St. Boni City Council

By Lorrie Ham The St. Boni City Council took action on several items July 16 which were discussed at the previous night’s workshop session. The council approved several improvements for city parks, including a $4,280 expense for restriping and overlay at the basketball court at City Park. W.M. Mueller submitted the lowest of three bids [...]

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By Lorrie Ham The city of St. Bonifacius got a less than stellar response to the city parks survey that was sent to all city residents via the city newsletter in April. At the July 2 council meeting, councilmembers reviewed the results of the surveys that were returned to the city. “I’m disappointed that only [...]

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by Lorrie Ham WACONIA PATRIOT As construction on the new St. Boni Community Center progressed, the contractor discovered some bad soil. At its June 18 meeting, the St. Boni City Council approved change orders in the amount of $14,499 to cover the necessary soil corrections including the cost of excavating and dumping the bad soil, [...]

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By Lorrie Ham The St. Bonifacius City Council voted June 4 to ask Hennepin County to install a flashing pedestrian crossing sign at the intersection of Main Street and Kennedy Memorial Drive. The request came from Fred Keller, a Main Street resident and chair of the St. Bonifacius Planning Commission. In a letter to the [...]

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By Lorrie Ham Roads were the main topic of conversation at the St. Boni City Council meeting held May 21. Residents whose properties were included in the 2013 street improvement project received an update from City Engineer Jake Salsbury on the status of the unfinished work. Salsbury had met with the contractor earlier in the [...]

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By Lorrie Ham The St. Boni City Council took another look at proposed city entry signage at its March 5 meeting. After further discussion, the council voted to send the matter back to the planning commission with a final council vote on the matter to take place April 16. The city’s planning/parks commission had invited [...]

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