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County Board recommends Kim Maki as St. Louis County Attorney

County Board recommends Kim Maki as St. Louis County Attorney

The St. Louis County Board has given preliminary approval to appoint Kim Maki as St. Louis County Attorney. Current County Attorney Mark Rubin has announced his retirement effective September 30. Maki's appointment would be for the remainder of Rubin's term, which runs through the end of 2022.

 

An Iron Range native, Maki has worked in the County Attorney's Office since 2011, following a decade of work in private practice. She has led the Civil Division since November 2012, providing legal advice and support to County commissioners and all County departments.

Wednesday, September 8, 2021/Number of views (0)
County Board considers $156.5 million preliminary levy for 2022

County Board considers $156.5 million preliminary levy for 2022

The St. Louis County Board has given initial approval for the 2022 maximum property tax levy in the amount of $156,496,531. Factoring in the 4.25% growth in the property tax base, St. Louis County property owners will see an average increase of 1.69% on the county portion of their property tax bill. 

Wednesday, September 8, 2021/Number of views (0)
Two-vehicle accident in Gnesen Township sends four to the hospital

Two-vehicle accident in Gnesen Township sends four to the hospital

A driver passing in a no passing zone led to a two vehicle accident on Rice Lake Road. Four people had to be taken to the hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.
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St. Louis County ends logging restrictions as conditions improve

St. Louis County ends logging restrictions as conditions improve

Due to favorable weather conditions, St. Louis County is lifting the restrictions announced earlier this week regarding cutting and logging operations on county-managed lands in the northern part of the county. The St. Louis County Land & Minerals Department has been consulting with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and the United States Forest Service (USFS) in making this decision.
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St. Louis County announces logging restrictions due to wildfire risk

St. Louis County announces logging restrictions due to wildfire risk

Due to continuing drought restrictions and resulting wildfire risk, St. Louis County is restricting cutting and logging operations on all county-managed lands in the northern part of the county. The restrictions are consistent with those announced by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and the United States Forest Service (USFS), and apply to the same area where no open burning and no campfires are allowed.
Wednesday, September 1, 2021/Number of views (0)
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