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Burnsville Mayor expresses ideas, goals for Village 1970January 8, 1970 Dakota County Tribune reports the Village Council holds its organizational meeting with Mayor Donald Holmes.
1970 Fire Truck and Squad
Village Hall 1971Burnsville is guided by a council-manager form of government. The council, a mayor and four council members appoint the manager. The manager heads a full time staff of 52 persons....
Burnsville officials take oath 1974January 10, 1974 Burnsville Sun -

Mayor Al Hall and Council woman Mary Modjeski were officially sworn in...
1977 Burnsville CouncilJanuary, 1977 Burnsville Current feature: The Burnsville City Clerk Leslie Anderson administered the oath of office to newly elected members of the Burnsville Council last Monday night. The are shown - Anderson, Mayor Peter Ochsner, Council members Warren Kelley, Stanley Schaefer and Connie Morrison.
Mayor Paul Scheunemann signPaul Scheunemann for mayor sign, 1978, Highway 13 and County Road 11.
Burnsville City Council begins new year 1979.January 11, 1979 Dakota County Tribune photo of Burnsville's City Council and key City staff. Front left to right - bottom -Warren Kelley, Paul Hoover, Mayor Paul Scheunemann, Connie Morrison and James Pappathatos.

In the back row - Ralph Clover Park Director, Mike DuMoulin Public Safety Director, Charles Siggerud City Engineer, Glen Northrup City Manager, Mike Falk City Planner and Les Anderson - City Clerk.
Who governs you? 1979Prepared by the West Dakota County Area League of Women Voters, January 1979 listing elected officials for the county and Burnsville...
1970 - 1971 Municipal DirectoryA list of Municipal Offices and Personnel and Elected officials.
Dakota County Court Room in Burnsville 1978Entry into the Dakota County Court Room satellite location in the Warrior Building on Traveler's Trail.
Dakota County Satellite services in BurnsvilleDuring the 1970's Dakota County rented office space to provide satellite services at a location closer than the County Seat of Hastings.
Burnsville Recycling Center 1976In the 1970's Burnsville operated its own recycling center. Today Burnsville's recycling department is shared between the cities of Burnsville, Eagan and Apple Valley and is located in Eagan.
Burnsville City Hall 1978Before we were a city, Burnsville was a Township and then a Village. At the time of this photo with name on the building includes the word CITY.
Dakota County Court Services
Burnsville City Council 1976Shown - Warren Kelley, Pete Ochsner, Mayor Alfred Hall and Mary Modjeski during a meeting.
Burnsville Water TowerThe Heather Hills area water tower prior to the City logo being added. Circa 1979.
Michael FalkBurnsville Assistant City Manager, 1979.
Burnsville Police 1979Two unidentified members of the Burnsville Police Department 1979.
Burnhaven Burnsville Library 1978Interior of the Burnsville Library in 1978.
Burnhaven Burnsville Library 1978Interior view of the Burnhaven Library.
Job Services office in BurnsvilleJohn Hein, Wayne Ruff and June Miller in the Job Services office. September 6, 1978 Burnsville Current photo.
A planning committeeNancy Lovgren, Nancy Nicol, George Nash and Charles Mattison members of a citizen planning committee. September 6, 1978 Burnsville Current.
Burnsville City Council 1970sAttorney Dan O'Leary appears before Burnsville Council during the Thomas Van Hoof hearing- Warren Kelly, Stan Schafer, Peter Ochsner, Connie Morrison and James Pappathatos . May 4, 1978 Burnsville Current photo.
Election Day 1976Voters patiently wait at one of the Burnsville School polling places to vote in 1976.
Burnsville City Council 1976Warren Kelley, Peter Ochsner, Mary Modjeski and James Pappathatos - missing Council member Schaefer circa 1976.
Burnsville City Council 1976Warren Kelley, Pete Ochsner, Al Hall (MAYOR), Mary Modjeski and Jim Pappathatos Burnsville Council 1975. Photo October 8, 1975 Burnsville Current.
Burnsville Town Meeting 1976During the Bicentennial year, the city sponsored a Town Meeting inviting residents to look toward the future.
Burnsville PolicePublic Safety Director Mike Doulin, Mayor Peter Ochsner and Officer Justin Moritz. January 18, 1978 Burnsville Current.
Thomas Van HoofPhoto during the Thomas Van Hoof hearing at the City Council. May 4, 1974 Burnsville Current photo.
MIke DuMoulinAttorney Mike O'Connor speaks with Public Safety Director Mike DuMoulin. October 26, 1977 Burnsville Current.
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