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New Industry for the VillageMarch 30, 1967 Dakota County Tribune - Full Color comes to Burnsville.Dec 29, 2019
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Full Color comes to BurnsvilleMarch 30, 1967 Dakota County Tribune - The home of the Full Color Corporation in the River Wood Industrial Park.Dec 29, 2019
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Industrial GrowthAnother view of the June 29, 1967 photo Dakota County Tribune.Dec 29, 2019
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Industrial GrowthAnother view of the June 15, 1967 Dakota County Tribune photo.Dec 29, 2019
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Industrial growthJune 20, 1967 Dakota County Tribune: Riverwood Industrial Park in its current stage of development.
Left foreground -Full Color Corporation
Far background - Pan Coatings Inc
Right foreground - US Post Office
Also in area: Polar Homes, Savage Tood and Manufacturing, Northland Concrete, Reese and Associates.
Dec 29, 2019
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AAA open house November 17 and 18Novembe 16, 1965 Dakota County Tribune: The AAA open house includes this classic 1903 car in the lobby. Shown is George Kachlein, executive vice present of AAA, Lt. Governor James Goetz (behind the wheel) and to the right Erling Berg, President of the Minnesota AAA from Duluth. AAA was formed in 1902.Dec 29, 2019
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New Car Show at Valley RidgeMay 18, 1967 Dakota County Tribune: The Valley Ridge Shopping Center sponsors a new car show.Dec 28, 2019
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Jet Plaza now Valley Ridge in 1967 adJanuary 5, 1967 Dakota County Tribune: This ad now identifies the shopping center at County Road 5 and Burnsville Parkway as Valley Ridge, its original name, Jet Plaza.Dec 28, 2019
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AAA moves to BurnsvilleSeptember 21, 1967 Dakota County Tribune reports: The Minnesota State Automobile Association (AAA) opened its new headquarters in Burnsville Monday September 18...Dec 28, 2019
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Post Office openedAugust 10, 1967 Dakota County Tribune - exterior of the recently opened post office. Note, it is a branch of the Savage Post Office.Dec 28, 2019
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Neill SchoolSeptember 21, 1967 Dakota County Tribune: Scheduled for opening in 1968 , Neill Elementary under construction.Dec 28, 2019
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Wllliam ByrneJuly 6, 1967 Dakota County Tribune: William Byrne aerial.Dec 28, 2019
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AAA on TravelersJuly 20, 1967 Dakota County Tribune: AAA requested that their street be named Travelers Trail.Dec 28, 2019
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Two new police officersJanuary 12, 1967 Dakota County Tribune reports: Two new patrolmen Thomas Ludford and Leon Cheney are sworn in by Village Clerk Leslie Anderson.Dec 28, 2019
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William Byrne SchoolWilliam Byrne School opens, November 9, 1967 Dakota County Tribune.Dec 27, 2019
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AAA ground breakingMarch 9, 1967 Dakota County Tribune: Ground breaking for the new AAA office in Burnsville. Dec 27, 2019
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AAA getting settledOctober 19, 1967 Dakota County Tribune- In the travel department of AAA in Burnsville.Dec 27, 2019
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School named for William ByrneNovember 9, 1967 Dakota County Tribune - The opening of William Byrne School.Dec 26, 2019
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Burnsville Bowl under construction1967 - Construction of the Burnsville Bowl.Dec 26, 2019
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Winter fun at the high shcoolFebruary 9, 1967 Winter fun at Burnsville HIgh School.Dec 26, 2019
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New Village Hall being builtJanuary 5, 1967 Dakota County Tribune, close up of the signage outside the new Village Hall, as it is being built.Dec 26, 2019
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School named for William ByrneNovember 9, 1967 Byrne School open house.Dec 26, 2019
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Postal crew in full operation 1967November 2, 1967 Dakota County Tribune photo of interior of the new Burnsville Post Office, then a branch of the Savage Post Office.Dec 26, 2019
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Postal crew in full operation 1967November 2, 1967 Dakota County Tribune reports:

The Burnsville post office branch is in full operation at 12th Avenue and Highway 13. Each of the seven carriers "cases", pulls, and bags his own mail according to address. Delivery is made in one of the newly arrived International Scouts.

Superintendent Bob Raleigh asks all residents to have their address plainly printed on their mail boxes. Sorting is done by address only and mail without a street name and number will be returned to the sender...
Dec 26, 2019
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AAA first location in BurnsvilleAerial of AAA being built, March, 1967.Dec 26, 2019
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Postal branch to be openedJune 29, 1967 Dakota County Tribune reports: Around August 1, residents of Burnsville will be served by a branch of the Savage post office to be located in Burnsville...Eugene Kearney is acting postmaster. Dec 26, 2019
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Postal branch to be openedActing postmaster Gene Kearney, Glen Leinemann and Vern Madsen are shown moving equipment into the new Burnsville Post Office, then a branch of the Savage Post Office. June 29, 1967 Dakota County Tribune photo.Dec 26, 2019
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Final payment on scoreboard hoped soonOctober 12, 1967 Dakota County Tribune: With your help the Lions Club will make the final payment on the football scoreboard at the senior high school....Dec 26, 2019
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AAA getting settledOctober 19, 1967 Dakota County Tribune - phone of interior office space at new AAA.Dec 26, 2019
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AAA getting settledOctober 19, 1967 Dakota County Tribune: Representatives of Minnesota AAA tour one of the new offices in the Burnsville location.Dec 26, 2019
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