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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.

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The city of Anoka will put its urban development fund into action by lending Leon Fischer, a partner in Teddy Bear Management, $127,920 to assist in payment of sewer and water access charges. These are the result of Fischer’s conversion of the property at 2022 North Ferry Street to residential apartments.

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