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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 sits along the south side of First Street and along 21st Avenue [...]

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When the Princeton School Board announced several months ago that it selected Barb Muckenhirn as the new principal at the high school, many in Princeton were already familiar with her in the district. Muckenhirn was the district’s director of teaching and learning for three years up until the spring of 2011. Then she took a [...]

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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 [...]

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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 shoulder of [...]

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  A mother and son looking at photos of chickens in a backyard homesteading magazine led Eric and Amy Wogen to have chickens in their backyard at 807 First St. in Princeton. Also helping that happen was the city passing a chicken-keeping ordinance three months ago. The city had allowed chickens only in its A-1 [...]

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The city of Princeton is spraying more regularly for mosquitoes this year than in past years, according to city Public Works Director Bob Gerold. Gerold said the extra spraying is needed to stay ahead of the “overabundance of mosquitoes” following this year’s rainy and cool spring. The city’s first spraying this year was June 17. [...]

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