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2015 may be young, but Linwood is already getting ready for next year. During the Linwood Town Board’s Jan. 13 meeting, board members discussed preparations for the Linwood Annual Meeting on March 10. Budget planning meetings are scheduled for Jan. 21 and Feb. 4. Both dates are Wednesdays. Meeting...Read More
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Area residents will have to wait for a while, but Forest Lake might eventually be the northernmost stop on a major public transit line originating in Minneapolis and St. Paul. The project planners for the proposed Rush Line transit project held three preplanning open houses on the project last week,...Read More
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Paul Rignell Columbus Reporter The current Columbus City Council is not on board with extending the East Anoka County Regional Trail through the city. During the council’s Jan. 14 meeting, Councilman Bill Krebs said he believes residents would not get enough use or benefit from the bike and pedest...Read More
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Sara Franc Scandia Reporter Scandia’s tree trimming policy will face revisions after the current policy was put under scrutiny by city residents. The City Council, joined by Public Works Director Tim Kieffer, responded to the situation after 150 people attended a previous meeting demanding changes...Read More
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At the first Wyoming City Council meeting of 2015, much of the business was organizational. The first item of business was swearing in the new elected officials, including re-elected Mayor Eric Peterson and Councilwomen Lisa Iverson and Claire Luger. Fees for city services were set for 2015. Wyoming...Read More
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