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The Corcoran City Council, Thursday, Nov. 13, reviewed the environmental assessment worksheet for Sawgrass, a 249-unit residential development proposed by Peachtree Partners, and decided that there is no need for an environmental impact statement. The council also took up other business. Here are meeting highlights. SAWGRASS Corcoran Planning Consultant Kendra Lindahl explained that 250 housing […]

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At the most recent Rockford City Council meeting, the council discussed the Rockford City Center Mall sign policy, heard an update concerning city revenues, and discussed the Riverside Park Shelter design. Sign Policy The council discussed what should be done concerning the sign policy at the Rockford City Center Mall. The current signs on the […]

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By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers The Dayton City Council and staff met to discuss options for a future public works site. This was the final discussion before the council made a vote to enter into a purchase agreement. The council also discussed an upcoming open house regarding the consideration of extending the date to […]

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The City of Dayton is seeking applicants from Dayton business professionals to serve on the Dayton EDA. The EDA is involved in matters important to local business retention and expansion. The board will meet once per month to discuss potential business opportunities and promotion of economic development. This board will work at the direction of […]

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By Mike Cook Session Daily Rep. Kurt Daudt is expected to be the next speaker of the Minnesota House of Representatives. Daudt (R-Crown) earned the support of the House Republican caucus at a Friday meeting. Rep. Joyce Peppin (R-Rogers) was named House majority leader-elect. “It is the greatest honor of my life to be elected […]

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Dayton, Champlin see above state average voter turnout By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers Results have been calculated and the winners have been announced in the 2014 General Election held Nov. 4. Local races, like Champlin and Dayton’s City Council and House District 36A, did not see any changes. The cities of Dayton and Champlin […]

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The Pioneer-Sarah Creek Watershed Commission is inviting the public to participate in a community conversation on water quality priorities in the Pioneer-Sarah Creek Watershed District. The event will be 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 20, at Independence City Hall, 1920 County Road 90. The watershed district includes all or parts of Greenfield, Independence, Loretto, […]

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