Jeff Dahl

Jan. 18, 2022

City of Wayzata to study electric vehicles

On January 4th the Wayzata City Council discussed a professional services agreement to participate in an electric vehicle fleet study. As part of the study, non-commercial city vehicles, including utility trucks and police cars would have devices attached to track energy usage data. Larger vehicles like fire trucks and plows ...

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Sept. 23, 2021

Council talks TIF for Boardwalk: Use it or Lose it?

Joe Fisher, Community Reporter
joe@wayzata.com

The Wayzata City Council has been debating the use of approximately $9 million of tax increment financing funds (TIF) from District 6 in workshops over the last month.

The debate is whether it is appropriate — and in the interest of residents — ...

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April 2, 2021

Development Moratorium?

The Wayzata City Council will meet in a joint workshop with the Wayzata Planning Commission on April 5th at 5pm to discuss a development moratorium in the Mixed Use Residential/Commercial and Central Business Districts.

The request comes on the heels of a March 15th special workshop by the Wayzata ...

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March 3, 2021

Council approves city wide naming rights policy

What started as a policy aimed at setting naming and dedication guidelines for the Panoway Project has become part of a citywide standard.

The Wayzata City Council approved the adoption of a citywide naming and dedication policy during a regular meeting on Tuesday. The motion for approval passed with council ...

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