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Nelson International has aroused concerns of neighbors over its plans to locate a 34,088-square-foot facility for sales and servicing of semi-trucks and trailers at 10409 County Road 101 in northeast Corcoran.

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The St. Michael City Council made decisions related to pandemic-incurred expenses at its Sept. 22 meeting. The council approved awards for its CARES Small Business Grant Program, along with reimbursement for city expenses related to COVID-19.

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The Osseo City Council discussed what to do with repairs to the sidewalk along Central Avenue in front of Steeple Pointe at its Sept. 28 meeting. The sidewalk pavers are deteriorating and are in poor condition.

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At its Monday, Sept. 21, meeting, the Maple Grove City Council proclaimed Sept. 28 to Oct. 4 as Light the Night for fallen Maple Grove Firefighter Michael Paidar. The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation annual memorial takes place the first week in October every year, which honors the se…

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The Rockford City Council, Tuesday, Sept. 8, decided not to hold a special election to fill the council seat recently occupied by Ted Hill. Instead, the city will request citizens to express interest in the job and then go through an interview process.

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At its Sept. 8 meeting, the Maple Grove City Council adopted the 2021 proposed General Fund Budget, the proposed Road Reconstruction Fund Budget, the proposed General Obligation Capital Improvement Plan Budget, set a proposed tax levy for 2021 and set a budget hearing for Dec. 7, at 7:30 p.m.

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At its Monday, Sept. 8, meeting, the Maple Grove City Council recognized long-time head of the Maple Grove Community Organization. Deb Syhre has been the organization’s president for the last 18 years, which includes running Maple Grove Days.

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The Rogers City Council on Aug. 25 discussed, but took no action on a concept plan from Rachel Development for a mixed residential complex on a 14.78-acre vacant parcel on 137th Avenue, behind Culver’s and other businesses that front Northdale Boulevard