Government

Princeton School District officials are expecting to have good news for taxpayers when they open bond bids for the district’s upcoming $29.95 million construction project. Favorable interest rates could lessen the cost to taxpayers, according to representatives of Ehlers, the school district’s financial adviser. The school district is set to open bids for its $29.95 [...]

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Mille Lacs and Aitkin counties are not going to have a contract after all to try out Mille Lacs County’s proposal of using the services of the Aitkin County assessor part time for six months. The Mille Lacs Board had been hoping that such a contract could lead to a long-term arrangement where Mille Lacs [...]

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Editor’s Note: This following was submitted by the candidate on her own behalf Kathleen A. Heaney is pleased to announce her bid for re-election for the position of Sherburne County Attorney.  Ms. Heaney has served as the Sherburne County Attorney since January 2003.  “It has been an honor and a privilege to serve the citizens [...]

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After years of being an eyesore along Rum River Drive on the city of Princeton’s north end, the long-abandoned masonry building that was once a gas station is nearing its demise as part of a redevelopment plan. Located at 903 Ninth Ave., the property consists of a 0.45-acre lot with a former gas station building. [...]

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The Baldwin Township Board at its May 22 meeting passed a motion in a 3-2 vote to eliminate the public forum at its business meetings. The board replaced the forum with a setup in which someone wishing to speak during a  meeting, fills out a form with the name and nature of request and the [...]

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