Norwalk council member was the Norwalk Economic Development Corp. assistant director starting in March 2015.
St. Paul graduate worked as the assistant finance director for six years.
“What I like is his pride in Norwalk. We all know he will serve this community in other ways.”
“Drone footage is a big key to marketing properties these days.”
Lifelong Norwalk resident, St. Paul graduate has worked for Norwalk since 2005.
Caffeinated Ideas takes place at 9 a.m. Tuesday; small-business financing panel follows at noon.
Activities include series of media articles, informational seminars and roundtable events.
“That means we are doubling down on our drug investigations,” Norwalk Police Chief Dave Light said after Tuesday’s meeting.
“A yes vote doesn’t guarantee it will be built; it opens doors.”
Councilman laments lost economic opportunity and “what might’ve been.”
Norwalk Mayor Rob Duncan's veto on welcoming a medical-marijuana cultivation facility stands.
Five reconsideration votes would override the mayor’s veto, making the legislation law.
Council members respond to Mayor Duncan’s statements about a medical marijuana cultivation business in Norwalk.
The mayor has 10 days in which to file his veto. Council must act on it, or essentially take another vote, at its next session.
Norwalk Mayor Rob Duncan says “every job is not right for this community.”