Government
Cambridge Mayor Marlys Palmer as well as the council and city staff offered their best wishes to outgoing Council Members Chris Caulk and Corey Bustrom. During the Cambridge City Council meeting Dec. 15, Caulk and Bustrom were presented with engraved plaques by Palmer in recognition of their service...Read More
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Isanti County residents packed the County Board room, voicing concerns over “unsustainable increases” to their 2015 property taxes at a budget and levy public hearing Dec. 3. Some said they don’t think they can afford to live here anymore based on taxes doubling or more in size from a year ago...Read More
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The Isanti City Council adopted its final budget for 2015 and final 2014 tax levy, collectible in 2015, during its Dec. 2 council meeting. The 2015 budget was adopted at $3.9 million, while the final 2014 tax levy was adopted at $1.96 million. Finance Director Sarah Cotton noted the 2015 budget incl...Read More
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The Braham City Council approved a final budget for 2015 during its Dec. 2 meeting. There is no change from the 2015 preliminary budget adopted in September and the proposed final budget. There is also no change from the 2015 preliminary levy and the proposed final levy. The board approved the final...Read More
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On Jan. 6, 2015, Kurt Daudt will begin serving in “the greatest honor” of his life. Daudt serves as representative for House District 31A – encompassing Bradford, Spencer Brook, Stanford and Athens townships in Isanti County. He will become the highest ranking Republican in the Minnesota Legis...Read More
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The Cambridge City Council approved its 2015 budget and tax levy during its Dec. 1 meeting. The council adopted its 2015 levy at approximately $4.9 million, which is a 1.3 percent increase from its 2014 levy. Finance Director Caroline Moe explained preliminary property tax notices sent to property o...Read More
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The Cambridge City Council is seeking two individuals to serve on the Planning Commission. The city will use the list of interested applicants to fill any Commission vacancies that may arise during 2015. Individuals must be city of Cambridge residents. The Planning Commission is an advisory board to...Read More
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