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2020 PandemicThe Ebenezer Ridges staff during the pandemic.
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2020 PandemicTechnology provides ways for Ebenezer Ridges residents to maintain contact with family and friends.
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2020 PandemicOriginan Pancake House - open for outdoor seating during the pandemic, June 2020.
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The Maven apartmentsWork continues on the Maven, Burnsville newest rental property on what was once the original site of the AAA on Travelers Trail.

According to their website: Maven is the residence of choice for ambitious trendsetters with discerning taste. Located in Burnsville's Heart of the City, wine bars, shopping, fine dining, and the Ames Center are all a five-minute walk away. Maven's spacious, open-concept apartments feature refined finishings and modern amenity packages. Transcend the status quo, push ahead of the curve, and always make the bold choice—that's just how we do things at Maven.
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2020 PandemicMay, 2020 Garden Centers can be open with restrictions on the number of customers and masks recommended.
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2020 PandemicBurnsville Bulletin Spring 2020 ad for the Ames Center during intermission due to the pandemic.
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2020 PandemicAntiques Minnesota, Highway 13's message during the pandemic May 1, 2020.
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2020 PandemicDenny's and other businesses close because of Pandemic, but continue operation with a drive-up option.
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2020 PandemicThe Cafe Bar at Jensen's is also closed during the pandemic.
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2020 PandemicDue to the pandemic, all city offices closed to the public until at least June 30, 2020.
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2020 PandemicThe class of 2020 is recognized in May, 2020 while the school is closed due to the pandemic.
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2020 PandemicBurnsville City Hall re-opens in July 2020 during pandemic.
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2020 PandemicCrosstown Liquors and other businesses close because of Pandemic, but continue operation with a drive-up option.
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2020 PandemicSome of the Ebenezer Ridges staff during the pandemic.
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2020 PandemicIt's a weekday, April 2020, a view of Cobblestone Court and a parking area on the Ridges Campus, almost empty due to the pandemic.
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2020 PandemicThe Burnsville Center is closed due to the pandemic, parking lot empty on a weekday.
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2020 PandemicFlorida Oriental Market, Highway 13 remains open during pandemic, as one of the essential businesses. Established in 2006, Florida Oriental Market is located at 1705 Highway 13 East and is a business listed in the categories Oriental Food Products, Condiments, Oriental Goods, Oriental Goods & Food Products, Asian & Oriental Goods and Food Products & Condiments.
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2020 PandemicWith businesses closed and the majority of MInnesota on lock down, ridership through the Minnesota Valley Transit Authority is reduced.
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2020 PandemicJune 1, 2020 due to COVID 19 and the pandemic, phase two allows restaurants to open for limited outside and take out service only. For Los Grandes, this is a new location opening during a challenging time.
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2020 PandemicRestaurants are allowed delivery and pick up of ordered food, but no inside sales during the pandemic.
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2020 PandemicDue the pandemic, home schooling takes place and no formal graduation for seniors at Burnsville High School.
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2020 PandemicMay 1, 2020 the pandemic lockdown is extended another two weeks. Burnsville' Grand Slam remains closed.
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2020 PandemicMay 1, 2020 the pandemic's lockdown is extended at least another two weeks. Burnsville businesses like Great Clips remain closed.
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2020 PandemicArea gyms, including Snap Fitness on County Road 42, must close during the pandemic.
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2020 PandemicRoasted Pear, like all restaurants, must close during the Pandemic, other than pick up of take out service.
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2020 PandemicBurnsville City Hall re-opens July 2020 during the pandemic.
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2020 PandemicDue to the pandemic, homeschooling takes place and no formal graduation for seniors at Burnsville High School.
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2020 PandemicApril 2020, everything including Jensen's is closed during the pandemic. However you can call in your order or order online and pickup or receive by home delivery.
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2020 PandemicApril 2020, everything including Jensen's is closed during the pandemic. However you can call in your order or order online and pickup or receive by home delivery.
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2020 PandemicThe popular J's Restaurant on Cliff Road is limited to outdoor seating the first months of the pandemic.
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