East Bethel
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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Although the East Bethel City Council failed to take action regarding management of the East Bethel Ice Arena at the May 20 meeting, Council Member Brian Mundle made a motion to allow the staff to enter into an agreement with Gibson Management to manage the ice arena at the council’s June 3 meetin...Read More
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The East Bethel City Council passed an amendment to its city ordinance allowing up to six chickens to be kept on lots less than 3 acres but no less than .5 acres at its May 20 meeting. Roosters are not allowed on any lot size smaller than 3 acres....Read More
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East Bethel resident Joe Vogl said he would like to keep four to six chickens or ducks on his 2 acres of land. But a city ordinance restricts residents from keeping any type of farm animal on fewer than 3 acres....Read More
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