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WENDY TURRI

Rochester City Council will consider cutting two months off enforcement period.
Rochester City Council slated to discuss goals of 2019 policy, along with potential changes.
Analysis of parking structure continues as city continues with lawsuit.
New payment options are available as city enacts charges approved in 2019

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Public health director credits early numbers as reason for helping fight off variant seen elsewhere.
City staff sought direction Monday as it prepares to update Rochester's growth map to outline expectations for future decades.
City Council will consider request for review of ordinance that requires alternate side parking on most residential streets from Oct. 1 to May 1.
City reports it's working on plan to address unpaid tickets dating back to 2015.
Rochester council agrees to seek state assessment for proposed work on Silver Lake while RPU clarifies its funding intentions.
Rochester Public Works is partnering with Olmsted County Public Health, Mayo Clinic and University of Minnesota Rochester to seek advanced notice of potential coronavirus outbreaks.

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City Council scheduled to take up issue in December.
Award recognizes 22 years without a permit violation at plant that treats the city's wastewater
Deputy director has been filling role since her boss resigned in 2019.

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