Carleton College students Nick Cohen and Peter Bruno moderated a Northfield Mayoral Forum/debate and also At-Large Council candidates. Below is the link to Northfield Initiative and the event November 2nd:
Nfld Council takes the 1st step for Transit Hub
Last night the Northfield Council took another step toward creating a Transit Hub to accompany the Northfield Depot at Hwy 3 and 3rd street. The Save the Northfield Depot nonprofit has worked non-stop since 2008 to see their full dream become a reality and it inches ever closer with a 6 to 1 vote to approve the first phase of solidifying the site for a Hub, which is a City project. $30,000 to 40,000 will be used for consulting services for design and construction prep documentation out of the $150,000 earmarked from the TIF 4 dollars. City Administrator Ben Martig explains [Read more…] about Today’s news update – Nfld Council takes the 1st step for Transit Hub; Heineman finalist for Rosemount for Admin job; Carleton students hold Mayoral forum tonight
Jeff Johnson speaks with Carleton students Nick Cohen and Peter Bruno about the upcoming Northfield Mayoral Candidate Forum sponsored by the Northfield Initiative, and the Center for Civic and Community Engagement (CCCE) on November 2 at 7pm in the Great Hall at Carleton,
Click below to listen to the full interview:
Lantos will speak about the promise and perils of genomics.
Northfield, Minn.— Nationally recognized pediatrician and bioethicist Dr. John Lantos will speak Wednesday, Oct. 5 at 7 p.m. at the Northfield Public Library. In a presentation entitled, “Who’s Afraid of Big Bad Genomics?,” Lantos will discuss the promise and perils of genomics. [Read more…] about Community News: Northfield Public Library to host nationally recognized pediatrician and bioethicist Dr. John Lantos
ROCHESTER, Minn. — Motorists will encounter construction crews on the Highway 19 historic stone arch bridge near Carleton College in Northfield as final work begins the week of July 18 for the bridge restoration, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation.
The construction crews are scheduled to mobilize to the site the week of July 18 and begin the restoration work on July 25. A road shoulder closure will be required for approximately a month and crews are scheduled to close the bridge for three days beginning Aug. 26 to apply an epoxy chip seal to the bridge deck. [Read more…] about Community News: Heads up for Hwy 19 closure near Carleton College