Scandia
Do you have a well? How long has it been since you had your well water tested for nitrates? You may not think you’re at risk, but it can happen. Nitrates, which are found in fertilizers and also are formed during the decay of sewage and animal wastes, are the most common contaminants in Minnesota ...Read More
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In a unanimous vote on Tuesday, Feb. 19, the Scandia city council approved the conditional use permit for Tiller Corporation to reopen the Zavoral Mine. The 1.2 million tons of sand and gravel will be taken from the site in 3.3 years. Look for more information from Tuesday’s meeting to be post...Read More
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Scandia’s annual celebration of winter this Saturday will feature something new: two performances by the Pleasant Valley Cloggers. The community sliding and skating party will take place from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Community Center. The chili cook-off, from 2 to 3:30 p.m., includes a people’s choice...Read More
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Scandia council rejects planning commission recommendations   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. Choosing t...Read More
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In a phone conversation on Dec. 14, Mike Caron, director of land use affairs for Tiller Corporation, answered a few questions about the Zavoral Mine. The following is a synopsis of the interview. Q: What is your job? A: I’m in charge of all of the land use and other regulatory permits: sand and gr...Read More
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