City of Scandia
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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The Forest Lake area had a big year in 2014, with many stories capturing the public’s attention. Development projects came to the area, citizen groups got together to help set and protest policy, and schools posted gains even as the Forest Lake Area Schools facilities referendum failed. Read on fo...Read More
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Katie Morford Scandia Reporter The Scandia City Council approved a 2015 levy increase of 2.14 percent at its Dec. 16 meeting, raising the total levy to approximately $2.22 million. This approval kept the levy the same as the preliminary levy certified by the council in September. One change to the p...Read More
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Katie Morford Scandia Reporter The 2015 budget and tax levy was one several topics discussed by the Scandia City Council at the Dec. 3 council work session. Currently, the budget includes a 2.14 percent levy increase for 2015. The total proposed levy is $2.22 million, up from $2.17 million in 2014. ...Read More
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Katie Morford Scandia Reporter The council chamber at Scandia City Hall was brimming over at the Nov. 18 City Council meeting as area residents expressed concern about the city’s tree trimming policy and use of the city’s flail mower. Approximately 40 citizens were in attendance. Dave Bakke subm...Read More
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Katie Morford Scandia Reporter The Scandia City Council decided to advertise for citizens to sit on the Capital Improvement Committee at the council’s Nov. 12 work session, thus reviving the committee the council disbanded in 2012. This committee will prepare annual updates to the city’s capital...Read More
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