Medina City Council

The Medina Golf and Country Club and Rachel Contracting LLC are exploring ideas for a single-family home project intended to ensure financial survival of the country club for well into the future. For the Villas at Medina Country Club to become reality, project planners must get a series of approvals from the Medina City Council. [...]

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4th addition expected to have 18 single-family homes The Medina City Council, Tuesday, April 15, approved the final plat for the fourth addition of the Enclave at Brockton housing development, located on Brockton Lane, south of Hamel Legion Park. The council also approved the development agreement with the developer, US Homes. At the meeting councilors [...]

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The Medina City Council, Tuesday, April 1, launched the city toward road construction season when councilors approved plans and specifications and ordered road improvements for Chippewa Road West and roads in Tuckborough and Hunter Farms Addition. The council also took up other business, including amending Medina’s tobacco ordinance to keep tobacco-related products, such as electronic [...]

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Although snowbanks are rimming Medina’s streets, the City Council is looking ahead to road construction season. Public Works Director Steve Scherer on Tuesday, March 4, presented feasibility reports for two road improvement projects — one for Chippewa Road West and the other for six streets in the Tuckborough and Hunter Farms Addition. The council accepted [...]

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Dominium proposes 32 units near MEC Medina City Councilors on Tuesday, Feb. 18, got chances to comment on a concept plan for an affordable rental townhome project proposed for the area north of the Medina Entertainment Center. Nick Anderson, of Dominium, presented a plan for 32 units that would sit on 4 acres at 510 [...]

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Storm water ponds. Where are they? Medina city officials want to know because not all of them are easy to find and they eventually must be cleaned out. In Medina’s case, records of some storm water ponds are buried amongst mounds of data about locations of city infrastructure, such as water and sewer mains, road [...]

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Two questions will be on Feb. 25 ballot The Medina City Council, Tuesday, Jan. 21, learned about a side effect of the recent bumper crop of housing development approvals in Medina, Plymouth, Maple Grove and Corcoran — a Feb. 25 bond referendum for the Wayzata School District. Finance Director Jim Westrum, of Wayzata Public Schools, [...]

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The city of Medina is preparing to survey residents about interest in bus rapid transit service, BRT, from somewhere in the vicinity of Highway 55, perhaps the Medina Entertainment Center, to downtown Minneapolis. City Administrator Scott Johnson asked the City Council to comment on a draft survey at its Jan. 7 meeting. Then City Councilor [...]

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