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New city councilor, police chief, closed session procedure October occurrences will bring immediate changes to Corcoran — a resigning council member, a prospective new public safety director and changes for going into closed executive session and requesting public data. City Administrator Brad Martens brought all these changes before the Corcoran City Council on Thursday, Oct. [...]

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“This was a waste of time,” a Corcoran resident said after an Oct. 23 public hearing about whether or not to pave Treeline and Foxline drives, both of which are gravel roads classified as neighborhood streets. The resident was expressing frustration over the fact that some residents of the two streets have been advocating for [...]

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At the last Greenfield City Council meeting, the council discussed a lane drainage issue on Greenfield Road and a sewer tank issue on North Shore Drive. Lane Drainage The council discussed what should be done concerning a lane drainage issue on Greenfield Road. The regrading of a park area has caused a significant amount of [...]

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Polls open at 7 a.m. By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers The 2014 General Election is Tuesday, Nov. 4. Residents of Champlin and Dayton will be able to cast their ballots for area city council positions, including mayors and city council, along with candidates for the Third Congressional District, State Representatives, Hennepin County Attorney and [...]

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By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers The Dayton City Council and staff met to congratulate two newly appointed firefighters and to promote Paul Enga as Dayton’s new Police Chief. The council also discussed the possible extension of Jonquil Lane with residents during open forum and reviewed several other items involving fire truck bids, street maintenance, [...]

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By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers The Champlin City Council and staff met Monday to discuss a parcel of land located in the City of Champlin that was considered for development, deemed unfit to develop and acquired by the Three Rivers Park District. Furthermore, the city reviewed residents concerns with the three way stop at [...]

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Polls open at 7 a.m. The 2014 General Election is Tuesday, Nov. 4. Area residents will be able to cast their ballots for area city council positions, including mayors and city council, along with candidates for Osseo School Board, Third Congressional District, State Representatives, Hennepin County Attorney and Sheriff, Park District, judges and other seats. [...]

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Approves 3-on-3 ice hockey training facility The Osseo City Council Monday, Oct. 27, stopped discussions on a Special Services District for the Central Avenue business that would remove snow from the sidewalk and streets. The council did not feel a district was the best approach. Also during the meeting, the council approved a 3-on-3 ice [...]

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