Mike Hodnick sits at the intersection of music and computer programming code. There aren’t many others hanging out in this neck of the woods, but the 38-year-old Chaska composer is among those leading the charge in the U.S.
Dan Keyport couldn’t be better situated. From his vantage point at Dolce Vita Wine Shop at the southeast corner of Highway 41 and Chaska Boulevard, he’ll have a front row seat to the city’s ambitious revitalization efforts over the next few years. And Keyport, for one, couldn’t be more excited to see the end result.
Utility rates are likely to increase slightly in the new year. The Chaska City Council got its first look at the 5-year forecast for its water, sewer and electric funds during a work session Monday night.
The numbers of District 112 students traveling to other communities for various mental health services have been decreasing, due to the addition of new programs and school-based therapists in recent years.