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1992_annual_report_to_city.pdf
1992 Annual ReportA direct mailing to all residents of Burnsville - included a letter from the Mayor, a profile of Burnsville, 1992 Accomplishments, New businesses, a photo of entire staff (no names) 1993 Goals.
Burnsville_Bulletin_Aug_Sept_1991.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin August September 1991A publication of the City of Burnsville for residents. This issue includes: The September 6,7,8 Fire Muster, Police Department receives national accreditation, Recycling reminders, Hazardous Waste, Burnsville part of International Special Olympics, Pet Owner responsibilities, Tree Trust program benefits parks, City completes financial planning process, Watch your city in action (Cable TV.) Burnsville council were: Daniel McElroy Mayor, Richard Jacobsen, Glenn McKee, Charlotte Shover and Ken Wolf - council members.
burnsville_bulletin_aug_sept_1992.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin August September 1992A publication of the City of Burnsville mailed to every resident: Topics this issue included: Proposed parks and community center referendum from the Mayor Daniel McElory, the History of the Concept, artist's rendering of a leisure pool and an environmental update.
Burnsville_Bulletin_Jan_Feb_1991.pdf
Burnsvlle Bulletin January February 1991A publication of the City of Burnsville for residents. Topics include: 1990 Highlights - A letter from Mayor Daniel McElory where he looks back at the year 1990 - Skyland Playground built, County Road 42 rebuilt and widened, Construction begins on the former site of Jack's Driving Range and two veteran public servants- Howard Knutson and Bernie Peroz retire. Also, Lake Alimagnet Center for the Arts and its 1991 calendar, City Manager Linda Barton appointed Commissioner of the Department of Employee Relations under Governor Arne Carlson, Dog Licensing, and Ice Fishing on Crystal Lake. Elected officials were: Daniel McElory Mayor, Council members - Eugene DePalma, Richard Jacobsen, Glenn McKee and Ken Wolf.
Burnsville_bulletin_Jan_Feb_1992.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin January February 1992A publication of the City of Burnsville for residents. Topics include: 1991 Highlights - a new council member Charlotte Shover and new City Manager Greg Konat during 1991, A letter from Mayor Daniel McElory, Burnsville Public Golf Course, Is your home builder or remodeling contractor licensed? Citizens Academy, Prune trees in the winter and Ice Fishing on Crystal Lake. Elected officials were: Daniel McElroy Mayor and Council members Richard Jacobsen, Glen McKee, Charlotte Shover and Ken Wolf.
Burnsville_Bulletin_Nov_Dec_1991.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin November December 1991A publication of the City of Burnsville for residents: Topics included - 1992 City budget, Snow reminders, The Senior Center now at Diamondhead Mall, Community room at City Hall, Burnsville Ice Center update, Cross Country Skiing, Burnsville proposes storm drainage utility, Survey gives Burnsville High Marks, Burnsville Shirts available. The Council were: Daniel McElory Mayor and Council members - Richard Jacobsen, Glenn McKee, Charlotte Shover and Ken Wolf.
Burnsville_Bulletin_Nov_Dec_1992.pdf
Burnsvlle Bulletin November December 1992A publication of the City of Burnsville for residents. This issue included: Chuck Siggerud takes job with Minnesota Department of Transportation, he had been director of Public Works. Burnsville Sweatshirts and T Shirts for Sale, Mid day bus service, Snow reminders, Burnsville's own cable channel, Meredith Cable coming to Burnsville, Parks and Recreation news, Burnsville Senior Center now at Diamondhead Mall, Parking reminders, holiday safety tips and Birnamwood Golf Course thank you. The council included: Daniel McElroy Mayor, Council members - Richard Jacobsen, Glenn McKee, Charlotte Shover and Ken Wolf. City Manager was Greg Konat.
City_Bulletin_Sept_Oct_1992.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin September/October 1992A publication by the City of Burnsville for residents. This issue included: John the Fire Muster Celebration, the 1992 Button design, Voting changes for fall elections, Registration information, Your City is Accessible, MAC Hot line. Those serving the city at this time were:
Dan McElory mayor, Richard Jacobson, Glenn McKee, Charlotte Shover and Ken Wolf - council members.
       
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