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Ice Arena number 1 again -2004July 5, 2007 - Thisweek News/Dakota County Tribune

John Von Bank has worked at the Burnsville Ice Center for 28 years. He has 3.5 full time employees and 10 part timers...
Dec 10, 2021
30th_anniversary.pdf
Ice Center celebrates 30 years of ice time - 2002December 14, 2002 - Thisweek News/Dakota County Tribune

The Burnsville Ice Center has been in business for 30 years, but business isn't as brisk as it was at times during the 1980's...
Dec 10, 2021
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Burnsville voters approve indoor ice arenaJuly 21, 1971 - MInneapolis Tribune

Burnsville voters Tuesday approved a $950,000 bond issue to finance construction of an indoor ice arena...
Dec 09, 2021
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Ice Arena okayed 1060 to 619 - 1971July 22, 1971 Dakota County Tribune

The $950,000 ice arena bond election was passed 1060 to 619 by Burnsville voters on Tuesday...
Dec 09, 2021
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Burnsville Braves HockeyThe Burnsville Braves on the home rink.Nov 25, 2021
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Burnsville Braves HockeyBurnsville Braves at the home rink.Nov 25, 2021
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Orange Line Transit Station 2020Initial sketch for the Orange Line transit station next to the Maven Apartments.Nov 24, 2021
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Orange Line Transit Station 2021The newly opened Orange Line transit station next to the Maven Apartments, October 2021.

This station is a northbound-only platform located at the intersection of Travelers Trail and Burnsville Parkway near I-35W. The platform is 80 feet long and includes one shelter waiting area with a larger canopy. New sidewalks will connect the station to Burnsville Parkway and neighboring businesses.
Nov 24, 2021
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Orange Line Transit Station 2021The newly opened Orange Line transit station next to the Maven Apartments, October 2021.

This station is a northbound-only platform located at the intersection of Travelers Trail and Burnsville Parkway near I-35W. The platform is 80 feet long and includes one shelter waiting area with a larger canopy. New sidewalks will connect the station to Burnsville Parkway and neighboring businesses.
Nov 24, 2021
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Burnsville City Council 2021 The Burnsville City Council, 2021. Dan Gustafson, Cara Schulz, Elizabeth Kautz (mayor), Dan Kealey and Vince Workman.


Photo compliments of the City of Burnsville
Nov 24, 2021
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Heart of the City A holiday view of the Heart of the Cities 2019. Photo compliments of the City of Burnsville.Nov 23, 2021
new_era_of_transit.pdf
New era in transit opens December 4, 2021November 12, 2021 Burnsville Eagan Sun/Thisweek News

A new era of mass transit for Burnsville and cities north will begin December 4 when the Orange Line bus rapid transit service opens along Interstate 35W...
Nov 20, 2021
new_dog_cassidy.pdf
Department happy with new police dog CassidyAugust 17, 1983 Burnsville Sun -

Cassidy, the second member of the K 9 Corps of the Burnsville Police Department has been patroling the streets of Burnsville for about six weeks...
Nov 19, 2021
k9_story.pdf
K 9 corps to demonstrate functions in police work 1983January 25, 1983 Burnsville Sun -

Officer Jerry Hutchinson of the Burnsville Police Department, along with his trained dog Starsky, will appear at the February 8 meeting of the Burnsville Lions Club.
Nov 17, 2021
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Interstate 35W Bridge project completed Saturday, October 30, 2021 - 10 a.m.–12 p.m. Press Release - Shown Burnsville Mayor Elizabeth Kautz

Join us for a project celebration to mark the completion of the I-35W Minnesota River Bridge construction project. This small gathering will include remarks from MnDOT, Ames Construction, Bloomington and Burnsville representatives.

The event will consist of speaker remarks, photography and the opportunity to walk or bike the new multi-use trail along the river bridge. Photo compliments of Ames Construction
Nov 13, 2021
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Interstate 35W Bridge project completedSaturday, October 30, 2021 - 10 a.m.–12 p.m. Press release:

Join us for a project celebration to mark the completion of the I-35W Minnesota River Bridge construction project. This small gathering will include remarks from MnDOT, Ames Construction, Bloomington and Burnsville representatives.

The event will consist of speaker remarks, photography and the opportunity to walk or bike the new multi-use trail along the river bridge. Photo compliments of Ames Construction.
Nov 13, 2021
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Interstate 35W CompleteMnDOT photo taken by a consultant on the Mn River Bridge project. Nov 09, 2021
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12th Avenue at Highway 132021 view of 12th Avenue and Highway 13 once site of the Pat and Mary Connelly farm and Burnsville Bowl and Burnsville Post Office.Nov 07, 2021
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Entry sign near City Hall campusEntry sign for City of Burnsville 2018.Nov 07, 2021
Look_at_2022_budget.pdf
2022 budget planningBurnsville Bulletin Fall 2021 profiles the 2022 budget planning.Nov 07, 2021
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Burnsville Ice Center anniversary2022 - the Ice Center turns 50 years old.Nov 05, 2021
Glen_N_dies.pdf
Glen Northrup, Burnsville's Mr. Do it all dies 2021November 5, 2021 - Burnsville Eagan Sun/Thisweek News

Glen Northrup, age 94, first full time employee for city of Burnsville dies...
Nov 05, 2021
Brian_Holzer_appointed.pdf
Brian Holzer appointed fire chief in BurnsvilleJune 13, 1979 Burnsville Sun

Brian Holzer, a 10 year veteran of the Burnsville Department of Public Safety, was named the city's first fire chief...
Nov 05, 2021
volunteers_authorized.pdf
Public Safety volunteers autorized in Burnsville 1979June 27, 1979 Burnsville Sun

The Burnsville City Council has approved the use of volunteers within the present public safety department to serve as emergency medical technicians and assist the fire suppression units...
Nov 05, 2021
criteria_for_fire_chief.pdf
Council adopts criteria for fire chief position 1979June 13, 1979 Burnsville Sun

The Burnsville City Council last week approved criteria for the position of fire chief and officially appointed Brian Holzer to the position...
Nov 05, 2021
fire_chief_editorial.pdf
Fire Chief appointment is good newsJune 13, 1979 Burnsville Sun - Editorial

Burnsville residents, we believe, will welcome the news that the city council has at last seen fit to appoint a full-time person to the position of Fire Chief -Brian Holzer.
Nov 05, 2021
reorganize~0.pdf
Burnsville plans to reorganize city's public safety departmentMarch 28, 1979 Burnsville Sun.

Burnsville took some first steps towards reorganizing the city's public safety department last week as the council voted to eliminate the public safety director position and replace it with separate police and fire chiefs...
Nov 05, 2021
proposal.pdf
Separate departments proposed for fire and police 1979January 31, 1979 Burnsville Sun

A proposal to divide the Burnsville public safety department into separate police and fire units was discussed...
Nov 04, 2021
Burnsville-Heart-of-the-City.pdf
Heart of the City profileA profile of the Heart of the City published by the Metropolitan Council.Nov 02, 2021
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The Heart of the City Heart of the City is Burnsville’s 54-acre downtown area. Centered on Nicollet Commons Park north of Burnsville Parkway, this part of the city offers a variety of housing options for a mix of incomes, along with mixed-use buildings that provide spaces for employment opportunities and civic, social, and cultural activities. Photo Randy Monnens.Nov 02, 2021
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