Isanti County Board
Isanti County officials explained the 2013 proposed budget and levy to residents during the Isanti County Board’s truth in taxation hearing Wednesday, Dec. 5. County Administrator Kevin VanHooser said the county is proposing a 0 percent change to the $15.5 million property tax levy. The final 2013...Read More
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Seniors in Isanti County will soon be able to have their groceries delivered straight from the store to their front door. The organization Store to Door is expanding its services to the county, according to Executive Director Mary Jo Schifsky, who presented information to the Isanti County Board dur...Read More
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Captain’s on Long Lake has entered into a receivership with ST Lakemoor, with former owner Herb Knutson leasing and running the business. During the Isanti County Board meeting Sept. 19, commissioners approved transferring of the liquor license from Johnson’s Tavern Inc. to Captain’s on Long L...Read More
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Isanti County residents will not see an increase in the county portion of their property taxes in 2013. Commissioners voted to approve a 0 percent increase for the proposed 2013 levy at the County Board meeting Sept. 5. The proposed gross levy is about $17 million, with $1.6 million coming from coun...Read More
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Two radio towers in Cambridge will soon be dismantled and removed. The Isanti County Board approved a bid of $8,800 during its meeting Aug. 15 for Wireless Broadband Services to provide the labor, materials and crane costs to safely remove the towers. The total cost to remove the courthouse tower lo...Read More
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An Isanti County Commissioner’s interview with a Twin Cities television station has led to a public reprimand. During the Aug. 1 Isanti County Board meeting, the board approved a motion to censure Commissioner Alan Duff for giving what they describe as “false and misleading” statements regardi...Read More
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