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The Corcoran City Council heard good news regarding the city’s financial status, specifically, moving closer to meeting a fund balance goal. The council also discussed asbestos and hazardous material assessment for the old building at 20112 County Rd. 10, and heard an administration department tra...Read More
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Says solar panels would lower city’s energy costs Energy costs would be lowered in Rockford if council approves a pilot project at the Rockford City Center Mall, according to the Wright-Hennepin Cooperative Electric Association (WH). WH is based in Rockford and disperses electricity to more than 4...Read More
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Police appoint new members   The Maple Grove City Council heard from Three Rivers Park District Commissioner Jennifer DeJournett during its Monday, May 18 meeting. She updated the council on upcoming projects and plans within the Three Rivers Park District that may impact the Maple Grove commun...Read More
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Sen. David Osmek from Dist. 33 paid a visit to the Greenfield City Council Tuesday, May 5. Sen. Osmek dropped by to give some highlights of what he has been up to in the Senate and answered questions from the council and public. Osmek has served parts of Hennepin and Carver County, including Greenfi...Read More
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At the Monday, May 11, Osseo City Council meeting, the council decided to move ahead with city administrator transition plan. City Administrator Doug Reeder said he and the city entered into an agreement in April 2012 for him to be the interim city administrator during the city’s search for a new ...Read More
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The Osseo City Council discussed the Osseo Trolley golf cart during its Monday, May 11 meeting. The Osseo Trolley service within the city is currently non-operational. Also during the meeting, the council approved the posting for an administrative/planning intern at a pay rate of $12. The intern wou...Read More
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City responds to resident concerns about vandalism at Galloway Park By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers The Champlin City Council met with city staff Monday, May 11, to discuss the conditions regarding two multi-tenant retail buildings to be built where the old BP gas station sits at Aquilla Drive a...Read More
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