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On June 2, Wyoming city officials authorized the sale of general obligation bonds to finance the street improvements and utility upgrades, which are currently underway. Brenda Krueger, with Springsted Inc., said bidding was aggressive due to the city’s strong financial standing. Five bids were ten...Read More
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After the Forest Lake City Council sent the incoming YMCA’s site plan back to the city’s Planning Commission to address council member concerns, the commission decided that the YMCA had adequately addressed council concerns and reapproved the plan. The approval of the site plan, with no changes,...Read More
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A list of developers who owe money to Linwood Township was reviewed at the Town Board’s May 26 meeting. Of these projects, some have been partially completed; others have changed ownership. Accountant Pam Olson brought the updated list, including balances owed and records of communication. Accordi...Read More
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Editor’s note: This is the fourth and final part in a series comparing the taxes, spending and services of Forest Lake to other cities in the greater metropolitan area. “I realize that the annexation is water over the dam, but I’m also sympathetic to some of the comments people make when feel ...Read More
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Update: The planning commission members decided that they felt the YMCA had taken the appropriate measures to address city concerns and statutes. On June 10, they voted 7-1 to send the site plan back to the council unchanged. More information will be posted in a future story. The Forest Lake City Co...Read More
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