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The land sale for a proposed propane operation, planned to operate out of the Rush City industrial park, is finally set to close Wednesday. City councilors viewed updated site plans, in the context of meeting fire code requirements, and approved an easement for emergency access out to Jay Road during their regular meeting Oct. 27. [...]

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The Rush City Council has set a special time to solely discuss and perhaps make a decision on the ongoing assisted living issue. Councilors scheduled a special council meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22, to further talk about the project with developer Pete Jesch and financial consultant Ehlers and Associates. City Administrator Amy Mell [...]

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The Rush City Council on July 14 approved its version of a purchase agreement with a Twin Cities-based company that is looking to buy a 58-acre parcel at the industrial park, with rail spur, for a propane operation. The company, Interstate Energy Partners, wants to bring in propane by rail car, sell it wholesale and [...]

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A bar in downtown Rush City is asking to be the first in town to stay open until 2 a.m. The Rush City Council on June 23 discussed the 5th Street Bar’s request with Sgt. Jason Foster, who provided insight into what the later hour would likely mean for him and fellow officers who cover [...]

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An assisted living facility remains a consideration in Rush City, though city councilors want assurances the city won’t end up owning or running it. On Monday night, the City Council set a special meeting for 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 18, to meet with the developer and the city’s financial consultant to talk more about bonding [...]

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The Rush City Council on April 28 reviewed a site plan of a proposed assisted living facility that remains a work in progress. In an update on the issue, City Administrator Amy Mell said the city received a tax increment financing application from Summit Senior Communities, LLC, and the paperwork has since been delivered to [...]

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