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Invasive trees removed from northwest corner to restore oak savanna Steve Thomforde pictures a blanket and a picnic basket in an oak woods once so choked with invasive trees and shrubs you could barely wander in. The setting is Burnsville’s Terrace Oaks Park West, where last week crews finished ha...Read More
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Street projects include reconstruction in Leisure Estates area Parts of three Burnsville thoroughfares will undergo pavement rehabilitation this year, and aging streets will be rebuilt in the Leisure Estates area. The City Council set the stage for a busy construction season March 3, approving plans...Read More
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The good news for Burnsville cable subscribers is they could keep their number if they use cable phone service. But those with email accounts would be getting new addresses. Those are among the myriad details of transferring ownership of Burnsville’s cable franchise to a new company. The City Coun...Read More
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  Council votes to lift population-based cap on stores City Council members voted Tuesday in favor of lifting a population-based cap on the number of liquor stores in Burnsville. The council voted 4-0 to change a provision in the off-sale liquor ordinance limiting licenses to one per 5,000 resi...Read More
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Recent NLRB decisions causing some concern A group of franchise owners met with U.S. Rep. John Kline, R-Burnsville, at Rosemount’s Anytime Fitness on Monday to discuss challenges within the industry and recent action by the National Labor Relations Board. A recent ruling by the NLRB may affect lab...Read More
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State may move project from 2020 to 2017 The aging Interstate 35W bridge over the Minnesota River could be replaced in 2017 — three years earlier than state transportation officials had planned. The bridge ranks second among metro-area bridges needing replacement or improvements, according to Jon ...Read More
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Mayor hits many subjects with State of the City speech Roads, redevelopment, police body cameras and the School District 191 referendum were among the topics Burnsville Mayor Elizabeth Kautz addressed in her annual State of the City speech Feb. 11. Sponsored by the city and the Burnsville Chamber of...Read More
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