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New Haven Township elects officers

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Residents of Minnesota's 1,786 townships went to the polls Tuesday to elect officers.

Townships have authority for planning, subdivision control, zoning, maintenance of public works, parks, cemeteries and hospitals, in addition to regular duties such as elections, tax levies and public roads, according to the secretary of state's office.

Here are more results from Tuesday's township elections (some results were printed in previous editions of the Post-Bulletin):

New Haven Township: Brian Hervey was elected supervisor with 102 votes; write-in candidate Robert Figy defeated Margaret Adler Hassler 56-38 for treasurer.

The general levy will be $60,000, road and bridge, $135,000, fire, $32,123 and cemetery, $6,000.


Gopher bounty was set at $2 for pocket gophers and $1 for striped gophers.


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