Randy Staver

A Downtown Armory Decision Should Be Coming Soon
There were five different proposals presented to the Rochester City Council Monday describing and showing five different possibilities for use of the downtown Rochester Armory.
City Council President Randy Staver on Tuesday told KROC AM listeners all presentations were well done and interesting, but …
No Municipal Broadband in Rochester, Yet
The Rochester City Council met Monday night and one of the items on the agenda was whether or not to proceed with a second phase study on municipal owned internet or broadband.
The council voted no on the study for a variety of reasons one of which was the projected cost of implementing broadband, $6…
Should Rochester Be in the Broadband Business?
For the last two years or so there's been a push by some for the city to offer municipal broadband to all residents, or at least provide the infrastructure.
Rochester City Council President Randy Staver talked about the issue on his visit with Rich Peterson and Kim David on Rochester's…
Rochester Council President Regrets His Vote on 18th Avenue
Rochester City Council President Randy Staver came clean with an admission during his appearance on Rochester's Good Morning Tuesday.
He said it's rare when you go home from a meeting questioning your vote over an issue, but it happened after Monday night's meeting when contemplat…
Rochester Council Likes the New Transit Plan
The Rochester City Council appears to be ready to go ahead with the Transit report presented to them at the Committee of the Whole meeting Monday afternoon.
Based on that, plus feedback they've been hearing from the community, a plan would be put in place that will expand routes on Saturday and provi…
For Sale: Downtown Castle ‘As Is’
Rochester City Council President Randy Staver appeared in the KROC AM studio Tuesday morning with Rich Peterson and Kim David on Rochester's Good Morning.
The number one topic was the future of the now empty Armory building downtown.  The city could decide to retain ownership, but it might …
Council to Discuss the Armory’s Future on Wednesday
The Rochester City Council meets Wednesday night and one of the items on the agenda deals with the future of the former senior center building or Armory downtown.
The building has been appraised at around $675 thousand dollars and the adjacent parking lots at 1...
Tax Levy Increase Exceeds Cost of Living, Listener Asks Why
The Rochester City Council approved its budget for 2017 at Monday night's meeting along with the property tax levy which showed a 9 percent increase.
Council President Randy Staver was on Rochester's Good Morning on KROC AM when a listener called to question him about why a 9-percent increa…
Randy Staver is Back on Rochester’s Good Morning Today
He's been re-elected and now he's back in his usual spot, taking your calls and answering any questions you may have regarding our city.
(507) 282-1234 or email your question or comment to rgm@kroc.com
City Council President Randy Staver from 8:15 to 9 o'clock this morning with Rich Pet…

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