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Photo by WJON.com's Chrissy Gaetke
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UPDATE: St. Cloud City Council Approves Traffic Signal Removal

Ask anyone who has driven across St. Cloud and they'll probably tell you they think the town has too many traffic lights. Good news for you is that there soon will be one less street light.

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St. Cloud Mayor Dave Kleis, photo courtesy of Brad Veenstra
St. Cloud Mayor Dave Kleis, photo courtesy of Brad Veenstra
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UPDATE: St. Cloud Mayor, Council Getting Raises

The St. Cloud city council have voted to give themselves, and the mayor, a raise next year during Monday night's meeting. Council member Dave Masters noted it has been since 2006 that either the city council or the mayor has had an increase in pay.

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Whitney Senior Center, photo by WJON.com's Alex Svejkovsky
Whitney Senior Center, photo by WJON.com's Alex Svejkovsky
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Membership Fees For Whitney Senior Center Approved By St. Cloud City Council

Want to use the Whitney Senior Center next year? It will cost you. The St. Cloud City Council has approved a new membership plan and fee structure. The annual fee will be $50 per person.

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St. Cloud City Council Gives Approval Of Arctic Cat Expansion Plan

Arctic Cat is planning a major expansion project in St. Cloud. The plan includes the construction of a test track and a building addition. As part of the process, the St. Cloud city council approved the creation of a Tax Increment Financing District, as well as approving a Business Subsidy Agreement.

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City Council Gives Final Approval On Beer, Wine Sales At SCSU

Husky fans can now enjoy a beer or a glass of wine at the men's hockey games this year. The St. Cloud City Council has approved an application to sell wine and 3.2 beer at all of the St. Cloud State University athletic facilities, and the adjacent properties.

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Image Courtesy of city of St. Cloud
Image Courtesy of city of St. Cloud
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St. Cloud Council To Consider Funding Request For ‘Lincoln Plaza’ Project

The St. Cloud city council is expected to approve a plan to bring the old Abraham Lincoln statue back to downtown. During tonight's (Monday) meeting, the council will be asked to authorize funding to complete the "Lincoln Plaza Project", just to the north of the new parking ramp, along 1st Street North.

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Mississippi River in St. Cloud, photo by WJON.com's Alex Svejkovksy
Mississippi River in St. Cloud, photo by WJON.com's Alex Svejkovksy
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St. Cloud Looking To Hire Company for ‘Riverwalk’ Planning, Designs

A plan to develop a riverwalk along the west bank of the Mississippi River near downtown St. Cloud continues to move forward. The St. Cloud city council is expected to enter into a contract agreement with a Minneapolis company on Monday that will work on planning and designing the feature.

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A Plan To Install Parking Meters In An East St. Cloud Lot Shot Down By City Council

The St. Cloud City Council has rejected a plan by city staff to install parking meters in at east side parking lot. The council took no action to amend the “parking meter zone” to include the East St. Germain lot.

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Dan DeBaun, WJON News
Dan DeBaun, WJON News
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UPDATE: St. Cloud City Council Approves Liquor License Transfer For Press Bar

The St. Cloud city council has unanimously approved the transfer of the liquor license for the Press Bar and Parlor. The council held a public hearing during tonight's (Monday) meeting. The liquor license has been transferred to Andrew and Jessie Welsh of St. Joseph, who are buying the bar from longtime owners Jim Gillespie and Greg Payne.

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Parking Meters Recommended For East St. Cloud Lot

Parking meters may be coming to the east side of the Mississippi River in St. Cloud. City leaders are recommending putting the meters in a parking lot at 223 East St. Germain Street - that's just to the west of the Holiday Gas Station, where the former Salvation Army building used to be.

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