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A process for reimbursement for Washington County library cards issued to Lake Elmo residents was approved by the County Board at its meeting April 14.
The Lake Elmo Library is a separate entity from the Washington County Library, and Lake Elmo residents do not pay property taxes into the county’s library fund. Lake Elmo residents who wish to use Washington County Library branches must purchase a library card. Lake Elmo Public Library will reimburse the Washington County Library for one Washington County Library card per Lake Elmo household. Information regarding the library card reimbursement process will be provided to Lake Elmo residents who inquire about or receive Washington County Library cards.
Lake Elmo residents will no longer have to make the initial purchase of Washington County Library cards. To ensure residents have access to Washington County libraries, the Lake Elmo Public Library will pay the $60 fee for one Washington County library card per Lake Elmo household, billed directly to the Lake Elmo Public Library.
Library cards issued to Lake Elmo residents are good for 12 months at all Washington County libraries, as well as associate libraries in Bayport and Stillwater, but will not be honored outside the Washington County Library system. The cards issued to Lake Elmo residents are for physical materials only, such as books, DVDs, and magazines, but not ebooks and other electronic resources.
A public discussion about “Optimizing the Development Response to the Gold Line” will be held on Tuesday, April 14, 2015 from 12:30 to 2:30 pm, at Globe University (White Bear Lake Conference Room), 8147 Globe Drive, Woodbury. The event is hosted by the Gateway Corridor Commission, East Metro Strong, Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce, Oakdale Area Chamber of Commerce, and Woodbury Area Chamber of Commerce. There is no cost to attend and lunch is provided.
The Gold Line, a proposed bus rapid transit service between Union Depot in Saint Paul and Woodbury along Interstate 94 and Hudson Road, continues to gain momentum toward a 2022 opening. Now is the time to engage in conversations about:
• What role does the business community play in transit-oriented development?
• What do policy makers and community leaders need to do now to get ready?
• What can peer cities with successful transit programs teach us?
Who should attend:
Business owners and managers, elected officials and policy makers, Realtors, urban planners, engineers, land developers, community advocates.
– 12:30 p.m. Registration and Lunch
– 1 p.m. Speakers. Followed by discussion on community objectives, facilitated by Will Schroeer, East Metro Strong
How to register for the event
Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce is coordinating registrations. Space is limited. Sign up online today!
Questions about the Gateway Corridor Development Forum may be directed to Andy Gitzlaff, 651-430-4330, or email@example.com.
For more information: www.TheGatewayCorridor.com, www.Facebook.com/GatewayCorridor
The City of Lake Elmo is now accepting applications for seasonal employees in the public works and parks departments. The public works position duties may include street patching/repair, utility and infrastructure maintenance, and equipment operation and maintenance. The parks position duties may include: mowing, landscape maintenance, park and trail maintenance, and equipment operation and maintenance. Starting pay for each position is $9-$11, depending on qualifications. Applicants must be at least 16 years old and have a driver’s license. Applications are due Monday, May 4, and can be acquired in person at Lake Elmo City Hall or downloaded here. For more information contact Mike Bouthilet at 651-747-3941.
Send application to: City of Lake Elmo, Adam Bell, Assistant Administrator/City Clerk, 3800 Laverne Avenue North, Lake Elmo, MN 55042 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Lake Elmo City Council has called a special meeting to take place on Tuesday, March, 24, 2015, at 7 pm at City Hall. Agenda is as follows:
I. Call to Order – Mayor Pearson
II. Public Comments (Bloyer request)
III. Fire Department Duty Vehicle Purchase
IV. City Administrator Transition
V. Council Interactions & Behavior (Bloyer request)