Long Pine City Tax Levy to Stay the Same Despite 30% Valuation Increase

Long Pine City Council members Aaron Miller, Kathy Papstein, Linda Alberts and Teresa LeMunyan met in regular session on Thursday, September 3rd. The Council listened to reports and approved a levy request, continuing the annual audit, hiring Garry Denny to abate a nuisance property, a building permit and rescheduling the meeting in October.


Matt Pozehl was present to inform the Council that he has torn down a house on South Main Street and is planning to rebuild a house on the present foundation. Water, sewer and foundation all look good and won’t need to be changed. He realized he wasn’t on the agenda to request a building permit at the September meeting, but asked if he could go ahead and lay some needed blocks before the weather changes. The Mayor didn’t see a problem with his request as long as he comes back next month for the building permit approval. Pozehl said he would fill out the necessary paperwork for the building permit to be on next month’s agenda.

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