Government
Intense scrutiny has followed the March 10 vote by the Lake Elmo city council to seek a possible separation between the city and its administrator, Dean Zuleger. Many in the community called the action by the council a “firing,” and a grassroots campaign was started to petition the council to co...Read More
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Lake Elmo resident Barry Weeks saw a sign at Hagberg’s Country Market on March 11, stating, “We Protest Council Vote,” and agreed that the council’s 3-2 vote to seek a separation with City Administrator Dean Zuleger was wrong. Weeks headed to his garage with some blue and yellow spray paint ...Read More
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