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New London, Minn., Township election results

NEW LONDON - During the New London Township annual meeting Tuesday Paul Lief was re-elected for a three-year term as Supervisor and Nancy Hammerschmidt was re-elected for a two-year term as clerk.

NEW LONDON - During the New London Township annual meeting Tuesday Paul Lief was re-elected for a three-year term as Supervisor and Nancy Hammerschmidt was re-elected for a two-year term as clerk.

The voter turnout was 17.

The total levy was set at $340,000. This is the third year the total levy has not changed.

Allocations for all the funds were also left the same as last year. The general levy fund was set at $100,000, the road and bridge fund was set at $195,000, the fire fund was set at $45,000

The $10,500 contract for recreation services with New London-Spicer Youth and Recreations Services was authorized and approved.

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The township is on schedule with state and federal mandates requiring that signage meets new reflectivity standards and will be replacing signs as required.

An overlay project is planned for this summer as well as repairs and patching to various roads as needed.

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