Forest Lake Police
Cliff Buchan News Editor It’s not every night that residents of apartment buildings are forced to evacuate because of a fire. But twice in one night? That’s what residents of Mill Pond II, 525 SW 4th St., experienced late Friday, Aug. 3 and early Saturday, Aug. 4. In the first incident, a mattre...Read More
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Clint Riese Staff Writer Forest Lake City Council members at Monday’s meeting exercised considerable restraint in an attempt to discuss a proposed animal dispatch policy without getting bogged down once again in the details of a January incident which led to the creation of the proposed policy. Th...Read More
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Overnight street parking will be allowed in Forest Lake for over half of the year after the city council voted on Monday to change the parking ordinance. Parking will now be allowed on city streets at any hour from April 15-Nov. 1. On-street parking will remain restricted during the hours of 2-6 a.m...Read More
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Chris Johnson Jim DuFour Guest Columnists As some may know, the Forest Lake City Council has been asked to consider adopting a policy that restricts our police from entering private property for the purposes of pursuing, killing or capturing (“dispatching”) wild animals. This request followed th...Read More
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Cliff Buchan News Editor Medical calls on the Fourth of July kept city police and ambulance crews busy, Forest Lake Police Capt. Greg Weiss said this week. Overall, it was a normal celebration in terms of police calls for service. During the six days of the 88th annual Fourth of July celebration, po...Read More
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