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On December 11 and 12, the City of Eagan is hosting public meetings about the Neighborhood Lakes Project, a study of 12 lakes partially funded by a grant from the MN Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) and cosponsored by the Gun Club Lake Watershed Management Organization (GCLWMO). Residents may freely come and go from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.; however, both meetings will have formal presentations at
Many residents had questions about the proposed 2014 City Budget and submitted them as a part of Eagan's first-ever Virtual Open House broadcast live on Eagan Television (E-TV). Eagan Mayor Maguire, City Administrator Osberg and key Finance Staff discussied the budget as a part of the Budget Connect Virtual Open House.
This virtual community meeting took place on Monday, November 18, from
During the early morning hours of Sunday, September 8, 2013, an Eagan Police Officer was on patrol and discovered the City’s Historic Town Hall engulfed in flames. Eagan fire personnel responded and extinguished the blaze, and even though the building suffered considerable damage, a majority of it was saved.
Arson is suspected where police and fire personnel have been actively investigating