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Employment Opportunity

City of Deerwood is searching for a new City Clerk-Treasurer.

The attached documents below include a job description and an application form.

Applications must be received by Monday, September 18th, 2017 by 12PM at Deerwood City Hall (23770 Forest Rd Deerwood, Minnesota)



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Smoke on the Range Rib Cook-off - Contestant Registration

Join us on September 16, 2017 at the Deerwood Auditorium for a rib cook-off. Please refer to the attached flyer for more registration information.

The Deerwood City Council named Mark Taylor Chief of Police at the April 3, 2017  after retirement of long time Chief Harry Gottsch.  Taylor has been with the department for 12 years in several capacities. 

Chief Harry Gottsch retired after 25 years of service to the City of Deerwood.  The City Council appreciates and thanks Harry for his years of dedicated service to Deerwood and wishes Mark well in his new position.  

This document came from Crow Wing County and was included in everyone's Property Tax Statements.  It is a great tool to help understand how your property tax is calculated. 

In 2016, the Bay Lake Lions donated $50,000 for the remodeling of the Historic Deerwood Auditorium kitchen. This donation was the organization's Legacy Project.  The kitchen is now up to code and fully updated.  The City of Deerwood greatly appreciates this generous donation.    

Please click on the title to view this document.  The complete budget may be examined at the City Clerk's Office.  

The Deerwood Auditorium has undergone some recent renovation. Both bathrooms in the front of the building have been updated and are now handicapped accessible.  Also installed are hand air dryers which are sanitary and save paper. The baby changers in both restrooms are handy as well.

Please look over the attached flyer.  People are flushing things down their toilets that were never meant to be flushed.  This costs YOU money.  This will cause your sewer rates to rise and rise.  

This is a memo that was mailed to all grinder station owners on April 21, 2015

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