ROTARY CLUB OF ROSEMOUNT January 2013 Member Spotlight: Jason Lindahl
Rosemount Rotarian Jason Lindahl knows all the ins and outs of Rosemount as a planner for the community, which is helpful in his roles as a charter member, service chair, secretary and future preside... Posted on 1/2/13 at 11:56 AM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA The Final Leg
This three-week journey through central China capped off my 11-month stay in China. After it, I returned to my China home of Zhuhai for two days of preparations, reflection, and final good-byes to all... Posted on 9/29/12 at 8:47 AM
The city of Rosemount will hire a Rosemount resident who currently works in Burnsville to be its new chief of police.
Assuming a background check does not turn up anything objectionable and the two sides can agree on a contract, the selection of Burnsville police captain Eric Werner could be official as soon as the council’s Aug. 21 meeting.
FTTH Communications will live on. The Rosemount City Council approved the transfer of the local phone, cable and Internet company from Rudder Capital to EveresTV Inc. Tuesday night. The council also approved a new franchise agreement.
Three Rosemount businesses received penalties Tuesday for selling alcohol to an underage individual during police-run compliance checks Dec. 15. Another is still waiting to learn its fate.
American Legion Post 65, Carbone’s Pizzeria and MGM Liquor each received a $500 civil penalty for the violation.
Love roundabouts or hate them, the traffic control devices are becoming a more common thing. And Rosemount could see its second one this summer.
City staff will meet with the Independent School District 196 school board sometime in the next month or so to see if the district would be wiling to partner on the construction of a roundabout on Shannon Parkway near Shannon Park Elementary School.
Rosemount senior planner Eric Zweber has been chosen as the city’s 2009 employee of the year. Zweber was honored at an employee luncheon last week. His name will be added to a plaque in the city hall lobby.
“I think it’s a great honor,” said Zweber of receiving the accolade.
I would like to comment on what some local newspapers are touting. The Town Pages seems to have a tad more common sense. Give us a break. Do taxpayers really want to pay for a geyser and gazebo in Rosemount’s Central Park? Whose town is this? City hall’s?
A new era started Tuesday night for the Rosemount City Council as two new council members took the oath of office. On the right side of mayor Bill Droste sat seasoned city council members Mark DeBettignies and Kim Shoe-Corrigan and on the left sat newbies Kurt Bills and Jeff Weisensel.
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