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Albertville City Council member Larry Sorensen — who was re-elected through a coin toss this month — says that voter intent laws were not followed by some.
The commission says a gas station located at the old Simonson Lumber site would not fit the vision of the downtown zone.
After a recount, a split council vote and a coin toss, Larry Sorensen was re-elected to the Albertville City Council Monday night.
With one vote seperating Albertville City Council candidates Mark Barthel and Larry Sorenson, a subsequent recount resulted in an actual tie. A challenged ballot will go before council tonight.
"Two months after the terrorist attacks in Benghazi with an Ambassador and three other Americans dead, we have little knowledge of what the President knew and what his actions were," Bachmann said. Americans "deserve answers.”
Government, The Neighborhood Files
The year-long 94 project has reached completion and will open to traffic today, Nov. 15.
The plan addresses areas for residential, commercial and industrial growth.
Government, Business, The Neighborhood Files
Businesses and local government offices will be observing Veterans Day today.
Schools, Business, Elections
This week's selection includes a new gallery/gift shop, a levy rejected, school boundaries issue, DFL wins and good news for Southwest Light Rail Transit.
Voters in St. Michael broke overwhelmingly for Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, while sticking with familiar names for local offices.
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