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The Greenfield City Council devoted most of its first meeting of the year to discussions about how to minimize snowplow damage to mailboxes and other property and what to do if it happens. City Councilors also expressed concern about the dwindling number of volunteers for Greenfield’s Planning and...Read More
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The Osseo City Council swore in three new councilors and the re-elected Mayor Duane Poppe during its Monday, Jan. 12 meeting. Taking the oaths of office as new members to the council were: Harold Johnson, Larry Stelmach and Anne Zelenak. Mayor Poppe also took the oath of office. During the meeting, ...Read More
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By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers The City of Champlin met Monday to discuss the final plans of the Cedars of Elm Creek, a 34 lot townhome development and five single family sub development just off Elm Creek Crossing and Vera Street. The council also discussed the city’s social media campaign a...Read More
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Chosen candidate to be sworn in Jan. 28 By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers Who will it be? The City of Dayton conducted interviews in hopes of finding it’s next city councilor. In November, City Councilor Eric Lucero was elected to the House of Representatives to represent District 30B covering t...Read More
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Eric Lucero officially is a member of the Minnesota House of Representatives after taking the oath of office Tuesday at the Capitol. The Republican from Dayton was elected in November to represent District 30B, which encompasses northeast Wright County – Albertville, Hanover, St. Michael, Otsego a...Read More
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The City of Rockford met to discuss the options for architects to design the new Riverside Park shelter. Together, they went over the pros and cons of including city councilors and various parks and board members in an ordinance regarding worker’s compensation. The council also thanked councilors ...Read More
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The Independence City Council, Tuesday, Dec. 16, approved a $2,385,780 final property tax levy for 2015 — an increase of 5.92 percent over the $2,252,514 city property tax levy for 2014. The council also approved a final 2015 general fund budget of $2,401,801 — an increase of 5.8 percent over th...Read More
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The Maple Grove City Council opened its meeting Monday, Jan. 5, with the oath of office for Mayor Mark Steffenson and councilors Karen Jaeger and Phil Leith. They were all re-elected to four-year terms in last November’s election. During the meeting, the council approved a planned unit development...Read More
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