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Additional Kandiyohi County townships report election results

WILLMAR -- Townships in Minnesota conducted annual meetings and elections Tuesday. The following townships in Kandiyohi County have reported results to the West Central Tribune. Colfax Township Brian Ziemer was re-elected for a three-year term as...

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WILLMAR - Townships in Minnesota conducted annual meetings and elections Tuesday.

The following townships in Kandiyohi County have reported results to the West Central Tribune.

Colfax Township

Brian Ziemer was re-elected for a three-year term as supervisor. Alan Olson newly elected for a two-year supervisor. Levy was set at $120,000 total, including $75,000 for road and bridge and $45,000 for general and fire. That represents a $15,000 increase from last year.

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East Lake Lillian Township

The levy was set at $90,000. Treasurer Ken Schmeling was re-elected, and supervisor Duane Anderson was also re-elected.

Fahlun Township

Jason Boll was elected supervisor, and Linda Bjornberg was elected treasurer. The levy was set at $50,000 revenue and $50,000 for road and bridge.

Irving Township

Harlow Olson was re-elected supervisor. The total levy for Irving Township was set at $300,000, including a general fund levy of $50,000, road and bridge fund of $200,000 and fire fund at $50,000.

Kandiyohi Township

Cal Freeman was re-elected supervisor, and Sarah Gustafson was re-elected treasurer. The budget for Kandiyohi Township was set at $210,000.

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Mamre Township

Township voters re-elected Curtney Carlson as supervisor and Bernadette Fuchs as treasurer. The budget was set at $145,000, including $18,000 for general fund, $90,000 for road and bridge and $37,000 for fire and ambulance.

New London Township

John Laughlin was re-elected supervisor for a three-year term, and Bernadine Schwaegerl was re-elected treasurer for a two-year term.

The total levy was set at $670,000, including a general fund of $140,000, road and bridge fund of $450,000 and a fire fund of $80,000. A $10,000 contract for recreational services was approved with New London-Spicer Community Education & Youth Services.

Willmar Township

Donavon Monson was re-elected for a three-year term as supervisor, and Krista Krupa was newly elected for a two-year term as treasurer. The annual budget for 2019 will stay the same as 2018 at $130,000 with the road and bridge fund at $75,000, the general fund at $30,000 and fire protection at $25,000.

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