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Bulletin252020192520Issue25202_web.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin Spring 201946 viewsA publication of the City of Burnsville for residents and businesses. Topics include:

Page 6 - Can't help falling in love with Burnsville.
Page 8 - Black Dog Smoke Stacks to come down
Page 7 - Party on the Plaza kicks off June 6
Page 8 - Applications open for City Advisory Commissions
Page 9 - Community Members come together for a dialogue on race

Page 10 - Conservation
Page 12 - Environmental Guide
Page 14 - Volunteers needed
Page 15 - Save Food
Page 16 - Burnsville's most wanted: Fats, oil and grease
Page 18 - Ames Center celebrates 10 years
Page 21- Burnsville Center Village vision
Page 22 - Last word: Police Chief bids Burnsville farewell
website_gets_makeover.pdf
New look, new address, better service, City's website gets a makeover 201945 viewsThe Winter 2019 Burnsville Bulletin features the upgrade to the City's website.
New_layout_for_bulletin.pdf
A new look for the Burnsville Bulletin 201945 viewsWinter, 2019 Marty Doll, Communications Coordinator introduces the new look for the Burnsville Bulletin, launched in 1990.
Bulletin252020192520Issue252042520with2520insert_sm_201910111105104565.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin Fall 201944 viewsA quarterly publication from the City of Burnsville. This issue includes:

Page 6 - Gregg Lindberg is New Deputy City Manager
Page 8 - What’s on the Menu for the 2020 Budget?
Page 12 - Census 2020: More Than Just a Head Count
Page 13 - Pet Licenses No Longer Required in Burnsville
Page 15 - Burnsville Again Recognized in Minnesota GreenStep Cities Program
Page 21 - Matt Smith Promoted to Police Captain
Page 22 - You Belong Here: Burnsville Launches New Community Messaging Campaign
Bulletin_winter_2019.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin Winter 201940 viewsThe Burnsville Bulletin, a quarterly publication from the City for residents and businesses introduces a new format for the publication. Topics include: A feature story on the Burnsville Historical Society and

Burnsville Welcomes Melanie Mesko Lee as New City Manager
Burnsville City Council Adopts 2019 Budget
Extreme Makeover: Street Edition 2019
The City’s Website Gets a Makeover
Army of Goats Battled Buckthorn in Burnsville

Election Results
Emphasis on Economic Development
There’s a Few Things We’d Like to Clear Up... Namely Sidewalks and Trails
Burnsville Uses Grant for Crosswalk Upgrade

Detective Casey M. Buck Named Burnsville’s 2018 Officer of the Year
Luke Miller Named Burnsville’s 2018 Firefighter of the Year
Nine ‘Community Builders’ Recognized
Businesses Named ‘Employers of Excellence’
Burnsville Ice Center Welcomes ‘Little Wild’

Piecing Together Burnsville’s History One Story at a Time
Back Upcoming Events at the Ames Center
2019 State of the City Address

Elected officials in 2019 are:

Elizabeth Kautz Mayor
Dan Gustafson Council Member
Dan Kealey Council Member
Cara Schulz Council Member
Vince Workman Council Member
Bulletin252020192520Issue25203_sm.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin - Summer 201937 viewsA publication of the City of Burnsville. Topics include:

Page 3- Burnsville Police Captain Tanya Schwartz Named New Chief of Police
Page 8 - Work begins on the 2020 budget
Page 9 - Burnsville shines bright at Northern Lights awards
Page 10 - Electrifying additions to the Heart of the City
Page 12 - Community Resource Officers focus on community orientated policing

Page 13 - Safe summer nights
Page 15 - Help complete first responder sculpture HOMAGE
Page 18 - Bringing the community into focus
Page 21 - What makes Burnsville Burnsville?
and events at the Ames Center
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