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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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The Princeton City Council conducted the following business at its Aug. 22 meeting. Written by Union-Eagle reporter Joel Stottrup Rezoning Aero Business Park The council passed Resolution 13-53, rezoning the city’s Aero Business Park to B-3 general business district. The industrial park, which sit...Read More
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The city of Princeton could be gaining a pond — and a water fountain to boot. The city has informed Mille Lacs County that it is interested in obtaining a lot that was part of a handful of tax forfeited properties in the Sharco Estates. The majority of the lot is a drainage pond with [...]...Read More
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The following incidents were reported to the Princeton Police Department between July 22 and July 29. They were compiled by Jeff Hage. Monday, July 22 1:34 p.m. Officer responded to a property dispute in the 1300 block of 15th Ave. N. 5:28 p.m. Received a report of a conscious man laying on the shou...Read More
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