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Burnsville Bulletin April May 2004Volume 14 Number 1 - A publication of the City of Burnsville. Topics include: Slow down, success for traffic safety program, Enter garden and landscape contest, Police Chief Dave Farrington announces retirement, Automated External Defibrillator's program, Senior Safety camp (persons 55 and over), Springtime fire safety, Nicollet Commons Park dedicated, sculpture unveiled, Condos in the Heart of the City, Heart of the City half-marathon, Volunteers needed for wetland monitoring program, Storm drain fees, Construction site storm water runoff controls, Appliance dropoff, Deer Management, Say no to feeding deer, Appliance and Electronic drop-off day, County Road 42 improvements, Burnsville street maintenance, Over night parking not allowed, Youth page added to city website, Skate park is free, City Financial management is solid in time of uncertainity, Tammy Omdahl the new chief financial officer, Fire Muster coming up, Applicants wanted for advisory boards. Also an insert for Dakota Valley Recycling (serving Apple Valley, Burnsville and Eagan.)
Burnville Bulletin August September 2004Volume 14 Number 2, A publication of the City of Burnsville. Topics include: New outdoor water conservation restrictions, Ten automatic external defibrillators donated, Weekday State Fair express bus, Airport runway questions and answers, Rainwater gardens, Overnight parking not allowed, Volunteer make a difference, Heart of the City update, New Town Square and Nicollet Commons Park dedicated, Centrifuge unveiled, The Heart of the City: Both a place and a process for building a stronger Burnsville, Development Strong in the Heart of the City, Winners named in landscape contest, Finance a fix up with home improvement loan, Burnsville Water surpasses all State and Federal requirements 2003 report - Mayor and City Council filing dates, Art and Jazz event set for Nicollet Commons Park, New twists for 25th Annual Fire Muster.
Burnsville Bulletin October November 2004Volume 14 Number 4 - A publication of the City of Burnsville. Topics include: Heart of the City moving quickly from vision to reality in 2004, Community response to "Every Minute Counts" campaign exceeds goals, Prepare for winter, Eric Werner named police captain, Burnsville Medical Alliance focused on attracting medical industries and building health care businesses, Keep alcohol away from youth, Recycling partnership wins MNGreat environmental award, Light up the Heart of the City (Holiday lighting), Burnsville's 17 precincts set for election day and polling places.
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