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Crosslake cancels closed meeting, reschedules to December

The Nov. 30 meeting will now take place Dec. 8.

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CROSSLAKE — The Crosslake City Council canceled its closed session, which was scheduled for Wednesday.

Instead, the council is slated to meet 1 p.m. Dec. 8 at Crosslake City Hall in a closed session to discuss labor negotiations.

Council Member John Andrews will attend the meeting via Zoom because he is out of town. He will participate from a public location at 1205 Jackson Blvd, Unit A, Houston, TX 77006, which is open and accessible to the public, as required by Minnesota State Statute 13D.02.

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