A comprehensive master plan update for the city of Coon Rapids’ water system proposes spending close to $10 million in capital improvements over the next five years.
In the 24 years that Lyle Clemensen and his wife have lived along the Mississippi River, he has received 14 pounds of paperwork from the state of Minnesota about potential rule changes or best practices for maintaining a riverfront property.
The city of Coon Rapids will again take part in the state performance measurement program, as it has since the program was created in 2010.
Rep. Connie Bernardy, DFL-Fridley, filed for re-election for the Minnesota House of Representatives in District 41A, the community in which she grew up. The district includes Fridley, New Brighton and Spring Lake Park. Bernardy is a Spring Lake Park graduate.