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Sauk Rapids Approves New Street Light Utility Fee

Sauk Rapids residents will start paying a new street light utility fee in January. The city council has unanimously passed a new Street Light Utility Ordinance.

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New Owners Plan To Reopen Former “JP’s” Bar In Sauk Rapids

A new bar and grill is being planned for Sauk Rapids. Small Batch Restaurants LLC has signed a purchase agreement to buy the former JP's Grill and Bar. They are changing the name to "Spike Road Bar and Grill".

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Sauk Rapids Government Center, Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
Sauk Rapids Government Center, Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
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Sauk Rapids City Council Approves Changes To Cell Phone Tower Ordinance

The Sauk Rapids city council has approved an ordinance change that will allow two new cell phone towers. Back in March the city council put a moratorium on any new towers, until staff could take a look at the issue more closely.

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Sauk Rapids City Council Gives Approval For New Downtown Brewery

The plan to bring a brewery to downtown Sauk Rapids took another step toward reality this (Monday) evening. The city council approved giving the land to the Sauk Rapids HRA, which will in turn sell it to the future owner of the brewery.

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Sauk Rapids Police Chief Perry Beise, retired police officer Troy Burklund, Mayor Brad Gunderson. Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
Sauk Rapids Police Chief Perry Beise, retired police officer Troy Burklund, Mayor Brad Gunderson. Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
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Sauk Rapids Honors Longtime Police Officer On His Retirement

Sauk Rapids Police Chief Perry Beise and Mayor Brad Gunderson honored retired police officer Troy Burklund during tonight's (Monday) city council meeting.

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Sauk Rapids Adds E-Cigs To City’s Tobacco License Ordinance

The Sauk Rapids city council has tightened the regulations on who is allowed to sell electronic cigarettes. City Attorney Adam Ripple says there was no licensing requirement for a business to sell e-cigs in the city limits.

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Sauk Rapids Puts 1-Year Motatorium On New Data Towers

The Sauk Rapids city council has put a one-year moratorium on any new data towers in the city. Community Development Director Todd Schultz says right now towers are either not allowed in residential areas, or are strongly discouraged.

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Sauk Rapids City Council Gets Updates On County Road 3 Projects

The Sauk Rapids city council heard updates on two planned connecting road construction projects this (Monday) evening. First, the council approved the plans for the County Road 3 project, from the west ramp of Highway 10 to County Road 1.

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Sauk Rapids Government Center, Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
Sauk Rapids Government Center, Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
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Sauk Rapids City Council Reduces Time Limit For Comments At Meetings

The Sauk Rapids city council has voted to reduce the speaking time allowed to residents at their meetings. Last (Monday) night the council voted 3-1 to reduce the open forum time from 10 minutes per person down to two minutes.

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Sauk Rapids City Council Give Approval for Substance Abuse Facility Expansion

A treatment facility in Sauk Rapids has been given the approval to expand. The city council unanimously approved a Conditional Use Permit for Journey Home, which is operated by the CentraCare Health System.

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