Archive | June 1, 2012

The City of Rogers will be hosting a public reception/meet-and-greet with the two finalists for the position of Chief of Police Wednesday, May 23, at 7 p.m. at the Rogers Community Room. The public is invited to attend this informal, open house-style event where they will have a chance to get to know the candidates.

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On Monday, May 28 at 9:34 a.m., the National Weather Service in Chanhassen issued a flood warning for the Crow River at Rockford beginning Tuesday a.m., May 29, and until further notice. At 8:30 a.m. on May 28, minor flooding was forecast at 9.3 feet. Flood stage is predicted at some points in the city [...]

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BY AARON BROM aaron.brom@ecm-inc.com The St. Michael City Council heard that a potential buyer for the former Cinemagic theater property has backed out of a purchase agreement. The council also approved eliminating the city planner position, and authorized purchase of a public works machine from the Army Surplus. CINEMAGIC The council was informed that a [...]

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By Steve Waller, Public Information Specialist, Central Lakes College, Brainerd & Staples, Minn. SPORTS NEWS RELEASE May 21, 2012 Osseo athletes sign at CLC       BRAINERD — Two members of the 2012 Class 4A state high school basketball championship team from Osseo will play for the Central Lakes College MCAC championship men’s team in 2012-13. [...]

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BY DAWN FEDDERSEN-POINDEXTER Contributing Writer The Rogers City Council authorized a request to receive bids for a previously approved project to improve the energy efficiency of the wastewater treatment facility. It also approved an increase to the parking standards for restaurants. ENERGY EFFICIENCY In 2011 the city hosted a Minnesota Technical Assistance Program, MnTAP, intern [...]

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BY DAWN FEDDERSEN-POINDEXTER Contributing Writer Jeff Beahen has been selected as the new Police Chief for the City of Rogers. The selection came after an exhaustive nine-month-long process to redefine the position and select the best candidate. Beahen was the Police Chief for the city of Elk River from 2003 to 2010, when he left [...]

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