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The City Council agreed not so revoke Wonderland Asian Massage’s licenses—so long as the owners willingly turn in their licenses.
This year’s tax bill brings local government aid (LGA) back to the community after a several years without it.
‘I stand with the millions of struggling homeowners in Minnesota and across the country seeking justice after unfairly being kicked out of their homes,’ the 5th District congressman said.
The downtown retailer is becoming an estate sale business and will also sell some jewelry and gift items at a Robbinsdale space.
The group included senior ambassadors from as far back as the 1980s.
The St. Louis Park resident died Monday at the age of 89.
The proposed sales tax for transit improvements did not make it into the final transportation bill.
The bill was sponsored by District 46 legislators.
The Hopkins basketball star will help the team try to win its fifth-straight gold medal.
The 5th District Congressman also wants to ban the herbicide atrazine and add a right to vote amendment to the Constitution.
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