Willmar City Council at a Monday May 16 meeting to review the music festival at Robbins Island – West Central Tribune

WILLMAR – Willmar City Council, at its meeting on Monday, May 16, will consider whether or not to approve a country music festival to be held on Robbins Island on Saturday, September 10.

According to the agenda documents, Steve Peppin’s request would be for an event to run from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. He met with city staff and provided information on liquor sales, private security, traffic control, etc.

If approved by the council, a rental agreement for the festival would include municipal costs estimated at $12,300 being paid to the city in advance, including insurance, security, sanitation and deposit. guarantee.

Other items on Monday’s agenda include welcoming the city’s new director of operations, Kyle Box, a discussion regarding Willmar Meals on Wheels, holding a public hearing for street project assessments, postponement of public hearing for MinnWest Technology Campus reduction request and membership review for newly created Mayor’s Housing Task Force

The full agenda and other materials are available on the city’s website at



The board meets at 6:30 p.m. Monday in the Board Room of the Kandiyohi County Health and Social Services Building in Willmar.

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