Isanti City Council
The Isanti City Council primary election is Tuesday, Aug. 14. Filing for the two open four-year council seats are John Booth, Kimberly Horst, Adam Johnson, Rick Wegwerth, incumbent Steve Lundeen and Michael Streiff, who was appointed June 5 to an interim council seat. The primary election will narro...Read More
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The Isanti City Council approved an event application from the Rum River BMX Association to host the BMX National Race at the Rum River BMX track during its meeting July 17. The event will take place Friday, Aug. 3, from 5 to 9:30 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 4, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday, [...]...Read More
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A ballot item in November could pose the question to Isanti residents whether they would support funding capital improvements to the city’s Community Center. The question could be placed for public vote of the city were to utilize outside (bond) financing for the improvements. Following discussion...Read More
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A hotel could soon be coming to Isanti. The Isanti City Council approved a development plan and Tax Increment Financing (TIF) with Isanti Hotel Partners LLC at its meeting June 19. Construction of the 33-unit hotel with a pool is scheduled to begin by July 2012. The project cost is estimated at over...Read More
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During the June 5 Isanti City Council meeting, Michael Streiff, who is on the city of Isanti Planning Commission, was sworn in to temporarily fill the vacant city council seat of Ross Lorinser, who resigned May 15. Streiff will fill the seat until a new candidate is elected during the election in No...Read More
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Kimberly Horst is announcing her candidacy for City Council for the city of Isanti. Horst has lived in Isanti since 2001 and teaches in the community. Horst also has been involved in Booktown Isanti, Isanti County Human Rights Council and has worked for other local campaigns in the past. She current...Read More
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