Wednesday, October 3, 2012
To help voters, Dakota County Commissioner Tom Egan also reviews the changes coming to voting precincts in Eagan.
Follow Eagan Patch on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our daily newsletter | Blog for us To the editor: It has been a great honor and I am thankful for the opportunity to have served the residents of Dakota County in District Three for the last eight years. I have had the privilege of serving as chair of the board during one and vice chair during two of those years. I look forward to serving the residents of District Three with equal enthusiasm for the next four years. Dakota is a great County and the Dakota County Board has worked hard to keep it that way. Dakota County has the lowest per-capita tax levy of all metropolitan area counties and the third lowest in the entire state. We have set as a board goal to never stop …
Sunday, March 18, 2012
Each Sunday, Patch revisits the headlines with our 'Week in Review' feature.
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Thursday, March 15, 2012
Substantial changes are coming to many of the city's precincts and polling places according to proposed precinct maps released by city officials.
Eagan residents will likely see plenty of changes to their polling stations and precinct boundaries this year, as Eagan officials redraw the city's precinct map in the wake of the state's legislative redistricting. City Clerk Christina Scipioni unveiled the proposed polling stations and boundaries for Eagan's 2012 voting precincts at a special Eagan City Council meeting on Tuesday evening. Many of the proposed precincts bear little resemblence to the city's current precinct system. View the current and proposed maps by clicking on the PDFs attached to this article. The city redraws its precinct maps every decade, follow the state's own legislative redistricting process. Because a Minnesota Supreme Court panel made substantial changes to …