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New Kon Tiki Club opened 19648 viewsJanuary 2, 1964 Dakota County Tribune reports: Following its fire last year, the Kon Tiki Club at Orchard Lake (Lakeville) re-opens.
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River Hills United Methodist8 viewsAugust 20, 1964 sketch of the proposed River Hills United Methodist Church, highway 13.
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8 viewsJuly 2, 1964 Dakota County Tribune aerial of North River Hills (Highway 13 visible at top of photo).
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Burnsville police 19647 viewsDecember 24, 1964 Dakota County Tribune reports: The resusitator in the new police station wagon was initiated last Wednesday December 16, 1964 when Lt. Robert French of the Burnsville Police department received a call that a child was suffocating in Timberland Knolls. The call came from Mrs. Robert Scott, wife of Burnsville's Justice of the Peace, who was seeking help for a neighbor...
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Black Dog in Burnsville, Supreme Court rules 19647 viewsApril 30, 1964 Dakota County Tribune reports: With the Minnesota Supreme Court's decision that Bloomington's attempted annexation of Black Dog plant was null and void, the Minnesota Municipal Commission can meet to consider Burnsville's petition for incorporation...
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River Hills Water Tower7 viewsMay 28, 1964 Dakota County Tribune shows Burnsville's second water tower in River Hills.

A second Burnsville water tank is being erected by Pemtom development known as River Hills. This tank, not nearly as large as the original million gallon tank in Burnsville, will be turned over to the township when it is completed. It will serve River Hills and the surrounding area. The tank is located on the south side of Highway 13.
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Vista View school complete7 viewsJuly 2, 1964 Dakota County Tribune - Vista View school complete, County Road 5.
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Savage. Dan Patch Days 19646 viewsAugust 6, 1964 Dakota County Tribune, Dan Patch Days, full view of the Main Street in Savage.
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Allen's Dodge, Dan Patch Days6 viewsAugust 6, 1964 Dakota County Tribune Dan Patch Days photo cropped to show Allen's Dodge.
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New Bleachers at high school6 viewsSeptember 10, 1964 Dakota County Tribune - New Bleachers at Burnsville will seat 2144 people.
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Nicollet Avenue and McAndrews showing site of future hospital and then McAndrews farm5 viewsThis aerial shows what is today Nicollet Avenue and McAndrews. You can see the Colonial Shopping Center and the apartment behind. The McAndrews farm, visible to the left is the site of the Ridges Hospital. October 15, 1964 Dakota County Tribune photo.
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Gallagher brothers selling portion of farm to Control Data 19645 viewsNovember 5, 1964 Dakota County Tribune reports Marty and Enos Gallagher have sold much of their farm to Control Data. Note in background of photo the 35W Bridge over Highway 13. (Control Data never built on the property).
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Burnsville leases squad car5 viewsThe March 5, 1964 Dakota County Tribune reports: Bursnville has another first - leases squad car. Burnsville had its own leased squad car for the first time Saturday as town board chairman Roger Richardson turned over the keys to Ken Day patrolman. Burnsville thus became the first township in Dakota County's history to have their own leased car.

Burnsville hopes to have a five man police force with the possibility of two squad cars in service soon. The car was leased for 18 months from Allen's Garage, Savage for $139 a month. It is a 1964 Dodge Police Pursuit car.
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New Kon Tiki Club opened 19645 viewsJanuary 2, 1964 Dakota County Tribune reports: Following its fire last year, the Kon Tiki Club at Orchard Lake (Lakeville) re-opens.
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Carl Anderson for trustee5 viewsJune 9, 1964 Dakota County Tribune ad for Carl Anderson for trustee.
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Burnsville's first mayor Roger Richardson 19645 viewsAugust 6, 1964 Dakota County Tribune. Burnsville's first mayor Roger Richardson and his wife during the Dan Patch parade. He was just elected Burnsville's first mayor.
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Working on 35 W freeway5 viewsAugust 13, 1964 Dakota County Tribune, work on 35W near Buck Hill.
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Ray Connelly for trustee5 viewsJuly 2, 1964 Dakota County Tribune includes Ray Connelly's ad for his run to be trustee.
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Billy Goat Bridge5 views1964 accident on Billy Goat Bridge, Dakota County Tribune.
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Frank Gibson Barbershop5 viewsApril 16, 1964 Frank Gibson's Barbershop Rosemount eventually ended up at historic Dakota City, Farmington.
For some living in Burnsville or those attending high school in Rosemount, this was their barbershop.
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Gallagher brothers selling portion of farm to Control Data 19644 viewsNovember 5, 1964 Dakota County Tribune reports that Marty and Enos Gallagher have sold much of their land to Control Data. Aerial shows the land.
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New offices in Burnsville 19644 viewsFebruary 6, 1964 Dakota County Tribune reports: Burnsville Town Hall has two new offices, one for utilities and the other for Building. Roger Richardson, board chairman said. Shown is Glen Northrup, building inspector who will share the office with the clerk Pat Connelly. The other office will be used by Ralph Ackerman of the Utilities Department and another when hired by the township.
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PTA Carnival4 viewsFebruary 13, 1964 Dakota County Tribune, the annual PTA Carnival at the school.
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Annual PTA Carnival4 viewsFebruary 13, 1964 Dakota County Tribune: School board members Warren Smith (left) and Bill Williams try their hand at hawking pop corn at the school fair last Saturday. Youth unidentified.
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New N.W. Bell office in operation 19644 viewsApril 2, 1964 Dakota County Tribune reports: New Northwestern Bell telephone central office in Burnsville went into operation Monday, starting to change over their customer numbers to the new 890 exchange from the present TUxedo 1 and 8 numbers. Where Connie Winkle, central office foreman, checks a report in front of the telephone testing panel...
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Two boys held in bomb scare 19644 viewsThe May 9, 1964 Minneapolis Star Tribune reports: St. Louis Park police have arrested two 14 year old youths who admitted turning in false bomb alarms in two Minneapolis surburban high schools. The two boys, both from the Burnsville area, were turned over to the Dakota County Sheriff's Office..a bomb threat was made Monday at Burnsville...
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Savage Lumber and Dan Patch Days4 viewsAugust 6, 1964 Dakota County Tribune, Dan Patch Days photo cropped to show downtown Lumber yard.
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New power substation built at Orchard Gardens4 viewsJune 25, 1964 Dakota County Tribune reports: New power substation will provide electric capacity for Lakeville, Burnsville and Lebanon Townships. There are now 8 substations in Dakota County...
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Flower show in Burnsville 19644 viewsAugust 27, 1964 Dakota County Tribune features: The Beauty of Burnsville Flower show at the Burnsville Elementary School (part of today's high school).
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Last photo of Jim Scott's General Store3 viewsLocated at the rail road tracks of Nicols and across from the rail road depot, Jim Scott ran a general store from 1907 -1920. It was then used as a warehouse and later a home. The Eagan Fire Department set and used this as their "first fire". Dakota County Tribune March 19, 1964.
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