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Attendees of an upcoming free class at Richfield Central Education Center will learn how to avoid losing a large portion of their retirement to the IRS and how to structure a multigenerational IRA. Other topics in the class, hosted by financial advisor Michael Lynch from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 28, include charitable planning and the [...]

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Financing is yet to be finalized for the Lyndale Gardens redevelopment project, prompting one Richfield city council member to question the developer’s ability to secure those funding sources. “I hope you make it but I don’t think you’re going to,” City Councilmember Pat Elliott told the developer Tuesday, Oct. 14, before the council unanimously approved [...]

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by Elizabeth Fechter Murphy News Service Members of the Eden Prairie community met Oct. 15 for a community conversation on human trafficking led by an FBI agent. The conversation focused on what human trafficking is, how often it occurs and what parents can do to prevent their children from becoming victims. Special Agent Tim Wittman, [...]

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Parent-teacher conferences take place at Richfield High School from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 28. Conferences will take place in an arena format, with schedules and maps available at the paying and receiving window for parents to pick up. There will be no school at RHS for the day. Info: bit.ly/RHSconferences

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Candidates for Richfield City Council and mayor outlined some of their views last month as the League of Women Voters hosted a candidate forum at the Richfield Municipal Center. Mayor Debbie Goettel, her challenger Marty Kirsch, and at-large council candidate Michael Howard answered questions from the League of Women Voters and the public that addressed [...]

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