Maple Grove City Council
The Maple Grove City Council tabled talks on the proposed Maple Grove Retail site during its Monday, Oct. 20 meeting. The council wanted more information on where garbage would be located and a better roof line option for the development that would be located on the site of Houlihan’s. In other ma...Read More
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Nine individuals were honored during the Monday, Oct. 6, Maple Grove City Council meeting for helping save the life an 8-year-old girl. Maple Grove Police Chief Eric Werner said, “It’s a privilege tonight to recognize a group of citizens and public safety responders that, through their collectiv...Read More
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Employee charged with prostitution The Maple Grove City Council voted in favor of suspending a business license of a massage business at its Monday, Oct. 6 meeting. The massage business was discovered to be operating outside of lawful business hours and prostitution. The council also considered an a...Read More
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The Maple Grove City Council ended up approving directing staff to draft an ordinance for the rezoning and directing the city attorney to draft a resolution to approve the planned unit development (PUD) concept and development stage plan for the Stonegate at Rush Creek project after much discussion ...Read More
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Council hears more public comments about Sargent The Maple Grove City Council heard about the winning bid for the future Hwy. 610 project during its Monday, Aug. 18, meeting. The council also heard several members of the public speak during the open forum regarding councilor Leann Sargent. Here are ...Read More
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Monday, Aug. 4, was Leann Sargent’s first Maple Grove City Council meeting back since spending 60 days in the Hennepin County Workhouse and two weeks on home monitoring following her gross misdemeanor sentencing for financial exploitation of a vulnerable adult. She was sentenced back in April and ...Read More
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