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KIM NORTON

City's third mask mandate will run through Feb. 7
Mayor Kim Norton signs an emergency order calling for indoor mask requirement through Feb. 7
Online message includes a variety of voices from leaders throughout the city
Council members announce willingness to approve a short-term order but cite lack of needed agreement

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Mayor has order ready for mask requirement, but needs council support to enact it for more than three days.
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Disagreements continue as elected officials continue efforts to work on defined priorities.
Local Move With the Mayor program finishes its second year
Mayor tells council the order is ready in case a citywide requirement is sought while she's on vacation.
Mayor Kim Norton reveals list of honorees in 14 categories, along with two residents who were given the key to the city.
Good on Mayor Norton resist wasting tax money.

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Work of Rochester sculptor Charles Gagnon returns with new pedestal and purpose as work on Heart of the City redesign continues.
Titan Development and Investments filed a proposal this week to build a “three-story, 72-unit, affordable housing apartment building” called Manor Hills on an open parcel of land on the northwest corner of Country Club Road Southwest and 36th Avenue Northwest.
Mayor voiced concern about council decision during Oct. 18 meeting and has reportedly issued a veto.

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