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PEQUOT LAKES CITY COUNCIL

Council hears update on splashpad fundraising efforts
Starting in July, both cities will have ownership and input regarding fire district operations.
Mayor, council member call funds raised 'amazing'
Pequot Lakes City Council also discusses cooperative road project, Coleman Drive improvements

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Fundraising efforts are well underway with more events planned and continued individual donations
Council also accepts quote for the splash pad to be installed in Trailside Park; fundraising efforts continue
Work plan outlines priorities for 2022.
Breezy Point had concerns with its contract with Pequot Lakes so pursued potential negotiations with other area fire departments in recent months.
City council continues to talk about Breezy Point fire service, the need to hire another police officer
Pequot Lakes police officers, city staff to receive 10% to 15% pay raises in 2022

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WAC and SAC fees could be waived on existing vacant lots that already have sewer and water infrastructure
City council agrees to waive water and sewer connection fees on vacant lots in a designated area for a certain period of time.
Pequot Lakes City Council agrees to continue exploring alternative that is less expensive for that city

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