Government
If the walls of the ornately oak-trimmed rotunda in the historic Mille Lacs County courthouse could talk, they might be whispering about the proposed new layout of offices there. The county commissioners have talked about reorganizing for nearly a year now. The conversation continued the morning of ...Read More
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Thirty-seven parcels would receive assessments under a planned $1.1 million sewer, water and street project in the West Branch Street area this summer. The Princeton City Council discussed the project Thursday, Feb. 5, when it went through the formality of approving a resolution to have the engineer...Read More
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The union grievance that Mille Lacs County Attorney Mark Herzing filed against the county has reached step 3. The county has not disclosed what the grievance is that Herzing filed through the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees union, but it likely has to do with Herzing hav...Read More
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  On February 9, 2015, at 7 p.m., the Mille Lacs County Planning Commission will be conducting the first of two public hearings regarding proposed changes to zoning regulations (the Development Ordinance, also referred to  as “the Code”) and a zoning map.  Zoning regulations govern how la...Read More
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The Princeton City Council conducted the following business Jan. 22, 2015. Written by Joel Stottrup. Extra expenditure The council approved a request by Minnesota Native Landscapes for $20,575 extra compensation to the company in its contract to stabilize the stream bank along the Rum River that run...Read More
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There is a good chance Lois Foster’s dog kennel license application to the city of Princeton won’t be acted on for more than six months. The Planning Commission is recommending the City Council pass a six-month moratorium on approving any kennel applications until it can redo its regulations on ...Read More
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The Princeton Fire and Rescue Department had 256 calls in 2014, more than in 2013 but not by a lot, according to Fire Chief Jim Roxbury, who made the report public at last Thursday’s City Council meeting. Fifty-three percent of the calls were medical, accounting for 142 calls. Of those, 13 were mo...Read More
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