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A partnership between the Forest Lake Area Schools and the YMCA to expand the aquatic center at the incoming Forest Lake nonprofit facility is looking unlikely after a vote by the Forest Lake City Council. Citing concerns about costs, city representation and the ability of the proposed partnership t...Read More
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A partnership between the Forest Lake Area Schools and the YMCA to expand the aquatic center at the incoming Forest Lake nonprofit facility is looking unlikely after a vote by the City Council against amending its own YMCA plan. Citing concerns about costs, city representation and the ability of the...Read More
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At its Feb. 17 meeting, the Forest Lake Area School Board voted unanimously to accept an agreement with the incoming YMCA that would expand the facility’s aquatic center for school use. However, the YMCA’s obligations under the school agreement are contingent upon the City Council’s Feb. 23 ap...Read More
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UPDATE: The school board did not discuss the YMCA during its Thursday night meeting. The discussion is now set for Tuesday, Feb. 17 at 6 p.m. Either tonight, next Tuesday or both days, the Forest Lake Area School Board plans on considering the approval of a shared use agreement between the board an...Read More
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Forest Lake Area Schools are hoping to partner with the incoming YMCA on a partnership to enhance the facility’s pool and some other athletic facilities, but some Forest Lake City Council members aren’t sure that residents are getting the best deal. During a work session on Jan. 10, the Forest L...Read More
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The Forest Lake area had a big year in 2014, with many stories capturing the public’s attention. Development projects came to the area, citizen groups got together to help set and protest policy, and schools posted gains even as the Forest Lake Area Schools facilities referendum failed. Read on fo...Read More
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