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2012_fall_bulletin.pdf
City of Burnsville Bulletin - Fall 2012A quarterly publication of the City of Burnsville for residents and businesses. Topics in this issue include:

General Election Set for Nov. 6, 2012
Video to Provide Budget Information to Residents
Burnsville Development Update
Burnsville Runner-up in‘Best Of The Road’Competition

Goodrich, Now UTC Aerospace Systems, Cuts Ribbon on Expansion
Skaters Seek Donations for Proposed “Phase 2”
Burnsville Police Chief Inducted Into Burnsville High School
Hall of Fame,Announces Upcoming Retirement- Burnsville Police Chief Bob Hawkins
Burnsville to Light Up Heart of the City Nov. 21

Burnsville Fire Department open house
Burnsville Performing Arts Center (AMES CENTER) schedule
Water Quality Is Everyone’s Responsibility
Do Your Homework Before Doing Your ‘Home Work’ (HOME REMODELING)
Mayoral, Two City Council Seats Up for Election

sping_2012_bulletin.pdf
City of Burnsville Bulletin - Spring 2012A quarterly publication of the City of Burnsville for residents and businesses. Topics in this issue include:

Three City Council Seats Up for Election in 2012
Applicants Wanted for Advisory Commissions
City Asks For Help With House Numbers
Thank You to Residents for Investing in Homes, Community
New Video Promotes Burnsville Business Community

Tree,Native Shrub and Plant Sale Set for Saturday, April 28
2012 Environmental Guide
Be on the Lookout for Illicit Discharge in City Lakes, Ponds
Grant Money Available for Water Quality Improvement Projects
Burnsville Performing Arts Center (Now Ames Center) schedule
Burnsville Rotary Club Presents “The Second City”
International Festival of Burnsville Set for June 16, 2012

I Love Burnsville Week: June 2-9, 2012
VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT: John Grimaldi
Volunteers Needed for Wetlands Study

Summer2012Bulletin_~0.pdf
City of Burnsville Bulletin - Summer 2012A quarterly publication of the City of Burnsville for residents and businesses. Topics in this issue include:

2012 Drinking Water Report Available Online
City Begins 2013 Budget Planning Process
Residents, Businesses Respond to Community Survey
Burnsville Performing Arts Center Events (Now Ames Center)
Fire Muster Sept. 5-9, 2012
Officer Derek R. Schutz is police officer of the year
Police to Hold Citizens Academy

Firefighters Honored for Response to 2010 Black Dog Explosion
Burnsville Fire Aims to Train 6,000 in CPR by 2015
Valley Ridge Senior Housing Development Honored
No matter where you live in Burnsville, you live in a watershed.
What’s so HiPP about Dakota County?

Burnsville Named “Yellow Ribbon”City
Primary Election Set for Aug. 14, 2012
VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT: Andrea Rewalt
     
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