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“Know where you want to be and how to get there,” said Corcoran City Administrator Brad Martens. He said this after the Corcoran City Council approved a city mission, vision and values statement at its June 12 meeting. The document also includes Corcoran’s strategic goals and a work plan giving dates by which tasks should [...]

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Site would be opposite ball fields The Corcoran City Council, Thursday, June 13, reviewed a proposal from Peachtree Partners LLC for 249 homes on 103.3 acres and granted the developer the first of many approvals that would be needed for the subdivision to become a reality. Peachtree requested an amendment to the city’s comprehensive plan [...]

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The Rockford City Council took action at its June 10 meeting following a lengthy work session that addressed re-establishing a TIF district for recently purchased property, the sale of Water and Sewer Revenue Bonds to fund major improvement projects and adjusting water and sewer rates to meet the needs of those funds. TIF The city [...]

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By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers   The Dayton City Council met to discuss the benefits of hiring a part-time office worker, discussed liquor licences for businesses in town and reviewed the details of a small, new development off Zachary Lane.   SEASONAL OFFICE ASSISTANT Recently, Dayton city staff recommended the hiring of a seasonal [...]

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The Greenfield City Council, at its June 3 meeting, listened to area business members voice concerns regarding connections to city water. The area in question includes the North America property on the south side of Highway 55, a strip mall housing local businesses. Joe Francis, who owns and operates the mall, told the council that [...]

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Rep. Uglem, Sen. Hoffman work together to secure funding in legislature By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers   The City of Champlin met Monday to recognize Sen. John Hoffman and Rep. Mark Uglem for securing funding for the city’s Elm Creek Dam project.   ELM CREEK DAM FUNDING In 2013, the City of Champlin applied [...]

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Dominium withdraws town home application The Medina City Council, Tuesday, June 3, was poised to review a proposal from Dominium for an affordable rental town home project that would have been located on property on Clydesdale Trail, north of the Medina Entertainment Center. Then at the start of the meeting, Mayor Elizabeth Weir announced that [...]

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The Maple Grove City Council considered the Tricare development’s planned unit development (PUD) concept stage plan at its Monday, June 2 meeting.   TRICARE City Planner Peter Vickerman told the council the applicant was requesting a PUD concept stage plan approval for a mixed use development located north of County Road 30 and west of [...]

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