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October 2013 Sheriff’s Report – 11-8-2013

You can review the October 2013 Sheriff’s Report online. October Reports -Watertown

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Wildflower Conservation Area

Last week, the City of Watertown held a neighborhood meeting on 30th Street and Arnica Drive to discuss the tax forfeited parcel just west of the Wildflower neighborhood.  The City has been working with Carver County to secure that area … Continue reading

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September 2013 Police Logs – 10/9/2013

You can review the September 2013 Sheriff’s Activity Logs online: Watertown – September Reports

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Click it or Ticket! A message from the Carver County Sheriff’s Office

See the press release below: Click It or Ticket Enforcement October 2013

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Help Us Help You – Safe neighborhoods begin with engaged neighbors

The following article was authored by Town Cop Troy Carlson and will run in the Carver County News. Help Us Help You Suspicious activity calls in 2013 are up to 140 year to date. This is an increase from 112 … Continue reading

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August 2013 Sheriff’s Reports

Check out the August Activity Log for the Carver County Sheriff’s Office in Watertown August Activity Log – 2013  

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A note about dogs – 8-27-2013

Dogs have been getting a lot of attention in Watertown lately — and it has not been the type that makes Fido’s tail wag and eagerly seek a treat.  Instead, the City has heard an increase in complaints about dogs … Continue reading

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Sheriff’s Activity Log – July 2013

The Carver County Sheriff’s Office issues monthly activity logs.  These logs are particularly useful when monitoring the demand on policing services in Watertown.  For comparison’s sake, the City is still trending to have its third consecutive year in declining crime … Continue reading

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Regarding Liquor Stores – Letter from Mayor Johnson – 8-2-2013

We live in the “Land of an Open Market Economy.” The government, City government included, does not have the power to deny a legitimate business to operate in our city if the business meets City Codes, City Zoning Ordinances, and … Continue reading

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Jet Vac Work – 7-29-2013

The City is responsible for maintaining a massive, below ground network of pipes that carry everything you flush or rinse down a drain to the City’s Wastewater Treatment Facility.  Over the course of the next few weeks, you’ll likely see … Continue reading

Posted in Utilities