Keats Avenue will be closed to through traffic Monday, May 20, between 47th Street and 51st Street from 7 AM until 5 PM for a number of water service installations.
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Keats Avenue will be closed to through traffic on May 17, between 47th Street and 51st Street from 7 AM until Noon for water service installation. For more information contact Chad Isakson at 651.300.4283 or email@example.com
The public is invited to attend a civility pledge signing event on Tuesday, May 21, 2013, at 6:30 p.m. at Lake Elmo City Hall. The pledge signing will serve as a kick-off event Speak Your Peace, a campaign aimed at enhancing a culture of civility throughout the Lake Elmo community by providing training and bringing awareness to nine tools of civility. The campaign was introduced on April 16, 2013, when members of city council passed a resolution adopting the Nine Tools of Civility as the foundational principles by which they conduct the business of the council. On May 21st, council members, commissioners, city staff, and community leaders will make a public and personal commitment to abide by these principles, when they gather to sign the Speak Your Peace Pledge. By this they will be setting the tone (and example) for a community that values civic engagement. Citizens including business owners, community groups, and residents are encouraged to attend and show their support for this effort by signing the pledge as well.
For more information visit www.speakyourpeacelakeelmo.org.
Keats Avenue will be close to through traffic between 47th Street and 51st Street on Tuesday, May 14, 2013, for the installation of a hydrant and water service crossing. The work is anticipated to occur between the hours of 10 AM and 3 PM. For more information contact Chad Isakson at 651.300.4283, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Revisions to the City’s Zoning Map were adopted at the May 7, 2013 Council meeting. The revised map incorporates the new Zoning Districts that have been approved as part of the council’s ongoing work to update the Zoning Ordinance. The map incorporates all of the newly created zoning districts, but also leaves some of the existing categories in tact pending future amendments. Staff will be bringing further amendments to the Map once the Village Land Use Plan has been formally adopted by the City Council.