East Bethel City Council
The East Bethel City Council approved Gibson Management Company to run the city’s Ice Arena from August 2015 to July 2016. Council Member Ron Koller abstained from the vote. If the company receives a satisfactory performance review in February 2016, the contract could be extended another year. The...Read More
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The East Bethel City Council approved a conditional use permit allowing Brown-Wilbert, a septic tank manufacturer and distributor, to purchase a 26-acre site at the southeast corner of 221st Avenue and Highway 65. The company will relocate its headquarters from the Roseville-St. Paul area to the ci...Read More
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The East Bethel City Council discussed at its April 1 meeting a directive issued by the Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources for the Upper Rum River Watershed Management Organization to conduct a financial audit every five years. The council ultimately recommended that the organization comply...Read More
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The East Bethel City Council members watched and listened at the Feb. 18 regular meeting as the sheriff and fire chief introduced local public safety professionals and one firefighter talked about an initiative to save more cardiac arrest victims....Read More
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East Bethel City Council Dec. 3 meeting a passed resolution insisting that council member and property owner Heidi Moegerle remains non-compliant with an ongoing project on her property. Moegerle, along with co-owners husband Gary Otremba and relative Darlene Moegerle, claim the city is or has been ...Read More
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East Bethel City Council Dec. 17 approved a project slated to bring 16 new streetlights to Viking Boulevard, including six in the city limits and the others in Linwood and Ham Lake. Federal grant money and county funds will pay for the lights, which will cost the city about $500 per year for operati...Read More
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