The Andover City Council in late 2012 increased water rates for everyone, but put more burden on the heaviest users, starting in 2013.
It sure hasn’t felt like spring, but the calendar says it is, so I guess we’ll believe it.
Spring means many of the area golf courses have opened in the past couple weeks. With all the recent rain the courses are becoming quite green and should have some healthy growth.
The city of Blaine wants more wells to accommodate future development, but wants a better handle on how much water could be pumped before it starts drilling.
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.
Spring Lake Park City Council members recently agreed that the city should stop taking a bath when it comes to the financial status of its water and sewer budget.
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.