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Bulletin_Apr_May_June_1995.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin April, May, June 1995A publication of the City of Burnsville. Topics include: Connect with the City Council at a Neighborhood Night Meeting, Police add two officers, National Night Out, New Water and Sewer rates, Keep parks and vacant lots clean, Recycling talk, New maintenance facility on County Road 11 is operational, NSP contributes cash and chips to Partnership for Tomorrow, Spring Cleaning guide, Prevent Green slime. Elected officials: Elizabeth Kautz Mayor, Charlie Crichton, Glenn McKee, Charlotte Shover and Deborah Moran Council members.
Bulletin_Fall_1995.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin Fall 1995Volume 5, Number 3 - A publication of the City of Burnsville. Topics include: Neighborhood Night planned, $1,000,000 in cuts considered as 1996 budget process begins, A long term plan to fund the city's infrastructure, Plans for 1996, Police and retailers team up against crime, Citizens guide police planning process, Fire prevention, Minnesota Valley Transit Station grand opening, Business finds Burnsville a good place to call home, Recylcing, Recreational activities, new paint for Heather Hills Water tower and the Fire Muster. Elected officials: Mayor Elizabeth Kautz, Council members - Charlie Crichton, Glenn McKee, Deborah Moran and Charlotte Shover.
Bulletin_spring_summer_1996.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin Spring Summer 1996A publication of the City of Burnsville. Topics include: Let's hear what you have to say about safety, New alarm ordinance takes effect in July, Police seek standard of excellence through national accreditation, Cities combine to offer savings on summer street projects, Economic growth goals, Youth to join City Council advisory boards, Spring clean up and compost sites, Appliance collection, A simple way to save $1,000,000, Neighborhood night, City auction. Elected officials: Elizabeth Kautz Mayor, Charlie Crichton, Glenn McKee, Deborah Moran and Charlotte Shover council members.
Burnsville_Bulletin_Dec_1996.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin December 1996Volume 6 Number 5. A publication of the City of Burnsville topics include: Winter family fun, Kautz, Shover and Workman elected to service and Glenn McKee retires after ten years, Transportation forum, Vacant land study, Pet ownership, Burnsville Senior Center at Diamondhead Mall, Ice Skating opportunities, Cross Country Skiing, Survey shows 95% recycle and HRA can help.
Burnsville_Bulletin_Election_issue_1996.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin - Election issue October 1996A publication of the City of Burnsville for residents. Topics in this special issue include: Proposed budget holds the line on basic services, Public Safety and Infrastructure needs guide city budget, MVTA transit levy transfers to city portion of tax statement, City services provide value for the tax dollar, Mayor and two Council positions on November 7 Ballot, Candidates for Mayor - Elizabeth Kautz and Gary Fortier. Map showing polling places, Snow and Ice reminders, What citizens can do to help city crews work more efficiently, North and South River Hills rally to rebuild momuments, Destination Burnsville - tourist program, Kramer Nature Preserve opens.
Burnsville_Bulletin_Fall_1996.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin Fall 1996Volume 6 Number 3 - A publication of the City of Burnsville. This issue includes: Take a tour of Burnsville - bus tour to give a close look at what is new in Burnsville, Community Support for DARE, Fire Department open house, Grants improve community safety - outside funding nears $500,000, Transit levy moves to the City, Talk Trash, Two new polling locations for September 10, 1996 election, Absentee ballots, Recreation update,The Fire Muster. Elected officials: Elizabeth Kautz Mayor, Charlie Crichton, Glenn McKee, Deborah Moran and Charlotte Shover Council members. Greg Konat City Manager.
Burnsville_Bulletin_Janfebmarch_1995.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin Jan. Feb. March 1995A publication of the City of Burnsville for residents. Topics included: The key to understanding your taxes, Do you want to serve on a Commission? A construction guide for your 1996 tax statements, 1994 Highlights, Farewell to Mayor McElroy, New Community Partnerships, All Star Burnsville, Park and Ride facility, Answers to questions about carbon monoxide,Tree Sale, City Council sets eight priority objectives for 1995, Recreation happenings, Learn how to reduce yard waster. Elected officials were: Elizabeth Kautz Mayor, Charlie Crichton, Glenn McKee, Charlotte Shover and Deborah Moran Council members. Greg Konat was City Manager.
burnsville_bulletin_spring_1996.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin Spring 1996A publication of the City of Burnsville for residents. In this issue: Building stronger neighborhoods is focus of March 19 forum, Four officers to be added in 1996, Crime Prevention, Council sets four priority objectives for 1996, City sells last parcel of EDA land, City Council supports go slow development at current airport site, Tree Sale, Volunteers play key role in youth sports, City and Minnesota Valley Transit Authority venture a benefit for all, Recreational happenings and property tax increases.
Burnsville_Bulletin_WInter_95.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin Winter 1995Volume 5 Number 4, A publication of the City of Burnsville. This 16 page issue is one of the largest produced. Topics include: 1966 City Budget tackles key issues for next year and beyond, Multi-housing program geared to work with apartment owners and tenants, Animal ordinance, Neighborhoods to benefit from greater emphasis and coordination of programs, Completion of new post office set for July 1996, Waste Committee to study way garbage is collected, High School students travel to city hall, fire station and police station to get first hand look at services, Winter, Minnesota Valley Transit and City partner Senior Center focal point for seniors, Ice Skating locations, Recreational activities. Elected officials were: Elizabeth Kautz Mayor and Council member s- Charlie Crichton, Glenn McKee, Deborah Moran and Charlotte Shover. City Manager Greg Konat.
burnsville_recyle.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin Insert 1996Burnsville now recycles mail! Find out how you can recycle most of your mail. Our special free recycling poster tells you how and what to do. This brochure was included with the Burnsville Bulletin.
   
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