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Move by Bulk Fluid Systems would have required changing the city's comprehensive plan.
More than 100 people showed up at a Dakota County Board meeting Tuesday, most opposing the shelter idea.
The Yards and Backyards developer the Beard Group said streetscape improvements were more work than they typically complete with a project.
Officials have not determined a cause for the fire, but have opened an investigation. Dakota County commissioner calls timing of blaze "oddly coincidental."
Most of the Dakota County Board expressed support for applying for $10 million state grant to help fund the purchase and renovation of the Norwood Inn & Suites; the full project would cost an estimated $24 million.
Construction will begin in spring 2024 on apartments meant for low-income residents and people emerging from homelessness.
The city is working to implement "participatory budgeting," which allows residents to vote on spending for some public projects.
City officials say they are not getting enough county support for city road and infrastructure projects, and would like to join Anoka County instead.
The real test will come in the final weeks of the festival, when attendance is highest.
The Forest Service issued a "no action" draft decision due to the expansion's potential effects on tribal resources, the Superior Hiking Trail and the environment.