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City of Burnsville Bulletin - Fall 2013A quarterly publication of the City of Burnsville for residents and businesses. Topics in this issue include:

Annual Fire Department Open House Thursday, Oct. 10, 2013
City Continues Work on 2014 Budget
Enhancing Community Through Social Media
Burnsville Welcomes Dana Hardie as itsNew Administrative
Services Director
Household Hazardous Waste0 Drop-off Day Saturday,Sept.28, 2013

Inver Hills Community College Comes to Burnsville
Burnsville Hosts ‘Food Court Wars’
Halloween Fest at Nicollet Commons Park Oct. 25, 2013
Free wireless Internet Now Available at All City Buildings and Several Parks
Tell Emerald Ash Borer to ‘Bug Off’ Before Arrival

Burnsville’s 15th-Annual Winter Spectacular is Back Nov. 27, 2013
Burnsville’s Expert Instructors Help Skaters Achieve Their Dreams
2013 Residential Winter Lighting Contest
Burnsville Tests Porous Asphalt in City Hall Parking Lot Surface
Water Quality Update 2013
Burnsville Performing Arts Center (NOW AMES CENTER) schedule

City of Burnsville Bulletin - Spring 2013A quarterly publication of the City of Burnsville for residents and businesses. Topics in this issue include:

I Love Burnsville Week-June 1-8, 2013
Burnsville Street and Road Construction Updates

Burnsville City Council
City Manager- Craig Ebeling
Elizabeth Kautz Mayor
Bill Coughlin Council Member
Dan Kealey Council Member
Suzanne Nguyen Council Member
Mary Sherry Council Member

Spring Aging and Wellness Expo
Shawn Welch is a Burnsville resident who began golfing as a kid in the late 1970s at Birnamwood Golf Course.
Burnsville Performing Arts Center (Now Ames Center) schedule
International Festival of Burnsville-- Bringing Culture Alive!-Saturday, July 13, 2013
Burnsville Lions Playground
Tree, Shrub, Plant sale
Grant Money Available for Rain Gardens and Shoreline Restoration
Wade Into Wetlands-Volunteers Needed

2013 Environmental Guide
Burnsville Highways Go Digital
Keeping Burnsville Beautiful Proactive Property Maintenance
Dakota County Technical College Students volunteer in Burnsville
Applicants Wanted for Advisory Commissions

Youthprise Grant Allows City to Conduct Community-Wide Youth Survey

City of Burnsville Bulletin - Summer 2013A quarterly publication of the City of Burnsville for residents and businesses. Topics in this issue include:

2013 Drinking Water Report Available Online
Heather Johnston Promoted to City Manager
2014 Budget Process
Fire Muster September 4 - 8, 2013
International Festival of Burnsville July 13, 2013
Heart of the City Hosts Great Entertainment All Summer Long

Burnsville Offers New, Improved Online Utility Bill Pay System
Water Treatment Plant
Two New Crosswalk Systems to be Installed in Burnsville
City Continues Work on Cable Franchise Renewal
62+ Senior Eco Tour Aug.13
Heart of the City to Get Hotel

‘Open To Business’ Exceeds Expectations
New METRO Red Line Bus Service Runs from Apple Valley to Bloomington
Burnsville Performing Arts Center (NOW AMES CENTER) schedule
Volunteer spotlight - Dan Lundeen
Night to Unite Set for Aug.6
Shaun Anselment Named Burnsville Police Officer of the Year
Terry Ritchie Moves Up the Ranks to Assistant Fire Chief

City of Burnsville Bulletin - Winter 2013Topics the quarterly newsletter mailed to residents and businesses include:

Burnsville City Manager Craig Ebeling to Retire March 29, 2013
City to hold focus groups, for public input on cable and community television
Burnsville Business Development Update
Burnsville Makes Property Upkeep Priority in 2013
Chris Forslund Hired as Rental Licensing & Property Maintenance

Agenda Management Solution Increases Efficiency, Reduces Cost
Burnsville Logo Gets Makeover
2012 Election Results
Burnsville Police Captain Eric Gieseke Named New Chief of Police
Mobile Volunteer Network
New Training Facility in Works for South Metro Firefighters

City to Improve Hydrants in 2013
2013 Busy Year for Roadwork
Burnsville Performing Arts Center (NOW AMES CENTER) schedule
Recycle Your Holidays’ Lights and Cords
Green’Seminars and Programs for Seniors 62+
Ideas for Native Plant Gardens

City Council Passes 2013 Budget
Why have my property taxes gone up when my home value continues to go down?
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