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City considers market forces as it reviews off-sale ordinance No growlers, no brewpub carryouts, no wine from Trader Joe’s. Burnsville allows none of these under its current off-sale liquor ordinance, which limits the number of licenses to the 12 already held by the city’s liquor stores. But the...Read More
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Democrat Angie Craig, Republican David Gerson to run against Kline Eagan resident Angie Craig said on Monday that she would be stepping down from her leadership responsibilities as vice president of global human resources at St. Paul-based St. Jude Medical to focus on her campaign as a Democrat cand...Read More
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Local business owners say shielding a portion of it would spur growth The Minnesota Chamber of Commerce has identified tax competitiveness as its No. 1 priority for the 2015 Legislature to address. At the top of its list of reforms is shielding a portion of businesses profits that are reinvested in ...Read More
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Plans to include a full-service Italian restaurant at a four-story upscale apartment and retail complex in Eagan’s Cedar Grove will move forward. The Eagan City Council unanimously approved Jan. 20 a planned development amendment that will allow Apple Valley developer Stonebridge Communities to bu...Read More
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Preliminary plans to build townhomes in Eagan’s Cedar Grove received the green light from city officials. The Eagan City Council unanimously approved on Jan. 20 a rezoning, preliminary planned development and preliminary subdivision proposal that will allow St. Paul builder Ryland Homes to constru...Read More
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Police cite privacy concerns Burnsville, whose Police Department helped pioneer the use of body-mounted officer cameras, is joining a push to keep some of the resulting footage under wraps. Officials want an addition to state law that keeps video and audio footage taken inside people’s homes from ...Read More
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