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City of Burnsville Bulletin Summer 2014A quarterly newsletter for the residents and businesses of Burnsville published by the City of Burnsville. Topics in this issue include:

Community Pride is Foundation of Community Builder Award
International Festival of Burnsville – Bringing Culture Alive
Fire Muster Festivities Mark End of City’s 50th Anniversary Celebration
Black Dog Road Closing, Going Green
Decrease in Apartment Blazes
Polce Launch Online Crime Map
Brian Hasselman Named Burnsville 2013 Police Officer of the Year
Chris Faste Hired as Burnsville Building Official
Primary Election Set for Aug. 12
2015 Budget Process Underway
City of Burnsville Bulletin Spring 2014This issue announces the 50th anniversary plans for the city. Other topics include:
Local Government Can’t Work Without People Like You!Take an Active Role on an Advisory Commission

Two City Council Seats Up for Election in 2014

Burnsville Historical Society Plans 1939 Exhibit- Exhibit to Also Celebrate City of Burnsville’s 50th Anniversary

I Love Burnsville Week May 31 – June 7

The 2014 Environmental Guide


Jeff Radick Promoted to New Assistant Public Works Director and Ames Center events.
City of Burnsville Bulletin Fall, 2014Topics the quarterly newsletter mailed to residents and businesses include:
Fright-Filled Fun at Third-Annual Halloween Fest
New Direction Planned for THE GARAGE
New Garden, Statue in Works at Alimagnet Park
Heart of the City Alive with Lights Nov. 26
Ames Center events
Burnsville Aims High at City Archery Range
Fire Department Open House is Oct. 9

Firefighter/Paramedic Andrew Hamlin Receives citizenship award
Federal Grant, Lions Club Help Update 25-Year-Old Alerting System
in Burnsville Fire Stations
2015 Budget Meetings Continue, Levy Increase Proposed
Bluebirds Find Home in Civic Center Prairie

General Election Set for Nov. 4
City Compost Site Remains Open Weekends for Buckthorn and more.
City of Burnsville Bulletin Winter 2014A quarterly newsletter for the residents and businesses of Burnsville published by the City of Burnsville. Topics in this issue include:

Burnsville Residents Volunteer For Many Reasons. What Will Yours Be?
Help with Shoveling Neighborhood Fire Hydrants
Burnsville Performing Arts Center to Become ‘Ames Center’
2014 Budget
Home Improvement Loans Available to Burnsville Residents
City, County and State Road Work Projects on Docket for 2014
Airport Noise
New Sign Lights Up Civic Center Park
Burnsville’s “Heart of the City” and Nicollet Commons Park were namedone of the Twin Cities’ “Great Places”
Burnsville Police Department Focuses on Core Values, Community
Burnsville Officer
Brad Litke Honored as ‘Exceptional Officer’ by Dakota County
and more.
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