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At the Nov. 12 Rush City Council meeting, city administrator Amy Mell said she is still talking with Pete Jesh of Summit Development about management companies that might be interested in running an assisted living facility in town. In May, Jesh informed the council that he would like to construct a...Read More
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The Rush City Council on May 13 approved a new agreement for law enforcement services over the next two years with the Chisago County Sheriff’s Office. While the new contract rate reflects a 4.6 percent compensatory increase over the previous contract, councilors agreed that going from $49.97 per ...Read More
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The Rush City Council on April 8 authorized the city to join the Minnesota Water Agency Response Network, otherwise known as MnWARN. By entering into this mutual aid agreement, the city establishes a water, wastewater or storm water utility and recognizes — when an emergency such as flooding occur...Read More
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Rush City is looking at the possibility of an assisted living facility coming to town. What’s been proposed as a 30-unit assisted living and memory care center generated some buzz among city councilors during an update on the matter at their meeting Monday, March 25. Some members, including Mayor ...Read More
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Earlier last month, the Rush City Council learned how busy county deputies were in keeping the community safe last year. As important as public safety is, however, can policing in such roles as traffic patrol go overboard in a city of about 3,000 people? During public comment time at the Jan. 28 cou...Read More
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The Rush City Council on Jan. 14 received a reminder that the community is a safe place to live thanks to efforts by the Chisago County Sheriff’s Office. Noting three full-time deputies are assigned to Rush City, Sgt. Jason Foster provided a breakdown of the 3,540 incidents that he and fellow offi...Read More
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