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Now that the holiday season is over, recycle Christmas trees by dropping them off at one of the available locations in Washington County.
Community Thread is offering free tax filing assistance to low and middle income taxpayers beginning in early February by appointment only.
The Washington County Board of Commissioners, sitting as the Washington County Regional Railroad Authority Dec. 20, recommended a locally preferred alternative alignment for the Gateway Corridor, which will be sent to the Metropolitan Council.
When the holiday season is over, recycle Christmas trees by dropping them off at one of the available locations in Washington County.
On Dec. 6, the North St. Paul City Council passed the 2017 general fund budget and property-tax levy.
The 2017 general fund budget was set at $6,953,530, which is $44,378 more than the 2016 general fund budget.
Maplewood held a public truth-in-taxation hearing during its regular Dec. 12 city council meeting.
After the hearing, council members cast unanimous votes for a 5 percent increase in the city’s property-tax levy for next year.
The Washington County Board of Commissioners set the county’s 2017 budget and levy Dec 13.
The board certified:
• A tax levy of $96.1 million for county operations and $1.05 million for the Land and Water Legacy Program; and
The drop box is near the night entrance of the police department on the east side of city hall.
A drop-off for unused or unwanted prescription medications is now available at Maplewood City Hall near the police department’s night entrance.
Stan Karwoski sworn in as District 2 Washington County commissioner by Judge Ilkka, while his wife Linda looks on.
Stan Karwoski was sworn in as the District 2 Washington County commissioner Dec. 6.
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