Plymouth

The Plymouth City Council found enough common ground at its Aug. 26 meeting to approve a preliminary plat for a housing development that has been thoroughly debated by councilmembers and residents. The plan calls for six single-family lots – one fewer than an earlier proposal – and denser zoning for a development on the 600 [...]

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Attention Wayzata High students intrigued by the idea of spending a year in another country, learning about a new culture and living with another family – you may be interested in the Rotary International Youth Exchange Program. Candidates for Rotary Youth Exchange must be 15-19 years old at the time of departure (summer 2015). Candidates [...]

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Wayzata School District, area police remind drivers to be alert For parents and teachers, September marks the beginning of a number of different sights and sounds as students anxiously or begrudgingly head back to school. For drivers, September also marks a time to be reminded of student safety as school buses, along with their precious [...]

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The following incidents appear in the Plymouth Police reports Aug. 14-20: Arson Aug. 15 — An unknown suspect set fire to unassembled playground equipment on the 3600 block of Fernbrook Lane, causing an extensive amount of damage. The case is under investigation. Assault Aug. 15 — A victim reported an unknown suspect threatened him over [...]

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Plymouth commission recommends preliminary approval for another 121 lots  The Plymouth Planning Commission has recommended approval for the preliminary plans of 121 new housing lots within the city. The actions took place during a nearly four-hour meeting Aug. 20 that included four public hearings on proposed developments. The proposal that received the most public comments [...]

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