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Tronnes To Be Sworn In As City Council Member

Tronnes To Be Sworn In As City Council Member

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The Mitchell City Council will meet in regular session Monday night at 7:30 at City Hall in downtown Mitchell.  Newly appointed council member Dave Tronnes will be sworn into office at the meeting.  He replaces Dan Allen in Ward 2.  Allen is moving to a residence in a different ward.  On the agenda is a hearing on the application to transfer the VFW’s liquor license to its new location at 215 North Main Street.  At the last council meeting, business owners in that area expressed concerns about the re-location of the VFW.  The council will vote on the transfer Monday night.  Prior to the regular council meeting, the Public Works Committee will meet at 7:20.

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