Greenfield City Council
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. ...Read More
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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 Re...Read More
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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, ...Read More
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The Greenfield City Council, at its June 3 meeting, listened to area business members voice concerns regarding connections to city water. The area in question includes the North America property on the south side of Highway 55, a strip mall housing local businesses. Joe Francis, who owns and operate...Read More
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The Greenfield City Council recently posted a request for bids for a sound system in the meeting chamber of the city building on 6390 Town Hall Drive. The city currently conducts most of its council, commission and advisory meetings at this location, and complaints about sound quality, particularly ...Read More
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Greenfield City Council discussion and action items at its May 6 meeting included the annual audit findings and temporary seasonal employment. 2013 AUDIT FINDINGS The 2013 annual audit findings were presented to the Council by Matthew Vos of Abdo, Eick and Meyers. The accompanying management letter,...Read More
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