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The Belle Plaine City Council met on Monday, Aug. 1, for a regular meeting and work session. The council recognized retired firefighter Todd Otto, held two public hearings, discussed a possible moratorium for THC products, and announced “The Feast.”

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The July 18 meeting of the Belle Plaine City Council also included a presentation from City Engineer Joe Duncan about the preliminary engineering report for 2023 street improvement projects for Belle Plaine.

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Belle Plaine Fire Chief Steve Otto began the department updates by informing the Belle Plaine City Council on Monday, July 18 that June was a busy month, with 25 total fire calls. Amidst the volume of calls for the city’s Fire Department, two firefighters completed their one-year probationar…

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Highway 169 at Highway 282 at Jordan was closed for a few hours on Saturday morning as multiple law enforcement and rescue agencies responded to a crash involving eight cars, including two Belle Plaine residents..

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What began several months ago as one family’s attempt to teach their children about sustainability and self-sufficiency, ended after many hours of research, public hearings and discussions on Tuesday, June 22.

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On Saturday, June 25, at 10:59 a.m., the Scott County Sheriff’s Office 911 Dispatch received a report of a body, that had been located by fishermen, floating in the Minnesota River upstream from The Landing–Minnesota River Heritage Park in Shakopee.

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The Belle Plaine School Board met on Monday, June 20 for an extensive overview of the 2022-2023 budget, a look into the construction and approval of the district’s greenhouse, and the possibility of new facilities for students.

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Close to a dozen individuals attended a community notification meeting in Belle Plaine on Monday, April 11 pertaining to the impending release of a Level 3 predatory offender into the Belle Plaine community this Thursday. Upon his release, Daniel Lee Zurn, 69, will be residing in the 200 blo…

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Despite a handful of Belle Plaine residents showing up to express their concern with traffic and road safety, especially for neighborhood children, the Belle Plaine City Council on Monday night moved forward with approving a preliminary plat and Planned Unit Development (PUD) plan for Brecke…

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A demand for rural living and working from home has drawn Minnesotans to Belle Plaine and has caused an increase in property values. Scott County Assessor Michael J. Thompson attended the Belle Plaine City Council meeting on Monday, March 7 to discuss the housing market update, changes for 2…

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