Saturday, November 10, 2012
See the precinct-by-precinct results. Did you vote like your neighbors?
Precinct Results in Legislative Races Representing Fridley How Barb Goodwin, Gina Bauman, Connie Bernardy and Dale Helm fared in each precinct of Senate District 41 and House District 41A. Precinct Results in City of Fridley Races: Councilmember-at-Large, Mayor See precinct-by-precinct how Bob Barnette, Rick Wolfe and Scott Lund fared when Fridley voters cast ballots in council, mayoral races.
Monday, September 10, 2012
See the meeting agenda online at Patch or download it from the City's website.
Read the Fridley City Council agenda for Sept. 10, 2012 here or download it (in three parts) from the City of Fridley website.
Monday, August 20, 2012
Mayor and members would get first raise since 2009 under proposed increase.
Home Depot's garden center will keep its special use permit and Fridley's mayor and council members will be on their way to their first pay increase since 2009, if the council approves two items Monday. Last year the council gave Home Depot through this August to comply with parts of the permit concerning outdoor storage or lose its permit. City staff reports that Home Depot has complied. Here are two tables of information from the city staff regarding salaries for mayor and councilmembers: Fridley mayor and council 2012 salaries compared to other metro cities' average: City-by-city mayor and councilmember salary comparison: City Mayor Members Apple Valley $11,220.00 $ 8,028.00 Blaine 12,792.00 9,384.00 Brooklyn Center 11,166.00…
Friday, May 4, 2012
Monday's meeting includes chance for public to weigh in.
The City of Fridley is considering rolling out the red—make that green—carpet for farmers markets to set up shop. At the Fridley City Council meeting next Monday, there will be a public hearing on amending the city code for farmers markets, according to the meeting agenda posted Friday at the city's website. (Click on the PDF thumbnail on this page to read the full agenda online. The farmers market material begins on page 34 of the PDF.) The council meeting is set for 7:30 p.m. Monday at Fridley City Hall. See a video about Oakdale's farmers market from last summer by clicking on the video thumbnail.
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
See the video here.
This is the City of Fridley's archived video of the city council's April 23, 2012, meeting at Fridley City Hall.
Sunday, April 22, 2012
Up for discussion: Signs, sewers and sergeants
The Fridley City Council holds its regular meeting on Monday, April 23, at 7:30 p.m. at Fridley City Hall.
Monday, March 26, 2012
Fridley City Council also set to act on redistricting, safe school routes at March 26 meeting.
The Fridley City Council is set to approve a long-term plan for East River Road and set the city's political boundaries for the next decade at its meeting Monday, March 26, 7:30 p.m., at Fridley City Hall. Also on the agenda are plans for a paved path connecting Rice Creek and Unity Hospital, as well as improvements for pedestrians around Fridley Middle School and Stevenson and Hayes elementary schools. The council holds a pre-meeting beginning at 7 p.m., also open to the public. The regular meeting is shown live on cable channel 17 and again throughout the week. You can also watch archived video online. Here is Monday's agenda. See the PDF above for more details. FRIDLEY CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF MARCH 26, 2012 PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE. …
Monday, January 23, 2012
The city council holds a public hearing on the project Monday.
Note: This is not an official City of Fridley map. The Fridley City Council will hold a public hearing Monday on a plan to rehabilitate 15 streets, mostly in the Rice Creek Terrace neighborhood. The hearing will take place during the council's regular meeting that starts at 7:30 p.m. in the council chambers at Fridley City Hall. The project includes "street and utility improvements, including asphalt reclaiming, hot mix bituminous paving, water main replacement, concrete curbing, and miscellaneous restoration," according to the full agenda for the meeting. (Read the full agenda online here; street rehab starts on page 49.) The project has already been scaled down, according to a Jan. 19, 2012, memo included in the full agenda: Staff also …
Monday, December 5, 2011
Read the Fridley Council agenda, including a request for proposals on garbage and recycling.
Monday, December 5, 2011
The Fridley City Council will start a search for a company to provide trash and recycling pickups if it approves a request-for-proposals (RFP) at its meeting Monday night. The city's current contract with Allied Waste Services expires on March 31, 2012. The RFP allows for Allied and other companies to compete for residential service. The meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. at the council chambers at Fridley City Hall. It also includes a public meeting on the 2012 City of Fridley budget. Other items on the agenda (see short version here or full agenda above) are:
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Two property owners objected to assessments on street they don't use.
The Fridley City Council wrapped up some fiscal-year-end business by holding public hearings; approving special assessments for street improvements and nuisance clean-up; and certifying delinquent utility bills to Anoka County for collection with 2012 property tax at its meeting Monday evening at city hall. The council held public hearings at City Hall on the nuisance abatements and street improvement assessments. No one appeared for the nuisance abatements hearing although the city did receive a couple of written objections to paying them. The charges for city cleaning or removal of nuisances affected 41 properties this year and ranged from about $25 to about $7,400. The total cost of the city’s work was more than $38,000. The council …