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The Corcoran City Council will conduct a public hearing on its 2015 city budget and on the amount of property taxes it is proposing to levy to pay for the costs of services the city will provide in 2015. The hearing will be Thursday, Dec. 11, at 7 p.m. at Corcoran City Hall, 8200 County [...]...Read More
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The Corcoran City Council, Monday, Nov. 24, recognized former Mayor Frank Larkin, who died on Nov. 16, and Sean Gormley, who retired on Nov. 28 from his position as Corcoran public safety director. The council also took up other business. Here are meeting highlights. FRANK LARKIN Frank Larkin passed...Read More
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The Corcoran City Council, Thursday, Nov. 13, reviewed the environmental assessment worksheet for Sawgrass, a 249-unit residential development proposed by Peachtree Partners, and decided that there is no need for an environmental impact statement. The council also took up other business. Here are me...Read More
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New city councilor, police chief, closed session procedure October occurrences will bring immediate changes to Corcoran — a resigning council member, a prospective new public safety director and changes for going into closed executive session and requesting public data. City Administrator Brad Mar...Read More
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“This was a waste of time,” a Corcoran resident said after an Oct. 23 public hearing about whether or not to pave Treeline and Foxline drives, both of which are gravel roads classified as neighborhood streets. The resident was expressing frustration over the fact that some residents of the two s...Read More
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Chief Gormley to retire Nov. 28 The city of Corcoran is searching for a new public safety director to succeed current Director Sean Gormley, who plans to retire on Nov. 28. The search committee has narrowed the list of candidates to two, neither of which are current members of the Corcoran Police De...Read More
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The city of Corcoran is awaiting an advisory opinion from a state administrative body as to whether the city council violated the Minnesota Open Meeting law March 13 and June 12 and whether the city fully disclosed public information. At those two meetings the City Council went into closed executive...Read More
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Developer asks for discretionary review Peachtree Partners has asked the city of Corcoran for a discretionary Environmental Assessment Worksheet for its proposed 249 unit housing development that would sit on the Schendel property at 20400 County Road 10. The Corcoran City Council, Thursday, Sept. 1...Read More
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