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The Rush City Council on Jan. 26 received an update on the ongoing assisted living proposal from developer Pete Jesh. Jesh is working with an architect and a housing study, and he’s still identifying concrete numbers related to building costs and other financial information with his partners. The ...Read More
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Rush City’s City Council appointed Tom Schneider to the council at the first meeting of the new year Jan. 12. Schneider replaces Jamie Amundson, who announced her resignation last month after eight years of service on the council. Also sworn in to begin new terms were Mayor Dan Dahlberg and Counci...Read More
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Jamie Amundson never thought she would move back home to Rush City. After graduating from high school, she hit the road to Minneapolis and seemed on board in the travel field before she started working as a staffing consultant for Delta Companies. All that changed in 1999, however, when she agreed t...Read More
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In approving the final Rush City property tax levy and budget for 2015, the City Council on Dec. 8 agreed to collect $464,255 from taxpayers to help pay for city services. Financial consultant Kay Mattson presented next year’s budget and property tax levy during the annual truth-in-taxation public...Read More
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A fire truck from the Depression era, one in which Rush City residents were accustomed to viewing at parades and other events, has been sold. The Rush City Council on Nov. 24 reviewed several bids for the Fire Department’s 1937 Chevrolet open top mount pumper before accepting James Kirvida’s off...Read More
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Rush City wants to study how fast motorists are going on a portion of county roads 30 and 7 to possibly alter speeds and related signs. The City Council on Nov. 10 approved a resolution to request the Commissioner of Highways to authorize a speed limit study on County 30 and Bremer Avenue, from Coou...Read More
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