City of Forest Lake
Though the Forest Lake City Council spent the bulk of its Nov. 24 meeting going over potential budget cuts, members also devoted some time to discussing an open house for the new city center and the expenditure of park funds for a dragon sculpture in Cedar Park. City center During its Nov. 10 meetin...Read More
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Parental support The Lakes Area Youth Service Bureau will offer a weekly parent support meeting from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. every Thursday at the LAYSB office, 244 N. Lake St. Parents are invited to show up any Thursday night and meet with other parents about any parenting concerns. Common topics will in...Read More
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The Forest Lake City Council did not make any official decisions Nov. 24 on the city staff recommendations for $1 million to be cut from the city budget, but members did give preferences about what parts they would like to keep and what parts they would accept giving up. Though council members disag...Read More
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Editor’s note: Due to the Thanksgiving holiday and its accelerated press deadlines, this article was written before the Forest Lake City Council discusses the proposed budget cuts. The council is still  mulling some of the proposed cuts, but they want to keep most of the police budget intact...Read More
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With Molly Bonnett off the City Council, a new council majority in Forest Lake wasted no time in looking for a change in the city’s financial direction. In a Nov. 10 motion backed by Councilman Michael Freer and new Councilman Richard Weber, Councilman Ben Winnick asked city staff to come back to ...Read More
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