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What’s the way to grow Forest Lake into the future? At a joint meeting of city leaders last week, the consensus seemed to be to make the city as welcoming and easy to work with as possible. “I think we all have a responsibility when we’re talking with citizens or residents or even developers o...Read More
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Linwood residents approved their 2016 levy in the amount of $1.5 million at their annual meeting on March 10. This amount was recommended by the town board. The township levy has been $1.5 million for seven of the past eight years, dropping once to $1.425 million in 2010. The levy was approved by a ...Read More
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With the future of the Forest Lake compost site still in doubt, city officials are working to set up temporary options for residents with composting needs. During the City Council’s March 16 work session, council members and staff discussed option for residents who wish to compost. City Administra...Read More
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Editor’s note: In the original version of this story, it was stated that 60 teachers’ contracts were being terminated or not being renewed due to budget cuts. The correct number of teachers is the equivalent of 19 full-time positions. The Times regrets the error.  “We are trying to sq...Read More
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Sara Franc Scandia Reporter The Scandia City Council received updates at its March 17 meeting about a string of burglaries, some road improvements and the Log House Landing project. Burglaries The Scandia Police Department reported a series of three burglaries around the area within three days. In o...Read More
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