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Burnsville Bulletin Fall 2018The quarterly publication published by the City of Burnsville for residents and businesses.Oct 03, 2018
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Burnsville Bulletin Summer 2018A publication of the City of Burnsville Volume 28, Number 3. Topics include: Burnsville Drinking Water is Again Certified Safe, Odd-Even Watering Restrictions in Effect, Burnsville Begins Work on 2019 Budget, Municipal Primary Election Set for Aug. 14, City Hall Upgrades Community Rooms, Restrooms and More, First Nature Play Area Now Open at Terrace Oaks East, International Festival July 21, Fire Muster rolls into town September 5 - 8, Nominations open for Burnsville Community Builders, Ames Center update, Chris Walker Named Burnsville’s First Firefighter of the Year, Night to Unite is Tuesday, Aug. 7, and Citizens Academy Provides In-Depth Look at Police Work.Jul 17, 2018
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Burnsville Bulletin Spring 2018Volume 28 Number 2 - A publication of the City of Burnsville. Topics included: Newly renovated police department now open, Open house June 5, Erin L. Holznagel named 2017 Officer of the year, I Love Burnsville Week, Environment Updates, Impressions on Ice, Cinco de Mayo Fundraiser for the fire department, Outdoor summer concerts and movies, The Dakota County Environmental Guide for 2018, Ames Center update, Community garage sale, Development and Redevelopment, Home Owners workshops, New Archery range to open on Zenith Avenue, Burnsville's new fire truck, Two Council seats up for election in 2018 and applications open for Advisory Commissions.Apr 11, 2018
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Burnsville Bulletin Winter 2018A publication of the City of Burnsville Volume 28 Number 1 Topics include:Community Members Recognized with ‘Life Saving Award’, State of the City Address, Ames Center Events, City Council Recognizes Nine ‘Community Builders’, Help Prioritize Burnsville Parks Plan, Need for Home Safety Heats Up in Winter, Events for Adults 62+,City Council adopts 2018 budget, Residential City Utility Rates, 2018 Proposed Roadwork Projects, Fresh Look Coming to Burnsville.org, Four Burnsville Businesses Named ‘Employers of Excellence’, Students to Explore Local Government Jobs, Burnsville to Allow Short-Term Vacation Rentals, How Gardens Can Protect Water Quality, Ames Center Now Recycling Organics, Burnsville Community Foundation Raising Funds for ‘HOMAGE’ and Newest K-9 Team Hits the Streets,
Sculpture to Show Support for Law Enforcement, First Responders
Jan 23, 2018
   
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