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City Survey results 1991Decision Resources Ltd. provided the results of the 1991 resident survey. It contained the results of a telephone survey of 401 randomly selected residents of Burnsville. The average interview took 33 minutes...
1992 employees of the City of BurnsvilleThe 1992 Annual Report of the City included a photo of the employees - with no names.
1992 HighlightsA report of City Manager Greg Konat to the City Council January 15, 1993 with the 1992 Highlights.
Governor Arnie CarlsonGovernor Carlson visits Burnsville - no date.
Building Burnsville's Future 1993An informational brochure created by the City of Burnsville for the Burnsville Business Expo 93. The piece profiles Burnsville government, city log, a brief history, population estimates, housing information, a list of the mayor and council members.
Burnsville is 35 - 1999A newspaper ad for Burnsville's 35th Birthday.
Burnsville City HallA photo of City Hall around 1990.
Cable TVCable Television comes to Burnsville and Eagan.
5th Anniversary at new City Hall 1994The Internal Communicator newsletter for employees reflects on the 5th anniversary of the "new" City Hall.
Artist Sketch of Burnsville City HallAn original rendering of the new city hall to be built on Nicollet Avenue.
City may claim mall through emininent domain 1993This Week News September 18, 1993 reports: Unable to reach a purchase agreement with the owner of Diamondhead Mall, the City of Burnville might lay claim to the property through eminent domain.
City restructuring redesign brings change to police and fire departments 1993March 10, 1993 Burnsville Sun Current reports: The City restructures police and fire services.
City of Burnsville vehiclesUndated photo, estimated to be in the 1990s shows Public Safety (Police/Fire) vehicles.
Community Referendum 1993Vote Tuesday, November 2, 1993. Burnsville voters will have the opportunity to shape the future of our community. On this date, the city will hold a special election for a Community Referendum. The two main elements of the referendum are the redevelopment of the Diamondhead Mall into a multi-use community center and a plan for improving and developing numerous parks throughout the city.
City may invoke eminent domain for Diamondhead MallSeptember 15, 1993 - Burnsville Current reports: After failing as a shopping center, the City of Burnsville proposes acquiring the mall for a community center. Voters will decide November 2 whether to approve bonds so the project can proceed. The City and Mall owners could not agree on a price. The Mall was eventually sold to Independent School District 191 and served as a high school campus.
City, Mall reach $1.75 million purchase price 1993 Burnsville Current - October 20, 1993 reports: A firm price for Diamondhead Mall has been established, just two weeks before voters will decide whether the City should buy it for a community center. Mutual of Canada, the mall's owner, has accepted the city's bid of $1.75 million. The purchase agreement does not obligate the city in any way if voters reject the November 2 bond referendum... The Mall would eventually be purchased by School District 191.
Old city hall to be county's new animal shelter 1990October 28, 1990 - Burnsville Thisweek News reports: The one story building at 1313 East Highway 13, which the city occupied as City Hall, is the probable site of Dakota County's first animal shelter...
The house known as "THE HOUSE"
The house known as "THE HOUSE"
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