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A water main break in Stacy, as reported in the Post Review April 23, was the primary topic at the May 12 Stacy City Council meeting. A large water main under Stacy Trail, which serves the west side of the city, had sprung a leak. The break impacted the flow and pressure of city water [...]...Read More
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Chisago County Commissioners Ben Montzka and George McMahon, both members of the county’s jail committee, and other county staff met with Minnesota Department of Corrections Deputy Commissioner Ron Solheid April 30 to talk about the county jail. The county is under sanction by the Department of Co...Read More
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Commissioner concerned about maintenance Work could soon begin on a portion of the Swedish Immigrant Trail, a project that has been in the works for years on the eastern side of Chisago County. Environmental Services, Zoning and Parks Director Kurt Schneider came before the Chisago County Board of C...Read More
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North Branch residents concerned about setbacks If all goes according to plan, Community Energy Solar could have all the permits in place it needs by the end of the year to build a 100-megawatt solar farm in the North Branch area. Chase Whitney, a representative with Community Energy Solar, said his...Read More
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The city of Stacy received a long-awaited letter at the April 14 City Council meeting from Chisago County auditor Dennis Freed regarding a tax-forfeited property: The former BP property has been seized for nonpayment of taxes. “As required under M.S. 282.01, I am requesting that you approve the pa...Read More
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Tim Friberg, resident of 307th Street, has passed a quiet, uneventful winter in his Stacy home. That existence changed with the weather. Friberg had turned in a noise complaint regarding Royal Concrete Pipe operations the day the business started operating again. Friberg reported at the April 14 Sta...Read More
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The Rush City Council on April 27 learned the cost for police coverage is going up next year, while a new unmarked squad car is on patrol in town. Chisago County Sheriff Rick Duncan and Sgt. Jason Foster relayed this news and more as part of their quarterly report via newsletter to the council. Coun...Read More
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