More than 20 years ago, there was 20-acres of land the city of Maple Grove sought to purchase for forest preservation.
The proposed site located at 13000 63rd Ave. N. in Maple Grove.
At the first meeting of 2018, the Maple Grove City Council shared the “State of the City” as part of the opening comments.
Weather uncertainty, budget concerns, and citizen feedback were among the reasons cited for the denial at the Oct. 16 Maple Grove City Council meeting.
The action at the May 1 meeting dissolves the Maple Grove Housing and Redevelopment Authority (HRA) and transfers operational power to the new EDA.
The rehabilitation program consists of three proposed projects.
98% responded “very good” or “good” to the overall quality of life in Maple Grove.
The ground breaking for the building took place Nov. 3.
Two Maple Grove City Council seats were up for election on the Nov. 8 ballot.
There are several events happening the week of Sept. 5-11, 2016.