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After interviewing several contractors and seeing examples of work, the Linwood building study committee recommended entering into an agreement with Structural Buildings Inc. to provide specifications, elevations and proposed cost for any renovation of the Town Hall. At the June 23 Linwood Township ...Read More
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U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar recently congratulated Tony Janssen of Forest Lake for his acceptance into the U.S. Naval Academy for the fall of 2015. Earlier this year, Klobuchar nominated Janssen to the military academy....Read More
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Jeffrey Hage Princeton Union-Eagle The city of Princeton has joined Wyoming in its class action lawsuit against the makers of flushable wet wipes. The Princeton City Council on June 25 voted to join a class-action lawsuit aimed at changing the way manufacturers of flushable wipes market the products...Read More
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At the Linwood board meeting June 16, insurance agent Chris Sauro reviewed township insurance coverage for supervisors. There were some adjustments to coverage for the buildings in Four Season Park and the township recycling building. Sauro said there were very few adjustments overall because depart...Read More
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Terry Traver Scandia Reporter The Scandia City Council dealt with a number of business items at its June 16 meeting, including the resignation of City Administrator Kristina Handt. City administrator Handt decided to resign her position effective Nov. 6 to stay home and care for her child after she ...Read More
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In a unanimous vote, the Forest Lake City Council approved the site plan, with changes, for the city’s incoming YMCA two weeks after the plan was originally presented to the body. The June 22 vote marked the conclusion to a fortnight of controversy, in which the opinions of the council majority we...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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