Government

Maple Grove election judges are responsible for administering election procedures in each polling place on Election Day. Serving as an election judge is an opportunity to serve the Maple Grove community and to be involved in the election process. Additionally, the need exists to establish a new generation of poll workers to offset those who [...]

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The Greenfield City Council, at its June 17 meeting, revisited an issue regarding water and sewer connections at the North America Mall and adjacent Holiday Station property on Highway 55. A conditional use permit granted in 2011 delayed this prospect for property owner Joe Francis for three years, and he attended the council’s June 3 [...]

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Crews have begun working on the site of the future Osseo Gun Club, at the southeast corner of Fourth Street N.W. and First Avenue N.W. Osseo City Planner Riley Grams said the contractor received grading permits, which allows for the prepping of the site for construction of the building. He added the contractor has also [...]

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The Osseo City Council received a favorable 2013 audit during its Monday, June 23 meeting. According to the audit consultant the city had a balanced budget in 2013. The council also considered actions relating to the finance officer position, which will be vacant as of June 30. It accepted bids for the County Road 30 [...]

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During the Monday, June 16, Maple Grove City Council meeting, the council and a packed council chambers watched as the newest Maple Grove Police Chief Eric Werner was sworn in. Werner was the former Rosemount Police Chief and also worked for the city of Burnsville. Maple Grove Mayor Mark Steffenson swore in Werner. The Chief’s [...]

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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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