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More than one Princeton city taxpayer voiced frustration over rising taxes during the city’s Dec. 11 tax levy hearing, after which the City Council raised the city levy 2.03 percent for 2015. The levy equates to $2.208 million. City treasurer Steve Jackson explained that the estimated tax capacity...Read More
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Firefighter election The council approved the results of the Princeton Fire and Rescue Department’s Dec. 2 leadership election in which Jim Roxbury was re-elected chief, Tim Jensen was re-elected captain No. 1, Troy Thompson was re-elected captain No. 2, and Ron Lawrence was elected assistant chie...Read More
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  The city has approved James Dougherty’s request to close an on-street parking stall located in front of his Princeton Meats business building at 518 First St. in downtown Princeton. He received the OK from the City Council Dec. 11 when he explained that the parking stall is in front of the ...Read More
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  Assistant Mille Lacs County Attorney Mark Herzing is still not back to work since the county upheld Mille Lacs County Attorney Jan Jude’s move to put him on a leave of absence early last summer. That is despite the County Board stating that the leave of absence would continue only as long a...Read More
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