The Cambridge City Council learned of Woody’s Auto plans to expand and Local Pawn’s plans to relocate downtown during the March 17 council meeting. City Planner Marcia Westover explained Steven Wudel, owner of Woody’s Auto, is requesting an interim use permit for automobile sales and service. Wudel currently runs his business at 119 Main St. [...]
Due to precinct caucuses on Tuesday, Feb. 4, the MnDOT open house on the Highway 95 Bridge Reconstruction project will now be held from 4:30 to 6:00 pm instead of 5:00 to 6:30 pm. The open house will be held in the Cambridge City Council Chambers (300 3rd Ave. NE).
Cambridge is gearing up for the inaugural ‘Fire on the Rum’ outdoor music festival. During the Cambridge City Council meeting Monday, April 1, Cambridge Fire Chief Sean Okerlund updated the council on its plans for the June 15 festival to be held at the Isanti County Fairgrounds in Cambridge. Okerlund explained the all-ages event will [...]
A service that delivers groceries to home bound seniors is up and running in Isanti County. During the Cambridge City Council meeting Monday, Feb. 4, Isanti County Commissioner Susan Morris gave a presentation on Store to Door. Store to Door, based in Roseville, is a non-profit grocery shopping and delivery service that shops for and [...]
The city of Cambridge is again considering a compost site. Public Works Director Steve Wegwerth reported there have been discussions again about the city operating a compost site during the Cambridge City Council meeting Jan. 22. He explained years ago the city maintained a brush pile site located in the area where Aldi’s will locate. [...]
The city of Cambridge will begin the search for a new police chief upon learning the news its current chief plans to retire. During the Cambridge City Council meeting Monday, Jan. 7, City Administrator Lynda Woulfe informed the council she received Police Chief Dave Pajnic’s letter of retirement that afternoon. Pajnic’s final employment date will [...]
Could a new home be in the future for the Cambridge Senior Activity Center? The Cambridge City Council discussed the possibility of the Senior Activity Center moving into City Center Mall during its council meeting Monday, Dec. 17. The Senior Activity Center (SACS), located on 323 Third Ave. N.W., is located in a former church [...]