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Concerns over the effects of the emerald ash borer on Princeton trees aren’t as bad as officials may have expected. That’s because there are less ash trees in the city than anticipated. A tree study recently completed by the Sherburne County Soil and Conservation District and carried out in larg...Read More
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Trail expansions are on the horizon in Princeton. Earlier this year Princeton received a $75,000 grant to expand the Great Northern Trail from Rum River Drive west of Highway 169 south to 313th in Baldwin Township. Awarded under the DNR’s Local Trail Connections Program, the grant (and a $25,000 m...Read More
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  The city of Princeton and Baldwin Township are returning to the negotiating table in hopes of coming to terms on an orderly annexation agreement. The city received a letter dated Aug. 21 from Baldwin Township Chairman Jay Swanson stating that it is the township’s desire to meet and continue...Read More
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  The future of a crosswind runway at the Princeton Municipal Airport appears to be up in the air. The Princeton City Council on Sept. 26 grounded plans for a future crosswind runway when it directed its airport engineer to remove the crosswind runway from its airport layout plan. The move has ...Read More
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Could a second Princeton roundabout lead traffic to Princeton’s Rivertown Crossing and Walmart? That’s a possibility, according to City Engineer Mike Nielson. The Minnesota Department of Transportation has given the city of Princeton the OK to move forward with the concept of constructing a roun...Read More
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The Princeton City Council approved a $2.163 million proposed tax levy for 2014. That’s about $32,000 less than the proposed levy approved a year ago for 2013. Under a proposal presented by Finance Director Steve Jackson, the city has a proposed operating budget of $3.288 million in the general fu...Read More
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Owners and managers of businesses in Princeton’s industrial park oppose an extension of 21st Avenue that would connect the Rivertown Crossing retail area with 19th Avenue in the industrial park and Rum River Drive. That was the word business leaders gave the Princeton City Council on Thursday, Sep...Read More
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