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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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The Cambridge City Council took another step forward in possibly adopting a rental housing ordinance following a lengthy discussion during its May 4 meeting. The council first discussed a rental housing ordinance in 2007 and again in 2011 and 2012, but the ordinance never passed. The idea of a renta...Read More
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The Isanti City Council received positive news during its 2014 audit presentation during the April 23 council meeting. Matt Vos, with Abdo, Eick and Meyers, explained the firm has audited the accompanying financial statements of government activities, business-type activities, each major fund and ag...Read More
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In the next few weeks, the Isanti County Assessor’s office will begin the re-assessment of properties in the following townships: Isanti, Dalbo, and Stanchfield for the 2016 Assessment for Property Taxes Payable 2017. The office is required by statute to physically re-assess properties a minimum o...Read More
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The Cambridge City Council discussed whether it should call for a referendum vote on a one-half percent local sales and use tax as part of the state’s general election in November 2016. During the April 20 City Council meeting, City Administrator Lynda Woulfe presented information on the local sal...Read More
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