By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers The Champlin City Council reviewed the preliminary 2015 budget and established a budget public hearing date. It also heard from resident Don Vry, who submitted an application to split his lot. BUDGET Minnesota statues require cities to adopt a proposed budget each year and to certify a maximum proposed [...]
The City of Champlin is in need of ten additional election judges per ward for the general election Nov. 4. Training is provided for all election judges. With a focused one day commitment plus training this is a great opportunity for busy people to volunteer and make a difference. Students ages 16 and 17 may [...]
The North Hennepin Area Chamber of Commerce will have Secretary of State Mark Ritchie as its keynote speaker during its Annual General Meeting luncheon, scheduled 11:15 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 11, at Edinburgh USA, Brooklyn Park.
The Corcoran City Council, Thursday, Aug. 29, approved an application for a home occupation license that has had neighbors at odds with neighbors. One family threatened to sue the city if the license was approved. At the meeting the council also took up other business, including approval of the assessment roll for this year’s dust [...]
Six single-family lots are planned Jim and Lynda Franklin began their plans for their Franklin Hills subdivision in Independence last fall by asking the Independence City Council to approve a final plat for two of six lots. Now the Franklins have decided to go ahead with all six lots. Franklin Hills is located on 41.32 [...]
Rockford City Council and staff met to discuss the Lions Building demolition project, the updates to the Rockford City Center and reviewed the changes in city wide utility billing. LIONS BUILDING The Parks Shelter Committee and the Parks Board have been working to plan and design a replacement park shelter building. The park board made [...]
By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers Dayton City Council and staff heard from the city’s financial advisor who gave a brief overview of the preliminary 2015 budget. This item will come before the council during a September meeting. The city also reviewed details of a change order for Wicht Industrial Park, accepted a donation [...]
Residents have wanted paving for 15 years The Corcoran City Council, Thursday, Aug. 14, debated the issue of how to pay for the paving of 38 miles of gravel roads in the city, while a number of residents in the audience waited to hear what would happen with three streets in particular — Treeline and [...]