The Albertville City Council recently swore in the city’s first ever full-time fire chief, Eric Bullen. Bullen is currently a member of Albertville Fire, as well as a K-9 officer for Minneapolis Police. He will transition into his new position. Otsego City Council members Vern Heidner and Jason Wa...Read More
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By Jim Boyle Elk River Star News The Elk River Area School Board recently welcomed a representative from Sunrise Energy Ventures of Minnetonka, which is in partnership with California-based SolarCity, and Xcel Energy to install a total of 100 solar gardens in areas west of the district. Their hope i...Read More
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by Paul Rignell Contributing Writer School Dist. 728 partners with the cities of Elk River and Rogers and both Sherburne and Wright counties to bring the security of police presence into district buildings with appointed school liaison officers. The Elk River Area School Board members learned more a...Read More
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Rogers senior gets hands-on at dairy farm By Cliff Buchan ECM Staff Writer As graduation day draws near for high school seniors across Minnesota, many are cramming for final exams and completing courses that will earn college credit. Lexi Taylor, a senior at Rogers High School, is doing much the sam...Read More
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A new state law means all cities will have to fund costs for storm water compliance, and Hanover city councilors aren’t happy about it. The council was recently updated about the state’s MS4 requirements as directed by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA). Mayor Chris Kauffman and counc...Read More
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The Hanover City Council approved an ordinance amendment that will allow certain residences a second access. The council also approved plans for an addition to Hanover Elementary School, and awarded a sidewalk bid for the Memorial Garden by city hall. DRIVEWAY City planner Cindy Nash notified the ci...Read More
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by Theresa Malloy Contributing Writer Medina may make way for more furry friends, as the City Council began reviewing approve an conditional use permit amendment allowing Puptown to house more dogs at its boarding and daycare facility. The council heard a presentation about the proposal at its April...Read More
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The Corcoran City Council reviewed its top projects and goals, with downtown utilities and paving gravel collector roads topping the list. The council also continued its staff reorganization process, including offering the new city clerk/administrative services position to a candidate, and took acti...Read More
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