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The city of Medina and Mediacom have set early August as their goal for the start of construction of an expanded broadband cable system for under served parts of Medina. This means that some Medina residents and businesses will have access to high speed internet by the end of this year.   Medina City Administrator [...]

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“Please do it, and do it quickly.” A resident of Willowbrook Drive in Medina made this comment before the Medina City Council during a May 21 public hearing on proposed improvements to her street. Shortly after that she learned that she will get her wish. The City Council took several actions that will make this [...]

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The Medina City Council, Tuesday, May 7, approved a letter to the Lake Minnetonka Communications Commission giving formal notice of withdrawal from the LMCC effective no later than Dec. 15. Medina is one of 17 cities that have collaborated with each other via the LMCC. The cooperative is in renewal negotiations with Mediacom for cable [...]

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Liz Weir appointed to succeed him   The Medina City Council Tuesday, April 16, regretfully accepted the resignation of Thomas Crosby Jr. from his position as Mayor of Medina, and then appointed City Councilor Elizabeth Weir to succeed him. After moving up from Acting Mayor to Mayor, Weir recommended that the City Council appoint Planning [...]

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Contract with Mediacom will go into effect then After months of negotiations, the city of Medina has taken official steps to withdraw from the Lake Minnetonka Communications Commission (LMCC) and contract instead with Mediacom in order to hasten full build out of infrastructure needed for cable television and high speed internet. The Medina City Council [...]

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Entire city would have fiber optic cable in 3 years The Medina City Council, Tuesday, April 2, was poised to approve a 10-year franchise agreement with Mediacom to expedite the extension of cable TV infrastructure to under served parts of the city, and along with it, capabilities for accessing high speed internet.  Then the council [...]

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The Medina City Council chambers Tuesday, April 2, was filled with city home owners wanting to know what would happen with a proposed water tower site for the Fields of Medina West residential subdivision, located north of Highway 55 between Arrowhead Drive and Pinto Drive. They left the meeting knowing that the City Council has [...]

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First addition lots reported as sold out The Medina City Council Tuesday, May 19, approved the final plats and development agreements for two additions to the Enclave residential subdivision, located on Hunter Drive north of Medina Road. At the meeting, the City Council also dealt with other topics. Here are some meeting highlights.   ENCLAVE [...]

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