This week has a lot in store: a community open house for a new assisted-living facility in Fulton, the city adopts its budget, Santa comes to Kingfield, plus the thrilling conclusion to Patch's crowd-sourced holiday novella!
What: Open House For Proposed Senior Housing
When: 7 p.m. Wed., Dec. 14, at the recreation center.
Why We'll Be There: Talk about a study in contrasts. , unlike the other big development project in Southwest, has had fairly smooth sailing so far and received some neighborhood support. Now that the developer has filed plans with the city, residents will get a look at the final, 90-unit design during a Fulton Neighborhood Association board meeting.
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When: 6:05 p.m. Wed., Dec. 14, in the City Council chambers at City Hall.
Why We'll Be Paying Attention: With no property rate tax hike this year, the city's budget process has been pretty calm so far. Still, the City Council wants to hear what you think of the budget, the flat property tax rates and the hikes in water and sewer rates. Look for our story on the issue Wednesday morning.
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What: Santa Claus Comes To Curran's!
When: 5 to 8 p.m. Tues., Dec. 13, at in Kingfield
What's Up: Bring your kids on down for a cute time at one of Southwest's oldest restaurants.
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What: The Thrilling Conclusion to !
When: Fri., Dec. 16
What's Up: Learn what happens to our hero, heroine and the Mall of America!