Greenfield City Council

At the latest Greenfield City Council meeting the council talked about the availability of internet service in Greenfield, discussed whether or not they should adopt an ordinance to amend the city code concerning animals, and spoke about the Greenfield Road drainage project. INTERNET SERVICE Councilor Tom Cook had requested that the council discuss the availability […]

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At the last Greenfield City Council meeting, the council discussed a lane drainage issue on Greenfield Road and a sewer tank issue on North Shore Drive. Lane Drainage The council discussed what should be done concerning a lane drainage issue on Greenfield Road. The regrading of a park area has caused a significant amount of […]

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BY ALYSSA KREKELBERG SUN PRESS NEWSPAPERS The Greenfield City Council discussed a number of items at their last meeting, such as a parcel of land that was supposed to be used for a park, and the Greenfield Central Park memorial. parcel for park use In 2006, the city of Greenfield applied for and received a […]

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BY ALYSSA KREKELBERG SUN PRESS NEWSPAPERS The Greenfield City Council discussed the possibility of making an amendment to the city ordinance to allow for residents to run retail operations from their home and discussed an amendment to the city ordinance concerning the General Business District. Retail operation The council continued its discussion from a previous […]

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BY ALYSSA KREKELBERG SUN PRESS Newspapers Hennepin County Sheriff Richard Stanek gave the Greenfield City Council a presentation about public safety to show the council how hard the deputies, and the council discussed a code violation at a residence on Woodland Trail. police protection As the debate concerning funding for public safety officers in Greenfield […]

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The Greenfield City Council, Tuesday, Aug. 19, approved up to $25,000 for completing work on the ball field at Greenfield Central Park. City Administrator Bonnie Ritter said the work urgently needs to be done because Greenfield has a deadline to meet. Failure to meet the deadline could result in financial consequences for the city. Ritter […]

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Council to review permit in one year  Greenfield City Councilors, Wednesday, Aug. 6, dove into a number of water issues, including a proposed storm water pond at Rockford High School, wet insulation at Greenfield City Hall and drainage from Lake Sarah. The city council also took up other business. Here are some highlights from the […]

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The Greenfield City Council, Tuesday, July 15, learned that the Metropolitan Council has decided to delay extension of sanitary sewers to Loretto for three years — a decision that could get Loretto in trouble with the Environmental Protection Agency and Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. State Rep. Jerry Hertaus, R-Greenfield, stopped by his home city and […]

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