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Burnsville_North_Gateway_Draft.pdf
North Gateway Design project reportFrom the City of Burnsville - North Gateway Design project report.Jul 19, 2018
CompPlan_for_2000.pdf
Burnsville Comprehensive Plan 2000From the City of Burnsville - the Comprehensive Plan for the year 2000.Jul 19, 2018
Developer_launches_bid_for_home_at_Orchard_Gardens_2002.pdf
Developer launches bid for homes at Orchard Gardens 2002August 8, 2002 - Dakota County Tribune reports: The would-be developer of homes on the Orchard Gardens Golf Course property has begun preliminary steps toward getting the project approved. That has stirred the resolve of residents fighting to preserve the nine-hole southwest Burnsville course....Apr 01, 2018
Konat_departing_manager.pdf
Greg Konat - departing manager saw 20 years of change 2002This Week News November 16, 2002 reports: City Manager Greg Konat came to Burnsville in 1982 when the city was booming with new houses and parks and young families, he now leaves 20 years later to work for Dakota County.Feb 23, 2018
new_burnsville_cfo.pdf
New CFO inherits a financial house in order 2004In her new job, as Burnsville's chief financial officer, Tammy Omdal inherits a house in order. She replaces Steve O'Malley who left to work in Wisconsin.Feb 23, 2018
Dakota_County_Burnsville_page.pdf
Profile of Burnsville MNProduced by Dakota County -this booklet provides an overview of each city - This is the Burnsville page.

Index to book: Apple Valley, Burnsville, Eagan, Farmington, Hastings, Inver Grove Heights, Lakeville, Mendota Heights, Rosemount, South St. Paul and West St. Paul. Also two colleges - Dakota County Technical College and Inver Hills Community College, maps and a glance at County Business, agriculture and leisure.
Dec 11, 2017
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City of Burnsville City Hall 2000Photo of unidentified person entering City Hall.Dec 05, 2017
Time_capsule_report.pdf
Burnsville Centennial Time Capsule Final reportA time capsule for Burnsville was placed in the base of the broze sculpture honoring the construction industry during the community's Fire Muster celebration on Saturday, September 7, 2002. The goal was to provide a glimpse of Burnsville's history and place-in-time in 2002. An assortment of written materials, photos and a few artifacts were placed in a stainless steel box to be opened in 2064 when Burnsville celebrates 100 years since it incorporated as a villiage in 1964.Dec 02, 2017
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Images of Burnsville Calendar - 2001 City HallThe City of Burnsville and the Lake Alimagnet Center for the arts produced Images of Burnsville 2001 Calendar featuring photos of Burnsville. The photographs in the calendar were the work of members of the Minnesota Valley Photography Club and the following photographers contributed to the calendar: Vicki Benson, Marvin Brown, Joe Ferrer, Mark Freier, Noreen Nelson, Sue Olson, Deb Shoemaker, Darrell Tangen and Mitch Voehl. The photographers were not identified on the photos. All proceeds benefited youth arts activities.Oct 31, 2017
burnsville_profiled.pdf
Burnsville Minnesota Community Guide (approx 2000)An online guide to Burnsville including population, geography, demographics, history along with Governmental contacts and major employers.Oct 12, 2017
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Birnamwood Golf SignThe 1990's early 2000 version of the sign at the City operated golf course.Aug 14, 2017
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City Hall in the Winter100 Civic Center Pkwy, Burnsville, MN 55337Jul 31, 2017
Complete2000_census.pdf
The complete 2000 Census of BurnsvillePage one appears blank, but all information appears in the following pages of this report.Jul 27, 2017
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ABLE - (Apple Valley, Burnsville, Lakeville, Eagan) Fire Training FacilityLocated at 12321 River Ridge Blvd, the jointly operated building is scorched about 85 times a year by 270 firefighters from Apple Valley, Burnsville, Lakeville, Eagan and other city departments that rent the center. The four large cities have shared the cost and use of the center, including a three-story training tower without burn rooms, since it was built in 1987.Jun 18, 2017
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ABLE - (Apple Valley, Burnsville, Lakeville, Eagan) Fire Training FacilityLocated at 12321 River Ridge Blvd, the jointly operated building is scorched about 85 times a year by 270 firefighters from Apple Valley, Burnsville, Lakeville, Eagan and other city departments that rent the center. The four large cities have shared the cost and use of the center, including a three-story training tower without burn rooms, since it was built in 1987.Jun 18, 2017
