Crosby City Council agrees with Miner’s, Inc. on Development Agreement at May 24th meeting

Crosby City Council agrees with Miner’s, Inc. on Development Agreement at May 24th meeting

May 26, 2021 News News -- KKIN-KFGI-KLKS-WWWI 0

By Paul Vold (5/26/21)

(Crosby, MN) — The Crosby City Council moved forward with Miner’s Incorporated for a Development Agreement and other items during their regular meeting Monday night from the Council Chambers.

The Council did approved items including City Hall returning to standard hours of service, open to the public, and remove the facility’s mask covering policy, liquor licenses for the period of July 1s, 2021 to June 30th, 2022, application for outdoor public fireworks display on July 4th, Special Event Application and temporary liquor license for the Crosby Fire Department 4th of July celebration, Cemetery deed buy back from Doug and Lynn Peterson, payment of annual Visual ClubMate subscription at the Hallett Center, Classification to “Non-Conservation and Future Direct Sale of a Non-conforming Tax Forfeited Tract from Crow Wing county, the promotion of Kyler Decent to the position of Driver at Grade 5 Step 9, and the hire Annika Severson as an intern for the Jessie F. Hallett Memorial Library with funding provided by Sourcewell.

During the Public Comment Period, Jill Mattson, owner of Uplifted Wellness Studio spoke before the Council on her displeasure of the City Bicycle Rules & Routes brochures that have been spread throughout the City of Crosby.  

The Council heard Matton’s research on the quoting for new brochures with formal actions during the meeting. Approval was given for an agreement for the City of Crosby with the City Administrator serving as the liaison between the two entities. The Council heard from a representative of Miner’s Incorporated on a Development Agreement for the construction and building of a new SuperOne Foods Store.

Shayne Johnson presented to the Council on using the DMV parking lot on Saturdays to be used as overflow vendor space during the Cuyuna Range Farmers Market Saturdays.

The move was approved by the Council as well as posting a Laborer opening in the Public Works Department. 

The Crosby City Council is next scheduled to meet on Monday, June 14th at 6pm from the Crosby Council Chambers.