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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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Mark Herzing returned to work Monday, Jan. 26, to his old job as a Mille Lacs County assistant attorney that he had been on an  leave of absence from since July 15, 2014. Herzing had been at odds with now former Mille Lacs County Attorney Jan Jude ever since Herzing last June 3 filed as [...]...Read More
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The top goal for the Princeton City Council this year is nearly complete – renovation of the civic center – and its lowest priority goal is connecting 13th Avenue to Highway 95. The goal setting came out during last Thursday’s council meeting. City Administrator Mark Karnowski had compiled a l...Read More
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Mille Lacs County has rescinded its purchase agreement to acquire the city of Princeton’s former fire station on Fourth Avenue behind Bremer Bank. The action came in a split County Board vote on Jan. 20. The agreement had called for the county to acquire the former city fire station in exchange fo...Read More
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