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fall_2015_bulletin.pdf
City of Burnsville Bulletin- Fall 201526 viewsTopics the quarterly newsletter mailed to residents and businesses include:
Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Day Oct. 3
Burnsville Featured on New Fox Sports Series ‘The Minnesota Traveler’
Burnsville Community Foundation Continues Winter Lighting Tradition

Convention & Visitors Bureau to Hold Fourth-Annual Winter Lighting Contest
Levy Increase Proposed for 2016 Budget Tell us What You Think About the New Utility Billing System

New Skateboard Programming a Hit
Burnsville’s Communications Department and Burnsville Community Television were recognized
Local Non-Profits Invited to Create Free PSA with BCTV
Ames Center schedule
Business Leaders Invited to Partner with Educators
THE GARAGE is ‘Open for Music’
Surface Water Quality Update 2015

summer_2015~1.pdf
City of Burnsville Bulletin - Summer 201524 viewsTopics the quarterly newsletter mailed to residents and businesses include:
International Festival of Burnsville Embraces Cultural Diversity, July 11, 2015
The City of Burnsville’s annual Drinking Water Report available
Ames Center schedule

Serving Up Fun with Youth and Adult Tennis
Activities for Seniors 62+
Volunteer Spotlight: John Mara, BCTV
Night to Unite Aug. 4

Do You Know a Community Builder? Nominations open
It’s Budget Time... 2016 Process Underway
Jameson Ritter is 2014 Burnsville Police Officer of the Year
New Badge is a Symbol of Pride for Burnsville Police Department
Citizens Academy Offers Behind-the-Scenes Look at Police Work

Sgt. Wicklund Graduates from Northwestern University School of
Police Staff and Command, Recognized with Franklin Kreml Award

Four-Day Fire Muster Community Celebration is Sept. 9 – 12, 2015
‘Splashy’ Addition at Lions Playground to Open in July
Business updates
Improvements Underway at Fischer Fields in Lac Lavon Park

City Compost Site Open for Buckthorn Disposal
Coyotes Becoming More Common in Urban Areas
Annual Cleaning Maintains Well-Being of City Sewer System

and more...
winter_2015_bulletin~0.pdf
City of Burnsville Bulletin - Winter 201524 viewsTopics the quarterly newsletter mailed to residents and businesses include:
Using On-Officer Cameras-City, Police Department Recognized for Local Government Innovation

City Council Adopts 2015 Budget
2015 Residential Utility Rates
2015 Street, Road and Trail Projects
New Look and Features for Utility Billing

City Council Recognizes Outstanding ‘Community Builders’
Cable TV Free Weekly Orientation Classes Provided
Ames Center Schedule
Burnsville Community Home Show
Standard & Poor’s, Moody’s Provide Burnsville with
Top Financial Rating

County Road 5 Bridge Opening in November
19 Acres of Oak Savanna to be Restored at Terrace Oaks Park
New Format Native Plant Sale Scheduled for May 30
City Concludes Celebration 50 Years in the Making

Kealey, Coughlin Reelected to Burnsville City Council
2015spring_2015.pdf
City of Burnsville Bulletin - Spring 201523 viewsTopics the quarterly newsletter mailed to residents and businesses include:

Severe Weather Sirens to Be Used Less with New Policy
Take an Active Role in Local Government Serve on a City Advisory Commission
Community-Wide Garage Sale May 15 – 16
I Love Burnsville Week is May 30 – June 6
Affordable Rain Barrels, Compost Bins Available

Do you want to build a rain garden?
Annual tree sale April 25
City to Treat 955 Ash Trees, Remove 120 in Poor Condition
2015 Dakota County Recycling Environmental Guide

Protect Your Neighborhood Pond
Burnsville Garden & Landscape Contest Nominations Open
Summer Concerts and Movies (Wednesday in the Park)
Birnamwood’s junior golf program
City, School and Chamber Recognized for ‘Real World Ready Career Day’
Largest Single-Family Housing Development in 10 Years Underway

A Personal Experience with 9-1-1 by Burnsville Multimedia Specialist Kristin Thomas and more.

   
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