Board Approves Resolution Recognizing, Respecting and Supporting Diversity
The board adopted a resolution that recognizes diversity in Anoka County and stands against discrimination. To read the resolution, click HERE. To watch the video on this item, click HERE.
Board Supports Business 4 Business Program
Anoka County sent out a joint press release with the Minnesota Consortium of Community Developers, several surrounding counties and Greater MSP – the Minneapolis-St. Paul Regional Economic Development Partnership, supporting the Businesses 4 Business Program. This program seeks short and long-term solutions to help small businesses that have experienced hardships this year. For more information on the Business 4 Business program, click HERE.
Reconstruction of County Road 34 Approved
The board approved a joint powers agreement with the City of Lino Lakes for the reconstruction Highway 34 from Hokah Drive to 550 feet east of Shadow Lake Drive. For more information on this item, click HERE.
Windows to be Replaced at Coon Rapids Dam Visitor Center
The board awarded a contract to National Contractors, Inc., out of Excelsior, for replacement of windows at the Coon Rapids Dam visitor center. This is the first time in 42 years the windows have been replaced. For more information on this item, click HERE.
Manomin Park Restroom to be Reconstructed
The board awarded a bid to Construction Results, of Plymouth, to reconstruct the bathroom at Manomin Park in Fridley. For more information on this item, click HERE.
250 Cloth Masks Donated to Anoka County
Anoka County residents Mary Kukowski, Cathy Wetmore, Marilyn Wahlgren, Mary Hannah, Luana Campbell, and Sharon Schrader donated approximately 250 cloth masks to Anoka County at no cost to the county for county employees to use in areas where social distancing is difficult to maintain. For more information on this item, click HERE.
Patricia Preiner Reappointed to Rice Creek Watershed District
The board reappointed Patricia Preiner to the Rice Creek Watershed District. Preiner has served as the president of the district for 12 years. The purpose of the RCWD is to conserve and restore water resources of the district for the beneficial use of current and future generations. For more information on this item, click HERE. To watch the video on this item, click HERE.
To watch the full board meeting, click HERE.