The City Council Workshop scheduled for December 10, 2013 has been cancelled to afford staff more time to fully determine the scope and available options for the water funding discussion. The meeting will be rescheduled at a later time.
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It’s that time of year again. As we move closer to the official start of winter, the City would like to remind everyone of its snow parking policy.
Parking on city streets is prohibited following a snowfall event of 3 or more inches until the street is cleared.
The city also follows MN Stat. 160.27, Subd. 5, which reads: pushing/blowing snow from driveways and sidewalks onto public roads may be punishable as a misdemeanor.
Snow deposited or left on roadways creates a real hazard to passing motorists which can cause serious accidents. Even heavy snowplows have been damaged when hitting compacted and frozen snow deposited on the roadways. Because the practice is illegal to begin with, the person depositing the snow, as the prime cause of the accident, may also find him/herself faced with civil liability lawsuits. The City of Lake Elmo’s Public Works Department urges you, as good neighbors and motorists, not to add to the hazards of winter time driving.
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Saturday, December 7, 2013 | Downtown Lake Elmo
Help Light Up Lake Elmo this holiday season! Downtown Lake Elmo will be transformed into a winter wonderland this December and you’re invited to join in.
Bring an ornament with you to Main Street Lake Elmo on Saturday, December 7, and add it to the community tree. Family friendly activities will begin at 4 pm, and a lighting ceremony will take place at 6 pm.
Consider sponsoring a tree! Businesses, organizations, and individuals can sponsor a smaller tree to add even more eclectic flair to the event. This is a great way to get out with your neighbors, or a unique business marketing opportunity. The cost to sponsor a tree is only $50, and includes a commemorative plaque. Act quickly. Sponsorship opportunities are limited.
For more information or to get involved, call 651-747-3908.