The East Bethel City Council voted unanimously May 15 to nominate Deputy City Clerk Wendy Warren for the 2013 League of Minnesota Leadership Award.
The East Bethel City Council last month unanimously approved spending $1,964,502.19 as its part of a cost share agreement with Metropolitan Council Environmental Services (MCES) to install a force main from Viking Boulevard to 229th Avenue.
The East Bethel City Council voted unanimously May 15 to take advantage of an unexpected opportunity to refinance the city’s 2010 utility bonds for an anticipated savings of $3 million.
A former East Bethel resident originally charged with two felonies for coming at another man with a machete was sentenced on one misdemeanor conviction April 19 in Anoka County District Court.
East Bethel residents are not happy with a state agency’s plan to cut down between 65 and 100 acres of trees in a natural preserve.
The East Bethel City Council April 17 approved a utility infrastructure loan fund program to assist businesses that will soon be required to connect to the city’s new water and sewer system.
The East Bethel City Council April 17 voted 4-1 to adopt the city’s initial water and sewer rates for those who will be connected to the city’s new system in the municipal utilities project area.
The East Bethel City Council April 3 voted unanimously to declare a historic schoolhouse that was moved to Booster East Park in 2010 as surplus property and put it up for sale.
The Anoka County Board has awarded a contract for the concrete overlay project on Viking Boulevard (CSAH 22) from east of University Avenue to Highway 65.
The East Bethel City Council voted 3-2 on April 3 to send out a request for proposals (RFP) on the feasibility of a water park somewhere along Highway 65 in East Bethel.
The East Bethel City Council April 3 adopted amendments to the city’s water and sewer ordinance, setting Dec. 31 as the date which 14 businesses in the city’s sewer district must connect to the system and also exempting existing residential properties from mandatory connection.
Minnesota’s road construction season is just around the corner and March 20 the East Bethel City Council accepted bids for and approved the city’s list of 2013 street maintenance projects.
The East Bethel City Council voted 4-1 March 6 against changing the city’s current practice of transcribing council meeting minutes verbatim and instead creating summary minute reports.
Anoka County law enforcement agencies are conducting increased speed patrols this week, March 18-22.
The North Anoka County Emergency (NACE) Foodshelf & Closet will hold its ninth annual Empty Bowls fund-raiser on Thursday, March 21 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Oak Grove. All are welcome to stop in and enjoy a meal in exchange for a free-will donation.
A regional consortium spearheaded by the Coon Rapids City Council to save money through economies of scale on street maintenance materials and services continues in 2013.
Brad Grecula could not see anything in the pitch-black water. Very slowly, something came into focus before him.
The city of East Bethel’s new website is up and running, having finally gone online Feb. 14.
Several of East Bethel’s city ordinances need correcting or revising and the East Bethel City Council voted Jan. 23 to do something about it.
The East Bethel City Council voted 4-1 Feb. 20 to eliminate conditions in the city’s liquor license ordinance under which a license holder can receive a pro-rated refund. Councilmember Robert DeRoche voted against the change.
Kurt Larios is continuing to deal with the damage that chemotherapy and radiation he had for cancer 29 years ago has done to his heart.
An East Bethel man has been accused in Anoka County District Court of sexually assaulting his live-in girlfriend’s daughter over a period of years.