Panoway on Wayzata Bay

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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June 8, 2021

In Case You Missed It: National Recognition for the Section Foreman House

The Wayzata Historical Society, The Wayzata Heritage Preservation Board, The Wayzata Conservancy and the City of Wayzata are celebrating a decade long effort to have the Section Foreman House on the National Register of Historic Places. Congratulations and thank you to everyone who has and will work on this project!

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June 4, 2021

COV cafe, Wayzata Beach Playground approved by council

The Wayzata City Council charged through a busy agenda in its regular meeting on Tuesday, June 1.

The first item of new business was to approve excess reserve transfers. Aurora Yager, administrative services director, explained where excess reserve funds come from, stating they are compiled from the general, licensing and ...

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April 26, 2021

2021 Wayzata Spring Splash scheduled for May 1st

The Wayzata Conservancy, the City of Wayzata and Wayzata Community Ed will be hosting the annual Wayzata Spring Splash on Saturday, May 1st 2021 in downtown Wayzata.

According to Andrew Mullin, Chair of the Wayzata Conservancy, "Spring Splash is an event for kids and families to learn about summer programming ...

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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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Feb. 21, 2021

Barry Avenue Condos shot down, Panoway on Wayzata Bay enters Phase II

The Wayzata Planning Commission recommended denial for a proposal by Doran Companies to develop 19 condos on Barry Avenue on 3 lots owned by Lowell Zitzloff. The Commission cited too much density on the northern two lots, which are presently zoned for single-family and small-scale residential projects.

Panoway Phase II ...

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