With senior captain Ben Urbanciz out indefinitely with a foot injury, having a 1A-1B option in goal for Chaska with junior captain Justin Bach is a luxury.
Down four points with five minutes remaining, Chaska was unable to slow down Champlin Park in the second half, outscored 43-29, in a 66-55 loss in the home opener Nov. 30.
Paulsen sides with protecting Boundary Waters
A brush and yard waste removal site at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum has created controversy among Chaska and Victoria city councils and nearby residents.
At top – Downtown resident Kalie Fink decorates a tree in her Chaska yard with Christmas ornaments.
Most full-time employees of Carver city government will receive pay raises of about 4.75 percent on Jan. 1.
Over the last week, property owners in the City of Carver received a 2018 Truth in Taxation notice from Carver County. The notice primarily provides information on proposed 2018 property taxes for Carver County, District 112, and the City of Carver.
The City Council will be holding a meeting on Monday, December 4 to get your input on the City of Carver’s portion of the proposed 2018 property taxes. The meeting will be held at 7 pm in the City Council Chambers at 109 Main St. E. If you’re unable to attend the meeting, please reach out to Brent Mareck (City Manager) by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (952) 448-8737 to share your thoughts on the proposed 2018 budget and property taxes.
Below is a link to a 2018 budget and tax summary that will be presented to residents and the City Council on Monday night during the meeting.
2018 Truth in Taxation Meeting
Monday, December 4
109 Main St. E. – 7 pm
Street sweeping is one of the most cost-effective ways used to remove sediment, metals, petroleum products, trash, and vegetation that accumulates on streets, construction sites and parking lots. If these toxins are not removed, they will make their way into the storm drains and into our streams and waterways. Keeping the storm drains clear not only helps to mitigate water pollution, but also reduces the likelihood of flooding during heavy rain.
Click here to review sweeping map.
Editor’s note: This is the second of a three-part series examining poverty in the southwest suburbs.
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The city of Carver has a streetscape decoration with a functional purpose.
Holy Family Catholic girls basketball returns four players — Leigh Steiner, Grace Conroy, Julia Geurs and Shea Thompson — who played in all 27 games last season.
For the first 12 minutes, Waconia looked like a team playing its third game of the season. Chanhassen looked like a team going through those first-game blues.
The 2015-16 and 2016-17 seasons were about individual gains. Finding the right kids at the right spots. Getting underclassmen’s feet wet.
Victoria City Manager Laurie Hokkanen and Community Development Director Ben Landhauser announced Wednesday morning that they will be leaving the city of Victoria for new jobs with the city of Plymouth.
“This is a big win for the Range,” Dave Lislegard with Work for Minnesotans said.
Each week we publish a detail of a local landmark. The next week we identify the landmark. Do you know where the heck this is? Send us your guess.
Carver City Manager Brent Mareck has received the highest job rating from the Carver City Council and will advance to the top rung of the city’s pay scale next year.