Government
A political race in Baldwin Township bodes to be contentious this year as the campaigns begin for the March 10 township elections, and this particular race is a repeat of three years ago. The race has Supervisor Jay Swanson running for re-election to a third three-year term and, like three years ago...Read More
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  The Baldwin Township Board recently approved the purchase of new air packs for the Fire Department. Fire Chief Michael Rademacher said the packs will arrive sometime between the end of February and the beginning of March. Rademacher expects the 20 packs and 40 bottles purchased will last at l...Read More
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Felix Schmiesing was elected chair of the Sherburne County Board of Commissioners on a unanimous vote Tuesday. “Thank you for giving me my turn,” a triumphant Schmiesing joked. He explained the County Board’s practice of rotating board members through the position on an annual basis without ha...Read More
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The county approved two resolutions relating to a request by a Princeton Area Chamber of Commerce’s Downtown Committee seeking the construction of sidewalk bump-outs in parts of Rum River Drive in downtown Princeton. The one resolution names the county as the applicant, sponsor and fiscal agent fo...Read More
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The city of Princeton’s former wastewater lagoon could become the site of an array of solar panels producing 5 megawatts of electricity. The Southern Minnesota Municipal Power Association that Princeton Public Utilities Commission belongs to has sent out a request for proposals in which contractor...Read More
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