The New Ulm City Council will continue to move forward with plans to build a permanent flood levee during it’s meeting this (TUE) evening at New Ulm City Hall. The council is scheduled to consider approving a conditional use permit for the planned work along the Minnesota River’s floodplain. The levee is expected to be completed by this fall. In other business this evening, the council will consider several resolutions on efforts to move forward the proposed construction of a Menards on the west end of town. Mn/DOT had previously ruled that a “roundabout” must be constructed on Highway 14 to accommodate the opening of a Menards in that area. The council is also scheduled to consider approving the city’s 2012 commission appointments. The meeting starts at 5pm.
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