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On June 7, Mariah Wetzel was recognized at a ceremony at the Ted Mann Concert Hall at the University of Minnesota. Mariah was awarded the highest honor a girl can earn in scouting, the Gold Award. The Gold Award is completed by an individual girl, allowing her to demonstrate her leadership, communic...Read More
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Following a spring women’s conference, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints donated 477 pounds of food, household and hygiene products to CROSS Services. Darlene Moss, pictured, delivered the donations following the annual conference in Brooklyn Park, which was attended by individuals f...Read More
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City could purchase excess right-of-way land from MnDOT By Gretchen Schlosser Sun POST Newspapers The Brooklyn Park Economic Development Authority has authorized city staff to submit an offer of interest to the State Department of Transportation for 60 acres of land around the intersection of Highwa...Read More
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The Hanover City Council reviewed financing options for pavement management and a new public works facility. Financial consultant Tammy Omdal was present to review capital improvement plans (CIP) and debt issuing authority. Omdal listed potential capital improvement plans for public works facility, ...Read More
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The Albertville City Council approved Central Park Master Plan amendments that reflect a new park entrance and railroad theme. The plan was first approved three years ago, and city planner Al Brixius explained that, since adoption, the Lions Park portion of Central Park had been scrutinized further....Read More
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