Winter parking enforcement

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Big Lake Police Dept.
Chief Joel D. Scharf

 

Winter will soon be upon us….members of the Big Lake Police Department will begin taking enforcement action on the City of Big Lake Winter Parking Restrictions November 1.  Having vehicles removed from the roadways in accordance with the ordinance allows Public Works to effectively maintain our roadways as winter conditions change and begin to develop.
Big Lake City Ordinance requires that no vehicle be parked on a public roadway from November 1 to April 15, between the hours of 12:00 a.m. and 08:00 a.m.  Vehicles must also be removed from roadways when a snowfall of 2” of more occurs, until the roadways have been cleared.
For more information on parking regulations in the City of Big Lake, please visit:  www.biglakepolice.com, or if any questions arise regarding s citation that is issued, please call the Big Lake Police Department at 763-263-2500.  
 

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NEW BIG LAKE BOUTIQUE OWNERS are Beth Koch, Shanna Romsdahl and Aadra Mielke.

FROM HOLLYHOCK FARM near Becker, Teresa Kukowski and her alpaca Francine have beautiful eyes and make beautiful garments from alpaca wool.

(L to R) Michelle Garcia and Steve Karel, two of the newest faces at the Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge, are looking forward to the opening of the Oak Savanna Learning Center in October. (Photo by Aleah Stenberg)

VERY KNOWLEDGEABLE Big Lake’s Knowledge Bowl Team made their very first trip to state last week and came home with sixth place medals. Team members are (from the left), Jake Dickinson, Jack Flicker, Peter Wallace, Tim Poffenberger and Jacob Block. The team is coached by Teacher Angela McCormack. (Submitted photo).