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JENKINS CITY COUNCIL

The Jenkins mayor said he’s running for the board because he believes Crow Wing County is a great place to live, raise a family, have a business and enjoy the area’s phenomenal natural resources.
Jerimey Flategraff's grandmother and great-grandfather both served in elected positions.
Mayor says council is looking to reach out to state legislators to have the phrase, which is a part of the DEED requirements, changed.
New contract only pays for services used

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Slum and blight designation remains under scrutiny
Council members discuss drawbacks of declaring a slum and blight district for grant
Only Mayor Jon Lubke and council members Donna Stricker and Andrew Rudlang were present, not meeting the minimum 4/5 vote to approve a summary publication.
Policy lays out proper method for getting onto agenda
Two Jenkins City Council members donate their time and skills to build new city sign on Highway 371 at the south end of town
After roughly 16 years on the Jenkins City Council, it's safe to say Gary Hart has been part of a lot of decisions, big and small.

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The council used an event to be held at Shiners Bar to create a model for city event permits going forward. The council approved the permit for Shiners Bar, along with a $50 permit fee.
Nate Sauvageau, of Shiners - a bar and dining establishment that recently opened near Veterans Park in Jenkins - approached the city council for recommendations on a “Runaway Retreat” event based out of his business Aug. 22 and 23.
Reviews letter/plans for former Underdogs Bar and Grill location

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