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At the most recent Greenfield City Council meeting, the council approved the property tax levy increase and spoke about a grant opportunity to help keep out aquatic invasive species in Lake Sarah. Tax Levy Increase At their Sept. 26 meeting, the Greenfield City Council adopted the 2015 preliminary l...Read More
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The Medina City Council, Tuesday, Dec. 2, reviewed proposals for a memory care facility, affordable rental housing and townhomes surrounding the Medina Country Club. An audience filled the City Council chambers and commented on the presentations. Here are highlights of the discussions. WEALSHIRE OF ...Read More
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Campaign complaint about mayor dismissed The Albertville City Council heard a positive report regarding the start-up of Trailblazer Transit in the city and Wright County. The council also heard that a campaign complaint against Mayor Jillian Hendrickson was dismissed. TRAILBLAZER City administrator ...Read More
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Four present Hanover City Council members traded several motions before agreeing to a 4 percent raise for the city’s employees. Member John Vajda left early for prior commitments, leaving Mayor Chris Kauffman and councilors Wendy Pinor, Doug Hammerseng and Ken Warpula to decide the staff pay incre...Read More
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By John Holler Contributing Writer For much of 2014, Wright County has been bringing in more-than-anticipated revenue from the boarding of prisoners for the Minnesota Department of Corrections, as well as Stearns and Sherburne counties, but, when jail administration appeared before the Wright County...Read More
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The Osseo City Council hosted its truth and taxation hearing for the 2015 budget Monday, Dec. 8. This allowed staff to present the council and residents with the proposed budget for next year. Another topic of discussion was amendments to portions of the city’s zoning code. The council also approv...Read More
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By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers Residents of Champlin and Dayton have the advantage of looking to social media to connect with friends and neighbors, to deliberate and exchange opinions, and to share area news. Another benefit of social media is that people can quickly and efficiently post neigh...Read More
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By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers The Dayton City Council met in a work session to discuss the possibility of changing the existing 1-in-40 rule to 1-in-10. This means that on agricultural land, there will be one home per 10 acres, as opposed to the existing zoning ordinance which allows one home ...Read More
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