Scott County has launched a new website, which it describes as “citizen-focused,” at scottcountymn.gov. The launch is a culmination of more than year in planning and design, and the new website offers several new features in a more user-friendly online environment, the county says.
Last June, Jordan resident Jack Hennen ran into a bit of a problem when he wanted to add a deck onto his new house. The city's zoning setbacks required a 35-foot setback from the property line, and the closest point would have a 21.3-foot setback. Hennen eventually received his deck, but it required a variance from the city.
While the Twin Cities area is not included in a blizzard warning for west-central, southwest and portions of south-central Minnesota late Sunday through Monday morning, the area is still under a winter-weather advisory, which is now set for 7 p.m. Sunday through noon Monday, according to the National Weather Service office in Chanhassen.
While the Twin Cities area is not included in a blizzard watch for west-central, southwest and portions of south-central Minnesota Sunday afternoon through Monday morning, the area is still under a winter-weather advisory from 3 p.m. Sunday through noon Monday, according to the National Weather Service office in Chanhassen.
We live in interesting times. As the Presidential debate heats up, one debate is over income inequality and wages. I recently read an article that stated 47 percent of the population lives in poverty, while 50 percent make less than $30,000 a year. Granted, making $30,000 a year will no longer quality a single person as living in poverty, but it will hardly make for a “comfortable life.”