The Carver County Sheriff’s Office released a number of documents related to the July 13 confrontation between deputies and Chanhassen resident Archer Amorosi that resulted in the teen’s death.
It’s almost time for Chaska’s biggest event of the year, River City Days, and judging by the music lineup, people better prepare to jam out.
The River City Days parade will be looking a little different this year.
Explore worlds where dragons fly through the skies and elves and dwarves live in clans throughout the land at Light Grey Art Lab in Minneapolis.
Get ready for River City Days, Chaska’s largest festival, with the Chaska Fire Department water fights, food, drinks and more.
The Chaska City Council unanimously approved an amendment to a purchase agreement at its Monday, July 19 meeting.
The Chaska City Council unanimously approved a number of items at its Monday, July 19 meeting. Councilors Jay Rohe and Greg Boe were absent from the meeting. The council:
The Minnesota Supreme Court affirmed a ruling that open meeting law violations were not enough to force Victoria councilors out of office.
Construction crews will be boring utility casings under Jonathan Carver Parkway (County Road 11) beginning July 23, 2018. The work will be taking place on Jonathan Carver Parkway at both the 6th Street West and White Pine Way intersections. Weather permitting, the project is expected to last through August 21.
White Pine Way will be CLOSED from Jonathan Carver Parkway to Vernon Drive, tentatively from July 30 – August 6. Access to the Spring Creek development will remain open during the project but will be limited to Ironwood Drive and Lylewood Parkway during the road closure.
See the attached flyer for more details regarding the road closure, the construction schedule, and contact information for any questions.
At their Monday meeting, the City Council set a public hearing for Tuesday, September 4 to consider the establishment of a tax increment financing district and a tax increment financing plan for Lakeview Industries. The preliminary site plan shows a 143,000 sq. ft. industrial development project for Lakeview Industries to be located just north of Mills Fleet Farm on Levi Griffin Rd. The proposed project also involves the extension of Dauwalter Road and a request for tax increment financing. The primary use of tax increment financing would be to serve as a funding source for the development and construction of an extension of Dauwalter Rd. In addition, the City intends to apply for State grant dollars to partially fund the extension of Dauwalter Rd.
Lakeview Industries manufactures and fabricates flexible components including gaskets, die cuts, molded rubber parts, extrusions, and weather stripping among many other offerings. Based on initial estimates, Lakeview Industries is anticipating they will employ eighty-five (85) people in the new Carver facility. Contingent upon receiving the necessary approvals, the current project schedule indicates a Spring/Summer 2019 facility opening.
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The Chaska Rotary recently donated $5,000 to Love INC of Eastern Carver County.
Ask neighbors what they like about the southwest metro and, more often than not, the response will be “parks and trails.”
Often, we think grass needs more water than it really does. The rule of thumb is that grass needs 1 inch of water a week. That inch can come from rain or a hose. During summer of 2017 there was only 1 period of time where we didn’t get sufficient rainfall to meet grass needs. This summer we are getting even more rain.
The water used for irrigation is the same water coming out of your tap. It’s treated drinking water. Irrigation can stress groundwater supplies which is where we get our drinking water from. See more…
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The Edith-Anne Award celebrates residents that go above and beyond maintaining their property. Is there a house in your neighborhood with landscaping you admire? Nominate them for the Edith-Anne Award to recognize their hard work and commitment to the community.
Nominations will be accepted until Friday, July 27 and the winner will be chosen by the Planning Commission at their August 19 meeting.