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Other group interested in managing the Osseo Trolley   The Osseo City Council talked about rescinding the acceptance of the Osseo Trolley during its Monday, June 22 meeting. Previously, the Osseo-Maple Grove American Legion expressed interest in managing the trolley. The council also considered...Read More
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Approves employment agreement with Riley Grams During the Monday, June 8, Osseo City Council meeting, the council officially accepted the resignation of City Administrator Doug Reeder. The council also approved an employment agreement between the city and Riley Grams appointing him to the position o...Read More
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Council talks Osseo Trolley, new Parks and Rec Commission   Costs and ideas for security at Osseo City Hall for city staff and council members were discussed during the Osseo City Council meeting Tuesday, May 26. The council also talked about the management of the Osseo Trolley and possibly cre...Read More
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At the Monday, May 11, Osseo City Council meeting, the council decided to move ahead with city administrator transition plan. City Administrator Doug Reeder said he and the city entered into an agreement in April 2012 for him to be the interim city administrator during the city’s search for a new ...Read More
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The Osseo City Council discussed the Osseo Trolley golf cart during its Monday, May 11 meeting. The Osseo Trolley service within the city is currently non-operational. Also during the meeting, the council approved the posting for an administrative/planning intern at a pay rate of $12. The intern wou...Read More
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The Osseo City Council heard and discussed a request for an Asian massage and beauty spa business during its Monday, April 27 meeting. The massage and spa business would be located along Jefferson Highway, just south of County Road 81. The council also discussed security and safety for the City Coun...Read More
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The Osseo City Council continued talks April 13 regarding the 2015 street improvement project, consisting of a change order for the mill and overlay, as well as possibly calling for the sale of bonds to cover project costs. City Engineer Marcus Thomas said at the previous council meeting there was d...Read More
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