In September Jeff Holm stepped down as board chair, but by December he will be chair again. Still, Holm seeks to help new leaders emerge in the township.
A proposal recently released by President Obama’s deficit commission would limit the availability of mortgage interest deductions. How will this effect exurbs such as Baldwin?
Baldwin often looks to neighboring townships for ideas to help it run better, but what far away cities or townships might be sharing information that could help improve life in Baldwin?
Automatically-driven personal vehicles could completely change the experience of commuting. Instead of needing to concentrate on the road, commuters could relax or even begin working for the day on their drive to work.
Many acres of Minnesota land classified as USDA Prime Farmland sit under urban or suburban development. How important is it to preserve this land in the exurbs?
Information collected for the book “Our Patchwork Nation” presented on patchworknation.org provides insight into how Sherburne County compares to the rest of the state and nation.
It seems a financial reality is emerging: if consumers don’t have a lot of money to spend on recreation, they aren’t likely to travel for things they can experience without traveling.
The yearly maintenance costs of gravel roads make them appear inefficient, until you consider the capital improvement costs associated with bituminous roads at the middle and end of their lives.
At Tuesday’s park meeting, representatives from the Healthy Communities Partnership group reminded township officials that their volunteers are still ready, able and hoping to get things rolling on Young Park improvements before winter sets in.
At least two electric cars currently in the production process will be able to go far enough for commutes from Baldwin to downtown Minneapolis. Will this mean more electric vehicles in the exurbs?