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It was announced by Greenfield Mayor Brad Johnson, at the city’s June 18 council meeting, that the League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust (LMCIT) has fully reinstated the city’s policy, restoring it to “unrestricted coverage.” This is due in large part to positive changes that have occurred over the last few years resulting in civil [...]

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At its June 4 meeting, Greenfield City Council members discussed the recent citywide cleanup day.  The annual event, at which residents of Greenfield can drop off surplus items such as old tire, furniture, appliances and other such items, has been operating for a number of years. In some years, enough revenue has been raised to [...]

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The Greenfield City Council meeting of May 21 began with a presentation by Matt Voss of Abdo, Eick and Meyers, the accounting firm that performs the city’s annual audit. Voss explained the process of reaching a clean, unqualified opinion as well as what was in the management letter prepared for the city. Voss stated that [...]

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The Greenfield City Council April 16 entertained a contract amendment from its wastewater treatment contractor, Veolia, that would signal the start of a Lake Sarah Septic Tank Abandonment Project.  The project, which includes pumping, safe tank abandonment, inlet connections and grading improvements is expected to reduce inflow and infiltration, pose fewer operational challenges to the [...]

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The Greenfield City Council met April 2 to discuss a number of items including issues related to the development of the city’s park. City Administrator Kathryne McCullum told the council that Greenfield Park Advisory Chair Victoria Dukes would be in charge of planning the city’s Arbor Day celebration, which has been an annual event for [...]

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The Greenfield City Council meeting of March 19 included discussion and action items regarding Greenfield Park, and a review of a proposed plan for Lake Sarah Sewer improvements.   GREENFIELD PARK The council was asked, by the Greenfield Park Advisory, to pass a “phase one” site approval for the parkland on County Rd. 50 and [...]

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The Greenfield City Council discussed a number of items, including a weather station, city improvements including a community gardens. Representative of Hennepin County Emergency Management, Eric Waagie and Dan Bovitch, proposed that council approve locating a weather station at the city hall location on the 7700 block of Commerce Circle. The station, a small device [...]

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At its Feb. 19 meeting, the Greenfield City Council received information and a proposal from a contractor, Logicnet, that included implementing a cloud–based Microsoft service that would provide updated email service while eliminating reliance on the city’s existing server. After experiencing several server crashes, staff began researching efficient alternatives. This recommendation for Office 365 came [...]

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