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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 Department. City Administrator [...]

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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 sessions to discuss negotiations for [...]

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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. 11, approved the request and also took up other business, including [...]

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The Corcoran City Council on Thursday, Sept. 11, approved a preliminary property tax levy for 2015 of $3,317,568, up by $210,868 from the $3,106,700 property tax levy for 2014. This is a 6.8 percent increase. This was the third time that city councilors discussed the 2015 property tax levy and general fund budget at a [...]

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The Corcoran City Council, Thursday, Aug. 29, approved an application for a home occupation license that has had neighbors at odds with neighbors. One family threatened to sue the city if the license was approved. At the meeting the council also took up other business, including approval of the assessment roll for this year’s dust [...]

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Residents have wanted paving for 15 years The Corcoran City Council, Thursday, Aug. 14, debated the issue of how to pay for the paving of 38 miles of gravel roads in the city, while a number of residents in the audience waited to hear what would happen with three streets in particular — Treeline and [...]

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Residents have wanted paving for 15 years The Corcoran City Council, Thursday, Aug. 14, debated the issue of how to pay for the paving of 38 miles of gravel roads in the city, while a number of residents in the audience waited to hear what would happen with three streets in particular — Treeline and [...]

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Council prefers keeping CR 10 open The Corcoran City Council, Thursday, July 24, got a feel for what could happen if a 249-unit single-family housing development would be built on 103 acres across from the city park and ball fields on County Road 10. City Councilors reviewed a massive feasibility study for the proposed Peachtree [...]

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