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To the editor: Count me as one of those Edina residents that hope the city council follows the advice of the planners and facilitates one of the ideas of a joint public/private enterprise zone at Grandview. Let’s get this piece of property contributing taxes to the city instead of draining them. T...Read More
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To the editor: According to the city’s own survey, 66 percent of residents agreed that “publicly-owned land should be retained and used for public purposes.” In 2014, of letters to city council about use of publicly-owned Grandview land, 48 favored a community center-public use and only four o...Read More
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J. Malaskee, President of the Oliver Hudson Kelley, No. 834, announced a series of events to celebrate National Grange Month in April. Grange Month highlights the Grange’s role in rural communities and creates opportunities for community members to learn more about and join this historic 148-year-...Read More
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How about the spring weather we’ve been having lately? I don’t want to jinx this for the Lake Conference athletic teams, but I did see my first robin last week. Last March at this time, the snow was still 8 inches deep and the only robin you could see was one in a birdwatcher’s guide. [...]...Read More
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By Mark Lerner Guest Columnist College acceptance letters will start arriving in the homes of high school seniors right about now. Along with the good news, many of the letters will also tell students and families what their financial aid awards will be, if any. Savvy families will consider such let...Read More
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