The results of a study conducted last summer on the mainstreet assessment of New Ulm will be shared today (Thursday). New Ulm Chamber President and CEO Michael Looft said the reasons took so long is because New Ulm’s residents responded. He said New Ulm had the most respondents among the communities involved in the mainstreet study, with around 500 responses. The results will be presented by a representative of Minnesota Main Street Foundation. There will be two presentations – one during the Hot Topics lunch at noon at the New Ulm Country Club and one at 5:30 in the district offices at the school. The noon presentation will cost $10 which includes the lunch.