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Below are summaries of news that occurred during the June 6 meeting of the Princeton City Council. They were compiled by Joel Stottrup. Architect bill The council approved paying a bill of $43,350 from David Linner Architects, Bloomington, for providing architectural, structural engineering, landscape architecture and electrical design services for the city public safety building […]

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The city of Princeton has given Heide Burns a five-year extension to hook her Madre Loca Restaurant into the city’s sewer and water mains, pending approval by the Princeton Public Utility Commission. Burns had originally been given a September deadline to hook into the city sewer and water mains. Burns asked the City Council for […]

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Below are summaries of news that occurred during the June 6, 2013 meeting of the Princeton City Council. They were compiled by Joel Stottrup. Architect bill The council approved paying a bill of $43,350 from David Linner Architects, Bloomington, for providing architectural, structural engineering, landscape architecture and electrical design services for the city public safety […]

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Princeton’s Rum River Festival continues this week with the annual Rum River Festival Parade starting at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 13, on Rum River Drive next to the Holiday station. The parade is scheduled to have 14 marching bands and many other units. The parade route goes north from Holiday to the signal lights at […]

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The city of Princeton is considering a cost-share project that would access state and federal money to build a second roundabout intersection in Princeton. If financially feasible, it would be located at the intersection of Highway 95 and 21st Avenue, just north of the Rivertown Crossing development where a Walmart opened in February. Consideration of […]

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Reconfiguring a city parking lot and installing public-parking signs is the city of Princeton’s solution to alleviating highly debated parking concerns on the city’s downtown streets. About two months ago Princeton retailer Kelly Guptil and Chamber of Commerce Board President Scott Berry pleaded for the council to enact a two-hour parking regulation for a central […]

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The first of eight weekly concerts in this year’s “Tuesdays in the Park” concert series kicks off June 4. All of the concerts will be from 7-8:30 p.m. Tuesdays at the Mille Lacs County Historical Society depot center, 101 S. 10th Ave., Princeton. Attendees need only bring chairs or blankets to sit on for these […]

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