETS TUESDAY AT 9 AM. THE COMMISSIONERS WILL CONSIDER THE AWARDING OF GROWTH OPPORTUNITY BONDS, WILL SET A PUBLIC HEARIING DATE FOR CONSIDERATION OF A SINGLE FAMILY HOME TAX ABATEMENT. THE BOARD WILL ALSO CONSIDER GRANT AWARDS TO SCHOOLS AND SMALL BUSINESSES FROM COUNTY CARES ACT [...]

October 19th, 2020|

WELCOME -SAFETY GRANTS

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development State Director for Minnesota Brad Finstad today announced that USDA is investing $95,000 for public safety equipment in the city of Welcome. “Modern, safe infrastructure is the bedrock of any community, especially when it helps protect emergency service providers,” Finstad said. “Whether it’s [...]

October 16th, 2020|

COVID-19 UPDATE

Community Health and Human Services of Martin and Faribault County has reported 4 new confirmed cases of the coronavirus. The 4 new cases were reported in Faribault County, their ages are 18, 59, 76 and 79.  None of the new cases are currently hospitalized, but one prior reported case is [...]

October 16th, 2020|

MARTIN COUNTY-BONDING BILL

The Minnesota Senate on Thursday approved a $1.36 billion infrastructure bonding bill that would deliver funding for several critical southern Minnesota projects carried by Senate Finance Committee Chairwoman Julie Rosen (R-Fairmont), as well as funding for local roads and bridges, sewer and water upgrades, and other critical statewide infrastructure. The [...]

October 16th, 2020|

FAIRMONT CANDIDATE FORUMS

All eight candidates for a seat on the Fairmont City Council offered their ideas on a variety of subjects during a candidate forum on Thursday at Fairmont City Hall. All candidates were asked the same questions dealing with financing street improvements, handling city debt not included in the budget, use [...]

October 16th, 2020|

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