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Hazardous Building. Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
Hazardous Building. Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
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St. Cloud City Council Gives Go-Ahead To Tear Down Abandoned House

The St. Cloud city council is moving forward with a plan to tear down an abandoned home. The council vote unanimously this (Monday) evening to demolish the home at 113 14th Avenue South. They declared the building a "hazardous property" back in June.

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Nancy Gohman
Nancy Gohman
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Nancy Gohman Resigns From St. Cloud City Council [AUDIO]

St. Cloud city councilwoman Nancy Gohman resigned from the council last (Monday) night. Council President Jeff Goerger says she emailed her letter of resignation to him and Mayor Dave Kleis before the meeting.

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St. Cloud City Council Extends Negotiation Deadline With Charter Communications

The St. Cloud City Council has given the city attorney more time to work out a new agreement with Charter Communications. Matt Staehling says recent negotiations between the two sides have been productive.

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St. Cloud Council Approves Additional Street Lights, Tables Plan To Fund Them

The St. Cloud City Council has unanimously approved adding as many as 65 street lights to the alleys in the neighborhood near St. Cloud State University. The plan is to put two lights in each alley on already existing poles, in an effort to make the area safer for the students and residents who live there.

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St. Cloud Wants To Add Street Lights So SCSU Area Alleys

There's a plan to make the area around the St. Cloud State University campus a little brighter. During tonight's (Monday) meeting, the city council is holding a public hearing on a plan to add several street lights to the south St. Cloud neighborhood.

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St. Cloud City Council Approves Resolution Against Charter Communications

The St. Cloud city council has voted to approve a resolution, alleging that Charter Communications has committed a violation of their franchise agreement. Charter has a deadline of October 10th to resolve the issue with the city.

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St. Cloud Attorney Says Charter Communications Violated Franchise Agreement

The St. Cloud city attorney has accused Charter Communications of violating its franchise agreement. Matt Staehling says the cable company moved the government access channels - or PEG channels - without first getting approval from the city.

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Park Industries. Photo by WJON.com's Alex Svejkovsky
Park Industries. Photo by WJON.com's Alex Svejkovsky
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St. Cloud’s Park Industries Planning $11 Million Expansion

A St. Cloud granite equipment manufacturing company is planning an $11 million expansion. Park Industries has proposed an expansion of nearly 34,000 square feet of production space to their existing building on Saukview Drive.

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St. Cloud Mayor Dave Kleis, Photo by WJON.com's Jay Caldwell
St. Cloud Mayor Dave Kleis, Photo by WJON.com's Jay Caldwell
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St. Cloud Mayor Includes New Hires In 2015 Budget Proposal

St. Cloud Mayor Dave Kleis wants to add 13 people to the city staff, including putting five more police officers on the street. Kleis laid out his city budget proposal for 2015 during this (Monday) evening's council meeting.

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JK Flyers cook Tyler Janda, photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
JK Flyers cook Tyler Janda, photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
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Beer, Wine License Approved For St. Cloud Airport Restaurant

You can now enjoy a cold one, or a glass of wine, while waiting for your flight at the St. Cloud Regional Airport. The St. Cloud City Council this (Monday) evening approved an on-sale wine and 3.2 beer liquor license for JK Flyer's restaurant at the airport.

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