Princeton city council
The city of Princeton plans to replace a recently-made vacant full-time general maintenance II (GM II) position at public works with two part-time hires through what the city is calling a reorganization effort. The city council made the decision in a 3-2 vote following a long discussion at its April...Read More
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The council once again took up the topic it began talking about some weeks ago about how to use the surplus $325,000 in the city’s tax increment financing district that includes a stretch of former railroad land. Nineteen projects are being proposed as candidates. Among them are extending 21st Ave...Read More
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Princeton City Council member Thom Walker says that after sitting in on orderly annexation talks with Baldwin Township he still has no idea what his neighbor to the south is looking for in terms of an agreement. “To this day I don’t know what Baldwin wants, what they advocate,” Walker said. Bu...Read More
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The Minnesota Hooved Animal Rescue Foundation and the civic center The foundation, which rescues abused and neglected hooved animals requested that it be able to rent the civic center for a garage sale June 12-18 and also be able to store materials there for a time prior to the sale. The city counci...Read More
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The project to build a Walmart store on the west edge of the city of Princeton continues. One indication was the city council last Thursday approving a requested  modification of the developer’s agreement for the project. The other was local contractor Steinbrecher Painting recently receiving an ...Read More
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It’s not always easy deciding how to spend $325,000 in a surplus fund, especially when there are so many places it could be spent. The Princeton City Council last Thursday discussed just that, how to use a $325,000 surplus in a tax increment financing (TIF) project fund. They didn’t come up with...Read More
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The city of Princeton plans to refinance four bonds on March 22 as one package to save an estimated $126,926. Three are general obligation improvement bonds and the fourth is a general obligation sewer revenue bond. The four bonds in their original amounts totaled $3,790,000 and the remaining unpaid...Read More
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