The Scandia City Council May 21 voted unanimously to adopt a resolution enabling the establishment of an economic development authority (EDA) to promote economic growth and attract businesses.
It is not in the long-term interest of the city to give up the easement for First Avenue.
After waiting two years, Jim and Sandi Continenza can build a new home at 13350 188th St. on Big Marine Lake.
The May 14 work session of the Scandia City Council was a special meeting with the Carnelian-Marine-St. Croix Watershed District.
Thanks to the city of Forest Lake, Scandia will triple the number of emergency warning sirens it has, from one to three.
After six months on the job, City Administrator Kristina Handt asked for a performance review and a raise. She got both.
The Scandia City Council has ended the debate about repairing versus replacing the rusting 25-year-old Engine 5180.
Does your neighbor harbor dangerous dogs or keep too many junk cars in his driveway? From now on, if you want city staff to act, you’ll have to submit your complaint in writing and sign your name.
The Scandia council began its work on the Zavoral Mine permit application Tuesday, Jan. 15 by voting unanimously to use the 2020 comprehensive plan, which was in place when the mine application was first submitted in 2008.
Instead of billing the entire cost of recent upgrades to the taxpayers, at their Dec. 18 meeting the Scandia council voted to recoup part of the cost through user fees.
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