Matters regarding the city’s plan to build a municipal campus at 1432 S. Lake St. are headed back to court.
Months’ worth of ideas, concepts and dreams regarding the city’s new municipal campus have made their way onto paper.
The next piece of the municipal campus puzzle snapped into place at Monday night’s meetings of the Economic Development Authority and the City Council.
Forest Lake’s Economic Development Authority (EDA) and City Council met jointly in a closed meeting Monday night to learn the city’s defense strategy for the lawsuit served concerning the plan to build a $21 million municipal campus.
On the very day a lawsuit was served concerning the City of Forest Lake’s plan to build a municipal campus at the Northland Mall site, city boards marched on with details concerning the $21 million project.
The battle over a key public criticism of the city’s plans to build a municipal campus at the site of Northland Mall appears destined for court.
The plan to build a municipal campus on the site of Northland Mall on Highway 61 (Lake Street) survived another …
Monday’s City Council meeting featured many highly debated subjects, but perhaps the most contentious of all came last.
A swarm of agitated speakers made itself explicitly clear at Monday’s meeting of the Economic Development Authority: residents who live on Forest Lake strongly oppose the idea of a downtown marina.
Teamvantage’s plans to build a new headquarters in Forest Lake’s Airport Business Park earned final approval from the city council on Monday, June 25.
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