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    Council approves order of summer overlay road projects

    With the approval, the Engineering Department will continue to finalize the specifications of the project before going out for bid, likely in March. Construction is anticipated to begin in May/June, depending on the weather, and conclude August. Read on...
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    Certified contractor swapping meter radios on exterior of homes

    Blue Sky Mechanical is in the midst of a 3-year process to replace meter radio devices on the exterior of residential homes throughout the community. These devices have reached the end of their life span. Read on...
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    City designates website as official publication for bids

    Now through July 13, the City will publish notices of bids and requests in the official newspaper (the Faribault Daily News) and the City’s website. After July 13, notices will only be published on the City’s website. Read on...
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    Section of Straight River Trail closed for stormwater system

    A portion of the Straight River Trail east of Willow Street will be closed beginning Jan. 11, for the construction of a stormwater retention system on the former Lockerby site south of the viaduct. Read on...
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    Faribault emergency response personnel to receive advanced cardiac screening

    Thanks to one-time Public Safety Aid funds, officers and firefighters will be able to undergo advanced cardiac screening that’s traditionally only available to older individuals in a hospital setting. Read on...
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    City awarded $250,000 grant to seal two unused wells

    The City of Faribault received a $250,000 state grant to help seal two old, unused municipal wells located at the former water pumping station to ensure the City’s water quality is protected. Read on...
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