Baldwin Township

Kathleen Heaney, Sherburne County attorney, presented the Sherburne County Economic Development Authority (EDA) plan to the Baldwin Township Board to provide economic development support for Sherburne County cities and townships. According to the plan documents, it is not the intent of the county to duplicate city and township efforts, but rather to assist local governing [...]

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Robert Essig, owner of Essig Construction Company of Baldwin Township, attended the May 5 Baldwin Township board meeting to express his disappointment that the Township Board  decided to contract with Livonia Township for road grading services. Essig’s company has been providing road grading services for the township for 33 years. Especially concerning to Essig was [...]

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There will be a new township supervisor in Baldwin Township come April. Jeff Holm will be returning to the township board after receiving 48 percent of the vote. He served as Baldwin Township supervisor from 2008 to 2011. He received 107 of the 221 votes cast in the township election. Results were announced towards the end [...]

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Baldwin Township Supervisor Kim Good, who has filed for re-election, will face three challengers in the March 11 township election. Her challengers are Tim Kane, School Board Member Chuck Nagle and former Baldwin Supervisor Jeff Holm. Brad Schumacher had also filed, but withdrew within the allowed 48 hours after filing deadline. Nagle took office on [...]

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Tensions were high at the Baldwin Township Board meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 15, where board members suggested they were blindsided by Supervisor Kim Good. That’s because Good authorized $100,000 worth of new roofs for township buildings without the board’s consent. Five township roofs had sustained some hail damage during a recent storm. The Town Hall [...]

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Sheriff’s report Officer Wilson from the Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office reported 157 calls for service in September.  This included a variety of traffic and other calls, but nothing that would be of note or concern for the public, he said. • There was some extra speed-monitoring on the new 112th Street because of reports of [...]

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Sherburne Country Mobile Home Park seems to be getting closer to finally having its septic system upgraded as the state is mandating. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is conducting a Sept. 25 to Oct. 25 public comment period in which people can comment on the MPCA’s intent to reissue a state disposal system permit the [...]

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