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St. Cloud City Council to Discuss Open Seat

The St. Cloud city council will determine the process for filling a vacant seat on the council during their meeting on Monday night. Nancy Gohman resigned from the council on May 26th, after winning a close election back in November.

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photo by WJON.com's Alex Svejkovsky
photo by WJON.com's Alex Svejkovsky
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High Bids Cause New Downtown St. Cloud Parking Ramp to be Scaled Back

Construction of the new parking ramp in downtown St. Cloud has hit a road block. The four bids the city received from the contractors are all well over budget. The city has $11.56 million in state bonding money to spending on the project. However, the lowest of the four bids nearly $17.4 million.

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St. Cloud City Councilwoman Nancy Gohman Resigns

For the second time in seven months St. Cloud city councilwoman Nancy Gohman has resigned from her position. Gohman sent a resignation letter to the city today (Tuesday) saying that she was stepping down as the representative of Ward 2 effective immediately for personal reasons.

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UPDATE: St. Cloud City Council Approves Quiet Zone for NE Crossing

Residents of the Northeast St. Cloud neighborhood have been asking for a Railroad Quiet Zone for years, and now they're one step closer to getting their wish.
The St. Cloud City Council approved a Quiet Zone this (Monday) evening for the crossing at 4 1/2 Street Northeast.

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4 1/2 street northeast railroad crossing. Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
4 1/2 street northeast railroad crossing. Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
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Quiet Zone Being Considered for Northeast St. Cloud Railroad Crossing

A northeast St. Cloud railroad crossing could soon be a lot quieter. On Monday night the city council will hold a public hearing and consider a plan for a quiet zone at 4 1/2 Street Northeast.

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St. Cloud City Council to Consider Sunday Growler Sales

The St. Cloud City Council will consider some amendments to the city's liquor ordinances, thanks to changes in state law. Earlier this year the State Legislature approved, and Governor Mark Dayton signed, a bill broadening alcohol sales.

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St. Cloud City Council Approves New 10-Year Agreement with Charter Communications

After months of negotiations, the St. Cloud City Council has approved a 10-year Franchise Agreement with Charter Communications. The agreement does not prevent another cable company from coming in to town. Brian Grogan has been negotiating the contract on behalf of the city.

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Caleb Dirckx and Grace Fischer are leading an initiative to improve a St. Cloud Intersection. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
Caleb Dirckx and Grace Fischer are leading an initiative to improve a St. Cloud Intersection. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
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North Students Asking City Council for Safety Upgrades at Busy Intersection [VIDEO]

Some students at St. Cloud's North Junior High want safety improvements made at a busy intersection near their school. The "Community Problem Solving" team is asking the city council tonight (Monday) to approve a little over $16,000 for several upgrades at the intersection of 12th Street North and 29th Avenue North.

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New St. Cloud Street Lights. Photo by WJON.com's Jay Caldwell
New St. Cloud Street Lights. Photo by WJON.com's Jay Caldwell
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St. Cloud City Council to Consider Test of New ‘Smart’ Street Lights

A plan to bring some high tech street lights to St. Cloud could soon be moving forward. The city council will consider the approval of buying five LED lights during their meeting on Monday night.

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Photo by WJON.com's Joshua Akkerman
Photo by WJON.com's Joshua Akkerman
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City Wants to Tear Down Abandoned North St. Cloud Home

An abandoned north St. Cloud home may soon be torn down. During their meeting on Monday night the city council will consider declaring the home at 1742 2nd Street North a "Hazardous Building".

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