A loan agreement with the Coon Rapids American Little League to enable it to light two of its baseball fields at Sand Creek Park was unanimously approved by the Coon Rapids City Council Oct. 7.
Marc Nevinski, Coon Rapids’ community development director for close to 10 years, is moving on.
The Ramsey City Council next month will consider a zoning change that would make it possible to continue working with a local development company on a $1.9 million land deal.
The topic of renovations at Fire Station No. 4 came up during a Sept. 17 joint meeting of the Blaine, Mounds View and Spring Lake Park city councils.
Assessment rates for properties that will benefit from planned street improvements in 2015 were approved unanimously by the Coon Rapids City Council Oct. 7.
At its Oct. 2 meeting, the five present members of the Blaine City Council unanimously approved the scheduling of Nov. 6 assessment public hearings on five different road projects.
The city of Blaine is back to square one in finding a home for a dog park.