Election judges are essential to the voting process. Officials are needed to serve voters at polling locations, administer election procedures and ensure that voter rights are protected. Election judges are paid and receive training.
The Burnsville City Council is looking to recognize individuals, community groups and businesses that – through their volunteer or work life – do their best to "build a brighter future for Burnsville." Nominations are due Sept. 2 at 4:30 p.m.
Help protect our waterways! Volunteers stencil "Dump No Waste, Drains to Lake" by neighborhood storm drains. This helps remind people that storm drains connect directly to lakes, rivers and wetlands without being treated. Equipment provided by the City.
Leaves haven’t begun to turn colors yet, but registration is open for Birnamwood Golf Course’s fall leagues. Tuesday and Thursday leagues provide friendly competition, while Sunday afternoon league provides a more traditional, competitive environment.
To help the many dedicated residents removing buckthorn, the City will open its compost site (for buckthorn disposal only) the last weekend of every month June through September. The compost site will also be open for buckthorn every weekend in October.
Starting or growing a small business isn’t easy, and hiring a trusted advisor to help get a business off the ground is usually very expensive. To encourage small business growth, Burnsville is offering free, one-on-one small business consulting to current...Read on...
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