Linwood Township
Streetlights will be installed at 10 intersections in Linwood township along Viking Boulevard (County Road 22). Supervisors approved entering into an agreement with Anoka County about installing the lights at the meeting April 28. The project includes embedding reflector strips at the intersections ...Read More
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Linwood residents approved their 2016 levy in the amount of $1.5 million at their annual meeting on March 10. This amount was recommended by the town board. The township levy has been $1.5 million for seven of the past eight years, dropping once to $1.425 million in 2010. The levy was approved by a ...Read More
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When the 2016 general election arrives, Linwood will likely have two voting precincts. Cindy Reichert, election manager for Anoka County, explained during Linwood Township’s Feb. 24 board meeting that Linwood’s single precinct is the largest one in the county. However, the main concern during th...Read More
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At the Feb. 15 Linwood Town Board meeting, discussion continued about a proposed extension of natural gas into the Shadow Ridge Development. The development has about 65 residents, many of whom have signed a petition indicating a willingness to pay assessments for the extension of natural gas into t...Read More
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The Linwood Town Board accepted the terms offered by Crown Castle related to the extension of its cell tower lease agreement with the township. Township Attorney Mike Haag reviewed recommendations made by consulting firm Steel in the Air about the lease offer. Haag believes the township received sou...Read More
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2015 may be young, but Linwood is already getting ready for next year. During the Linwood Town Board’s Jan. 13 meeting, board members discussed preparations for the Linwood Annual Meeting on March 10. Budget planning meetings are scheduled for Jan. 21 and Feb. 4. Both dates are Wednesdays. Meeting...Read More
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Linwood’s plow truck broke during the first big snowfall in November. Building official Mike Jungbauer and other city staff began the hunt for a new truck by checking with representatives listed on the state contract list. Participants save on vehicle and heavy equipment purchases. Ultimately, at ...Read More
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