Medina City Council
The Medina City Council, Tuesday, Dec. 2, reviewed proposals for a memory care facility, affordable rental housing and townhomes surrounding the Medina Country Club. An audience filled the City Council chambers and commented on the presentations. Here are highlights of the discussions. WEALSHIRE OF ...Read More
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Microbrewery, taproom might come to Hamel  Hamel Brewing has been considering the possibility of bringing a brew pub to uptown Hamel, but Medina city ordinances and licensing regulations have posed a problem for the potential owners. The Medina City Council, Tuesday, Nov. 18, continued the process ...Read More
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A community solar energy project might be coming to Medina, but the city would need to amend its zoning ordinances to make the project possible. Wayne Bauerschmidt, of Wright-Hennepin Cooperative Electric Association, came before the Medina City Council, Wednesday, Nov. 5, to find out whether city c...Read More
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Dominium, a developer and manager of affordable townhomes, has passed a first step in getting approval from the Medina City Council for a project proposed for the area behind the Medina Entertainment Center at 510 Clydesdale Trail. The council, on Tuesday, Oct. 7, directed city staff to draft an app...Read More
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The Medina City Council, Tuesday, Sept. 16, got a last-minute surprise from Mediacom about this year’s plans for bringing broadband and high-speed Internet access to underserved areas of the city. And the council had to make a decision about what to do about the surprise by the next day, Sept. 17....Read More
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New home construction helps city’s budget  The Medina City Council, Tuesday, Sept. 2, approved a preliminary total property tax levy of $3,501,811 for taxes payable in 2015 — a 2.15 percent increase over the actual total property tax levy of $3,428,080 for taxes payable in 2014. The tax levy wi...Read More
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Sts. Peter and Paul Cemetery, located south of Loretto on County Road 19, is getting ready to grow by 600 new grave sites. The Medina City Council, Tuesday, Aug. 19, reviewed the cemetery’s request for the conditional use permit that Medina requires for new and expanded cemeteries in the rural res...Read More
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Old city water tower to come down  Verizon Wireless is proposing a change in the landscape in the vicinity of Pinto Drive and Highway 55 in Medina in the form of a 150 foot tall monopole for locating telecommunications equipment. The Medina City Council, Wednesday, Aug. 6, reviewed Verizon’s requ...Read More
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