Government
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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The good news about the deaths in Chisago County in 2014, doctor Quinn Strobl said, is that not one of them was a homicide. Strobl, the Chisago County medical examiner, said at the Chisago County Board of Commissioners meeting April 15 that 336 people died last year in the county, mostly of natural ...Read More
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The following actions and discussion points were addressed at the April 13 Harris City Council meeting. Public works hiring The city hired a part-time public works employee, Gary Lee Nelson, of Isanti, who was the top recommendation from the personnel committee. Nelson is an experienced heavy equipm...Read More
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Some residents without water for eight hours Residents on the west side of Stacy were without water from about 8 p.m. Sunday until nearly 4 a.m. Monday morning, due to a water main break, Stacy Mayor Mark Utecht said. Utecht said the city’s maintenance department had learned on Saturday that the m...Read More
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