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The city of Independence has received an offer from the city of Medina that basically has the two cities sharing a crack filling system for repairing streets. The Independence City Council, Tuesday, Feb. 10, voted to accept Medina’s offer. The sharing arrangement calls for Independence to spend $1...Read More
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Rep. Joe McDonald, R-Delano, has authored a bipartisan bill to provide Minnesota’s small-business employees with fitness incentives customarily offered in larger workplaces, and the bill has cleared its first committee hurdle. McDonald’s bill (H.F. 229) allows employees to subtract fitness facil...Read More
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By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers The Dayton City Council and staff met to discuss the city’s pavement management plan and the best options to secure funding for the Brockton/I-94 interchange. The city also appointed members to the EDA and issued an oath of office to Councilors Bob O’Brien and...Read More
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Rep. Jerry Hertaus, R-Greenfield, invites area citizens to provide input regarding property taxes during a meeting 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 24, at Wayzata City Hall. Hertaus, who represents Dist. 33A in the Minnesota Legislature, is a member of the House committee on property taxes. He said the meeting ...Read More
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The Medina City Council, Tuesday, Feb. 3, approved a site plan and variance that will enable John Day Companies to construct 25 parking spaces at an office and warehouse complex at 695-765 Tower Drive. The parking lot expansion would take place in an area that is chronically short on parking. City P...Read More
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This means commission continues to exist  The future of the Greenfield Park Commission was in doubt in January, and now the commission has something to look forward to. The Greenfield City Council in January said that if no citizens volunteer for the Greenfield Park Commission, the city should cons...Read More
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Dennis Peterson planning to retire May 1 The City of Rockford met Tuesday, Feb. 3 to accept Public Works Director Dennis Peterson’s retirement, effective May 1, and to discuss the next steps to fill the position. The council also reviewed the progress of the new water treatment facility with staff...Read More
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