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The New Richmond Fire & Rescue Department is in need of a new ladder truck. The department’s current ladder truck is 28 years old, and has trouble building up enough brake pressure to leave the fire hall. (Submitted photo)

On the horizon: New Richmond City Council mulls priorities for 2015

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Keeping with his theme of 2014 as the “Year of the Plan,” New Richmond City Administrator Mike Darrow kept the New Richmond City Council focused on the future at its most recent work session meeting on Monday, March 24.

Darrow laid out several options for short- and long-term capital projects, planning processes and citywide improvements for council consideration over upcoming years.

He positioned the presentation and discussion as a brainstorming exercise.

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Micheal Foley
Micheal Foley joined RiverTown Multimedia in July 2013 and serves as editor at the New Richmond News. In the past he has worked at several news outlets including Patch.com in Hudson, Wis., the Desert Sun in Palm Springs, Calif., the Leader-Telegram in Eau Claire, Wis., and the Pioneer Press in St. Paul, Minn. He began his career as a Marine Corps journalist. He served as a reporter and photographer in Okinawa, Japan, and editor of the base newspaper at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in San Diego, Calif. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from the University of Wisconsin–River Falls.
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