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Tax-forfeited properties were a topic of discussion during the June 2 Braham City Council meeting. The council decided to hold a special meeting June 18 to discuss whether they will approve a listing of tax-forfeited properties for public auction or auction to adjacent owners, or request a conveyanc...Read More
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A fly infestation in Bradford Township is causing a big headache for residents who are now hesitant about going outside to work, play or even check the mail. A plan has been established to remedy the matter, including the property where it all began, in the short and long term. The Isanti County Boa...Read More
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People will not see any live poultry exhibits at this year’s Isanti County Fair, or the Great Minnesota Get-Together for that matter, because of the avian flu virus. Rebecca Kunz, program coordinator of Isanti County 4-H, confirmed the news in discussing how the bird flu is impacting local 4-H fam...Read More
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A proposed concept design for the Cambridge Public Library and East Central Regional Library headquarters was approved by the Cambridge City Council during its June 1 meeting. City Administrator Lynda Woulfe presented the proposed concept design. Woulfe explained the concept design was formed after ...Read More
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The Braham Fire Department serves all of Stanchfield Township and appreciates the recent financial support by the township board to buy new equipment. The fire department’s current SCBA air packs are almost 20 years old, and it’s time to upgrade a portion of their packs.  Pictured are township ...Read More
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Braham city engineer Brian Miller presented the 2015 street improvement project for public comment during the May 13 Braham City Council meeting. Miller recapped the projected work on Elmhurst Avenue, South from Eighth Street Southwest to Third Street Southwest, and Southview Avenue, from State High...Read More
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The Cambridge City Council voted down a proposed rental housing ordinance during its May 18 meeting. Since mid-March, the council has been discussing a proposed rental housing ordinance after Council Member Tiffany Kafer brought the issue up for discussion following the Arlington building fire that ...Read More
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