police_city_hall_renovation_spring_2017.pdf
Prep work underway for Police/City Hall Renovation 2017The City of Burnsville newsletter Spring 2017 announces plan for the renovation of the Police/City Hall complex.Jun 02, 2017
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Interior of Burnsville City HallInterior photo of the City Hall in 2017.May 20, 2017
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Sign at City Hall complexThe City of Burnsville begin phasing in new signs at city owned cities including city hall.May 20, 2017
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Burnsville City Hall This photo shows the 1976 version of the City logo placed when the City Hall was built.May 03, 2017
improvements.pdf
City of Burnsville facility improvements for City Hall/Police Station 2016In 2014, the City contracted to have an independent space needs study conducted. This informational piece provides residents with more information.Apr 20, 2017
elected2017.pdf
Burnsville City Council and other elected officials 2017Mayor - Elizabeth Kautz, Council members- Bill Doughlin, Dan Gustafson, Dan Kealey and Cara Schulz are shown in the City of Burnsville Community Guide, published 2017 - 2018.Apr 10, 2017
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Burnsville City Hall Main entry - 2017These doors lead into the lobby of the City Hall.Apr 09, 2017
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Burnsville City Hall and Police Station 2017A different angle showing the attachment of the City Hall to the Police Station.Apr 09, 2017
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Traditional mailbox still in use 2017There are still individuals, businesses and churches using a traditional mail box for their mail pick-up and delivery.Apr 08, 2017
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The Civic Center Amphitheater sign 2017Although the City has introduced a new logo - not all signs have been updated, as shown in this 2017 photo.Apr 08, 2017
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City of Burnsville City Hall and Police Station 2017Burnsville's police department's entry. 100 Civic Center Pkwy.Apr 03, 2017
newlogo2012.pdf
City explores new logo July 12, 2012Article from This Week News addresses City Council's exploration of a new logo for the City replacing the 1976 verision. (2 pages)Apr 01, 2017
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Electronic signage welcome vistorsElectronic signage with a message area has been located at the drive-way to the City Hall, Police Station, the Ice Arena and garage located at Nicollet Avenue and Civic Center Drive.Apr 01, 2017
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Planning for the future - 2017Posters invite residents to plan for the future. State law requires that all cities and counties in the Twin Cities seven-county metropolitan area adopt a Comprehensive Plan. These plans provide a road map for communities looking 20 years into the future. In May 2016, Burnsville began work on a major update of its existing 2030 Comprehensive Plan to help set the stage for the city’s growth and development into the year 2040.Mar 31, 2017
First_City_Employees2017_01_18_12_07_59.pdf
First Employees of City(dated 2002)
perhaps Evelyn Kjos?

I am writing in behalf of the devoted group of employees that worked for the City of Burnsville.
The very first employee of the City was Edward Giles. He was first hired as a Township employee in 1957. At that time he plowed snow and graded the country roads during the summer. When the township incorporated into a Village in 1964 a Police department was created, a Bookkeeper was hired, as well as a Village Engineer, Building Inspectors, Sewer and Water Inspectors, more Street Maintenance help and some clerical help. By 1965 the village employed 29 people. In June of 1965 Patrick J. Mclnnis was hired as Burnsville’s City Administrator. He became the city’s first City Manager in 1967 when the city adopted the Plan B form of government.
In the current year of 2002 the city has 298 regular full-time and part-time employees.
I am attaching a list of employees who have retired from city employment throughout the years. The first employee to retire from city service was Fran Gaston who retired as the City’s Assessment Clerk in the year 1977.
At the present time, September 2002, a group of retirees meet monthly for the “City of Burnsville Retirees Monthly Breakfast. It is a close-knit group who enjoy the monthly meeting with a lot of reminiscing and family updating.
Feb 23, 2017
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