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Bulletin_Fall_1999.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin Fall 1999Volume 9 Number 5 - a publication of the City of Burnsville. Topics include: Council sets public hearing on budget, Independent Audit shows city in strong financial condition, Gateway Corridor projects underway, Burnsville Bulletin wins award, Do you have a home escape plan? Speed reduction campaign, Get an emergency preparedness kit, National Night Out, Public input sought for master plan for city parks, Holiday lighting contest, Comprehensive reinvestment and redevelopment, Burnsville Parkway Bridge, Highway 13 corridor study, Mosquito control, Business Assistance policies under review, Burnsville water surpasses all state and federal quality requirements, Community guide booklet available, Heart of the City zoning district approved, Burnsville 2000 millennium updates.
Bulletin_July_Aug_1999.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin July August 1999Volume 9 Number 4 - a publication of the City of Burnsville. Topics include: Residents rate city services as a value in community survey, Speed enforcement enhanced, HRA offers 5.98% interest rate, Nicollet Avenue Streetscape project on schedule, Chaplains commended for service,
Door goes up on the Garage, Garden and Landscape winners named, Take the MVTA to the State Fair, Fire Stations, a part of your neighborhood, Burnsville wins state award for public safety, Realtors unite to address fire safety, County Road 42 at Nicollet rated fourth worst for crashes in Minnesota, How do Burnsville's Lakes rate? Closing the recycling loop, Eco-site expands to collect additional materials, Council to set maximum tax levy in September, Community Builder award, New telephone area code for Burnsville, 20th Anniversary Fire Muster.
Bulletin_March_April_1999.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin March April 1999Volume 9 Number 2, a publication of the City of Burnsville. Topics include: Community partners commit to build a disaster resistant Burnsville, Burnsville receives National Award for excellence in financial reporting, Statewide tornado drill set, Burnsville Children's Art Festival, Streetscape and trail projects underway, It's a busy weed and seed spring, City Auction, Use fertilizers that have zero or low phosphorus, Appliance drop-off day, Help your lawn and the environment, Business owners take aim at recycling, Burnsville's East-West routes under study, a review of the County Road 42 corridor continues, A study of Highway 13, Project green tree sale, Pig and Turkey roast to benefit Terrace Oaks Park, Recreation happenings, 23rd annual Impressions on ice.
Bulletin_May_June_1999.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin May June 1999Volume 9 Number 3 - A publication of the City of Burnsville. Topics include: Heart of the City moves towards special district consideration, Burnsville 2000 - Millennium Council in place to promote and organize community celebrations related to the year 2000. Burnsville High seniors get involved with the community, The Garage is set to open July 17, 1999 (Teen center), New residential business ordinance approved by City Council, Start a study circle, A 2 page feature on the Heart of the City, National Night Out, No open flame grilling, Meet the police department's GIZMO, New outdoor warning sirens, Environmentally friendly lawn care, MAC runway project, Wednesday in the Park, A new kind of Trail Mix, Garden and Landscape contest.
Bulletin_winter_1999.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin Winter 1999Volume 9, Number 1. A publication of the City of Burnsville. Topics include: Business survey results: Burnsville City Services Equal Value. Questions about property value? FEMA selects Burnsville as first Project Impact City in Burnsville, Crime Prevention fund builds partnership with community, Planning ahead helps with home improvement projects, City and School partnerships, Nifty ways kids can be kids in Burnsville, Lake Alimagnet Center for the Arts, Airport recommendation, Burnsville's Y2K plan aims for June compliance check, Water rates reflect new basic charge billing, City Council wants your ideas for a Year 2000 theme, Recycling basics, Earth Day 99, Care about the environment? Recreation happenings, Burnsville Softball, the best game in town. Also included the Annual Report to the Community.
winter_1999_Bulletin_scan.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin Winter 1999Volume 9 Number 6 (Misprint on paper reads Vol 10). A publication of the City of Burnsville. Topics include: Black Dog Amphitheater proposal, Council approves conservative 2000 budget, Slow down when you shop, Speed reduction activity, Students get a close up look at city government, Heart of the City lights up for holiday season, Year 2000 and beyond (Y2K issues), A two page feature on transportation projects, Vista View neighborhood a test site for a new neighborhood code enforcement program, Traffic circles, City ready for winter snow and ice control, Metropolitan Airport Commission updates noise program, Community Builders recognized, Burnsville 2000 book on sale and the December Winter Fun Guide.
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