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Northeast St. Cloud Quiet Zone Delayed, Street Improvements Move Forward

A decision to create another quiet zone at a St. Cloud railroad crossing has been delayed. The St. Cloud city council pulled the plan for a quiet zone at the 4 1/2 street northeast crossing, despite hearing a lot of support from residents in that neighborhood.

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St. Cloud City Council To Discuss 2015 Street Construction Projects

The St. Cloud city council is already planning ahead on some major street construction projects for next year, with a total cost of nearly $8.3 million. During tonight's (Monday) meeting, the city council is holding three public hearings on three separate major projects.

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Restaurant Featuring Indian Cuisine Coming To Downtown St. Cloud

The St. Cloud city council has approved a liquor license for a new downtown bar and grill. The Kohinoor Bar and Grill will be located at 17 7th Avenue South, next to Jets Pizza.

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Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
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St. Cloud City Council To Consider Architect Contract For Aquatic Center

A St. Cloud aquatic center is expected to take another step toward becoming a reality tonight (Monday). The St. Cloud city council will consider the approval of a contract with HMA Architects for the design and construction of the St. Cloud/YMCA Community Aquatics Center.

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St. Cloud City Council Allows New Home Incentive Program To Expire

An incentive program to spark construction of new single family homes in St. Cloud is being allowed to expire. For parts of the past two years the city council has adopted a Single Family Home Incentive Program, which reduced building permit fees by $1,500.

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St. Cloud City Council Makes Extended Stays At Homeless Shelters Permanent

An extension on how long some people can stay in the St. Cloud homeless shelters has been made permanent. Back in 2011 the city council amended the city ordinance that allowed 10 percent of people staying at a shelter to live there an extra 45 days, beyond the standard 45-day limit.

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Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
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St. Cloud City Council Spending $30K To Restore Abraham Lincoln Statue

The St. Cloud City council has voted to spend $30,000 to restore a 95-year-old statue of Abraham Lincoln. The statue currently sits outside the Empire Apartment building along Fourth Avenue North.

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St. Cloud City Council: No Environmental Assessment Necessary For Planned Quarry Expansion

The St. Cloud City Council voted tonight (Monday) not to order an Environmental Assessment Worksheet at a south St. Cloud granite quarry. An EAW is not required, but residents in that neighborhood put together a petition requesting one.

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St. Cloud City Council Delays Action On Length Of Stay Limits At Homeless Shelters

The St. Cloud City Council tabled a decision on how long people can stay at the two temporary shelters in town. Back in 2011 the council amended the city ordinance that would allow 10 percent of people staying at a shelter to live there an extra 45 days beyond the standard 45-day limit.

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St. Cloud City Council Votes to Prohibit Indoor Furniture Outdoors [POLL]

The St. Cloud City Council unanimously voted this evening (Monday) to approve an ordinance that would prevent you from putting indoor furniture outdoors.

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