Event is 6–7 p.m. at St. Michael City Hall. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency plan allows these uses: closed landfill management, solar energy farm, storage facility and public trail.
Attend an open house at St. Michael City Hall on Wednesday, May 1, 2013, 6–7 p.m., about the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency's new land use plan for the site of the former Lindenfelser landfill. Click on the PDF thumbnails to see the event flier and MPCA maps (or visit the City of St. Michael website):
The plan addresses areas for residential, commercial and industrial growth.
The St. Michael City Council Tuesday is expected to consider a comprehensive plan for community growth and development. The plan will be reviewed at the council's regular meeting, which is scheduled for 7 p.m. at St. Michael City Hall. The plan's purpose, according to city documents, is to address: Also included in the community development report is a consideration of a storm water illicit discharge ordinance. The meeting will include a public hearing about vacating easements for lots at Preserve East Ninth. In the city administrator and engineer report portion of the meeting, there will be updates on the waste water treatment plant, Beebe Lake water level analysis, and the public works shop remodeling. There will also be a finance …