Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Video from various spots around the metro, including Republican Party headquarters in Bloomington and the DFL Party's gathering in Minneapolis.
Red. Blue. Downtown or Southtown, we will have it covered tonight as election results come in around the Twin Cities. Twin Cities Patch sites are teaming up with our friends at TheUptake to bring video coverage from various sites tonight as we wrap up this historic election. The embedded player allows you to change feeds, or "channels," to check out the coverage and interviews you want to see. Thanks for "tuning in," and enjoy a whole new way to take in the Election Night.
Thursday, June 16, 2011
David McKnight, Mendota Heights city administrator since November of 2009, is a Farmington resident.
Mendota Heights City Administrator David McKnight is a contender for the position of city administrator in Farmington, MN. McKnight’s application has been selected as one of six to be considered for interviews starting later this month, confirmed Georgia Larson of the Farmington Human Resources Department. McKnight is a resident of Farmington, former city council member and ran for mayor in 2008. "After the position opened up in April I was encouraged to apply by a number of individuals and will participate in the interview process next week," said McKnight in an email. "Farmington is my hometown and a place that holds a special place to me. I look forward to discussing the future of the city with the city council, staff and residents …
Thursday, February 17, 2011
12 individuals interviewed for the seven open positions.
From a pool of applicants comprised of finance and business specialists, lawyers and engineers, the Mendota Heights City Council chose their picks for three city advisory committees Feb. 16. Two full terms and one one-year term are vacant on the planning commission. The same situation faces the airport advisory committee. The parks and recreation committee has one vacancy outstanding. Michael Noonan, Howard Roston and Mary Magnuson were selected for the planning commission. Magnuson will be appointed to the 1-year-term. Jim Neuharth, Kevin Byrnes and Gina Norling were selected for the airport relations committee. Norling was chosen for the one-year term. There are no term limits for the ARC, due to the learning curve for committee members …
Friday, January 14, 2011
Jill Smith, Mike Povolny and Ansis Viksnins will be considered for the final vote scheduled for Jan. 18.
Three applicants for the Mendota Heights City Council opening were approved for final consideration Jan. 14 at a special meeting of the council. The Thursday public meeting was called to interview the eight residents interested in the vacancy. Former council member and 2010 mayoral candidate Jill Smith and planning commission members Mike Povolny and Ansis Viksnins were unanimously OK’d to be considered for the final vote scheduled for the regular council meeting Jan. 18. The person selected will fill the two-year remainder of newly elected Mayor Sandra Krebsbach’s council term. Four of the eight applicants, including Sally Lorberbaum, a council candidate in 2010, had previous city commission experience. Smith is a retired real estate …
Thursday, January 13, 2011
Today's interviews begin at 5 p.m. at City Hall. An appointment is expected next Tuesday.
The Mendota Heights City Council anticipates interviewing eight candidates for an open council seat beginning at 5 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 13. Newly elected Mayor Sandra Krebsbach vacated her council seat this year to take the gavel. Two years remain of her council term. An appointment will be voted on Tuesday Jan. 18, in time to include the new member in a goal-setting process and the selection of members for the city’s various commissions. Assistant City Administrator Jake Sedlacek confirmed the following people have submitted an application for the position: John Coleman Sally Lorberbaum Mike Povolny Jameel Qiblawi Matt Schaefer Terry Schwartz Jill Smith Ansis Viksnins