City Council Meeting Recap

Unofficial report of the City Council meeting of April 12, 2021

Roseville Economic Development Authority Meeting

Called to Order:

 6:00 p.m.


: Mayor Dan Roe; Councilmembers Jason Etten, Wayne Groff, Julie Strahan, Robert Willmus

Business Items

Approved financing plans and adopted resolution approving TIF District #23 for the Brittany/Marion Apartments
Approved resolutions supporting applications for environmental grants to assist with contamination clean up for the Twin Lakes Station Senior Housing Development

Roseville City Council Regular Meeting

Recognitions, Donations, Communications

Received update from the Twin Cities North Chamber of Commerce
Received presentation from NineNorth Executive Director Dana Healy

Business Items

Held public hearing to consider modification to development district #1 and approved TIF plans to assist with establishment of TIF District #23 Brittany/Marion Apartments
Approved on-sale wine and liquor license for Gamezenter, doing business as Fantasy Flight Games
Held public hearing and approved noise variance for Galtier Lift Station Improvement project
Held public hearing and approved vacation of drainage and utility easements in the Midland Legacy Estate Plat
Interviewed applicants for the Police Civil Service, Finance, and Public Works, Environment and Transportation Commissions
Received the Civic Campus Master Plan update


Approved March 22 city council meeting minutes
Approved March 22 EDA meeting minutes

Consent Agenda

Approved consent agenda including awarding contract for 2021 Pavement Management Project, establishing a tree replacement fee, transferring a portion of 2501 Fairview Ave to the EDA, setting the 2022 budget process calendar and reinstating multifamily rental licenses for 195 Larpenteur Ave, 1720 Marion St, and 1745 Marion St


Meeting adjourned at 10:10 p.m.

The next Roseville City Council meeting is scheduled for Monday, April 19

Note: Council recaps are not official minutes of city council meetings. Official minutes are posted on the city website upon approval by the city council.