City of Forest Lake
By the time the city of Forest Lake holds an open house for its new city center, no council member who voted to build the structure will still be office. That’s thanks to a vote at the City Council’s Nov. 10 meeting, one of the first votes of the council after the newly elected Richard [...]...Read More
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After a two-year stretch of split City Council votes that brought many a debate on the role of local government to the public square, Forest Lake residents went to the polls on Nov. 11 and picked sides. The results were decisive. The winners of the three open council seats and the open mayoral seat ...Read More
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The Nov. 11 meeting of the Forest Lake City Council was an eventful one. In addition to Richard Weber’s swearing in to take the place of appointed Councilwoman Molly Bonnett, Councilman Ben Winnick asked city staff to look for $1 million in budget cuts and to delay the open house for the new city ...Read More
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After a whirlwind month-and-a-half process of debate, the Forest Lake City Council has approved the development agreement and bond sale to bring a YMCA facility to town. The 3-2 vote secured $9 million in city funding for the $14 million structure on Forest Road North, but residents are left waiting...Read More
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The city of Forest Lake recently finished a round of 2015 budget talks, with plans to approve a preliminary levy on Sept. 22. However, next year residents might see an increase show up somewhere other than their property tax bills: their sanitary sewer charges. Currently, Forest Lake residents are c...Read More
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The Forest Lake City Council has finished its series of meetings on the 2015 budget, but what the budget will ultimately look like depends on a few more decisions the council needs to make. With the deadline approaching to adopt a preliminary budget and tax levy, the council will likely take action ...Read More
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