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Burnsville_Bulletin_Aug_and_Sept_1990.pdf
Burnsville Bulltin August September 1990A publication of the City of Burnsville for residents. This issue includes: The 1990 Fire Muster, Voting locations, Skyland Playgound opens at Cliff Fen Park, Lake Alimagnet Center for the Arts and Hazardous Waste Day. Burnsville City Council were: Daniel McElroy Mayor - Council members - Richard Jacobsen, Glenn McKee, Bernie Peroz and Ken Wolf.
Burnsville_Bulletin_Aug_Sept_1989.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin August September 1989A publication of the City of Burnsville for residents. This issue included: Burnsville Celebrating City Hall Grand Opening and 25 year anniversary, Burnsville Then and Now comparing data from 1964 and 1989, the Upcoming Fire Muster, Watch your city in action (on cable tv), New yard waste law, Crime prevention tips and City Hall open Monday evenings.
Burnsville_Bulletin_fall_1988.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin Fall 1988A publication of the City of Burnsville. This issue focus The Fire Muster and a new voting system and polling locations.
burnsville_bulletin_Mar_Apr_1989.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin March April 1989A publication of the City of Burnsville to residents. This issue included: Burnsville begins curbside recycling, 35W Council forming, Governor declares Burnsville - Capital a day, The Fire Department moves Fire Station II into a newly constructed facility on Parkwood Drive and the meeting schedule. The City Council: Dan McElroy Mayor and Council members - Richard Jacobsen, Glenn McKee, Bernie Preoz and Ken Wolf.

This issue also included two inserts: News from the Burnsville Police Crime Prevention Office for Winter 1988-1989 and information on the Star of the North State Games taking place in Burnsville.
Burnsville_Bulletin_May_June_1989.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin May June 1989A publication of the City of Burnsville for area residents: This issue features - the City preparing for move to new facilities. The New City Hall/Police Station located in Civic Center Park is now nearing completion. The actual move to the new facilities will take place on Friday, June 2 and Saturday June 3, 1989... The grand opening of the facility will be held during the Fire Muster weekend in September in conjunction with the 25 year celebration of Burnsville's incorporation...

Also included is a letter from Mayor Daniel McElory, the new telephone numbers for City Departments and the City Hall being open Monday evenings. Burnsville Sweatshirts, T shirts for sale with profits going to a local charity.
Burnsville_Bulletin_Nov_Dec_1989.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin November December 1989A publication of the City of Burnsville for residents. This issues includes: The 1990 Budget, Community Space available at City Hall, Birnamwood public golf course, Parks and Recreation activities, The Burnsville Ice Center, Cross Country Skiing in Burnsville, Snow is coming (tips for winter) and Burnsville Sweatshirts and T Shirts for sale.
Burnsville_Bulletin_Spring_1988.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin Spring 1988A publication of the City of Burnsville for residents. Topics include: Vision for Tomorrow - what will Burnsville look like in 2010? The Council on Cable TV, A letter from Mayor Dan McElory and planning, Update on the new City Hall, Fire Safety Ordinance, Park Projects, Burnsville Ice Center events, Chemical Health Commission, Juvenile Firesetters programs, 1988 Solid Waste programs, Dakota County's evolving and new systme of waste management, All dogs must be licensed and the 1988 Fire Muster. Elected officials include: Daniel McElroy Mayor - Council members - Richard Jacobsen, Glenn McKee, Bernie Peroz and Ken Wolf.
Burnsville_Bulletin_Winter_1988.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin Winter 1988A publication of the City of Burnsville (year end 1988) Topics include - Highlights of 1988, Star of the North State Games in Burnsville Summer 89, Burnsville Senior Center programs, Cable TV corner, Birnamwood Golf Course becomes city owned, Long range planning for southwestern Burnsville, Snow days coming, Parks and Recreation and an Ice Center update. Elected officials were: Daniel McElory Mayor, Council members- Richard Jacobsen, Glenn McKee, Bernie Peroz and Ken Wolf.
       
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