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We will meet the basic needs of our city with cost effective quality services, will facilitate healthy growth, and will prepare for the long-term development of our community. Dale has been married for over twenty years to his wife Misty and they have three children.

Dale is employed by I. He also continues to teach part of the day. He has also coached and advised youth and high school sports and activities for 30 years. Dale enjoys spending time with his family, sporting and musical events, and being involved in the community. Dale has been married 37 years to his wife Gayle and they have two grown children, Kirk and Kyle. Dale is an avid sports fan and golfer and enjoys spending time with his family and friends going out to eat and movies.

The City of Grand Rapids will be able to future generations, maintain our ability to choose our own destiny, and recognize partnership opportunities with our greater community. Home. Monday, 2 August, N. Interactive Public Maps. City Council. Councilor Christy. Councilor Adams. Prior to that, Tasha worked in Colorado's 17th Judicial District where responsibilities included assisting deputy district attorneys, law enforcement, and judicial staff with the management of victims and witnesses in single court division cases.

Tasha and Women seeking women 55744 family are members of the Community Presbyterian Church. Tasha and her husband, Dan, have been married for 15 years, and together they have two sons.


Her favorite pastime is spending time anywhere outdoors with her husband and sons. Rick was born, raised, and has spent most of his adult life in Grand Rapids. Before retiring from Blandin Paper Company in August ofRick was responsible for managing a million dollar budget while supervising a multi-craft work crew.

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He owns a small electrical contracting business and teaches part time at Itasca Community College. Rick has experience working in the taconite industry as an IBEW union construction electrician and as an electrical engineer. Rick continues several generations of Blake family involvement in community affairs. Housing is a focus for Rick. Rick, his grandparents, parents, and one of his children have been business owners in Grand Rapids. Rick knows how lucky we are to be able to live in Grand Rapids, and wants to do what he can to help keep it a great place to live, work, and raise a family.

She is a 4th generation Itasca County resident and has deep roots in the area with family in Grand Rapids, Coleraine, and Cohasset. A graduate of Concordia College, Moorhead, Michelle has a bachelor of arts degree, magna cum laude, in political science and history. She is currently employed with BlueCross BlueShield, and has worked in the healthcare industry for the past 7 years.

Past experience includes volunteering for various campaign and issues at different levels of government, and as a member of the Grand Rapids Planning Commission. She is a graduate of the Wellstone Action leadership training, Women seeking women 55744 was chosen to take part in the Itasca County Energy Dialogue hosted by the Jefferson Center. Areas of focus for her include housing, childcare, and jobs and economic development. She wants to make sure Grand Rapids is a great place to work and raise a family for everyone.

Michelle loves spending time with her family, exploring all of the outdoor recreational activities Grand Rapids has to offer, attending community and music events, and enjoying the active local arts scene. She likes to read, write, play board games, and go to trivia nights.

Vision Statement The City of Grand Rapids will be able to future generations, maintain our ability to choose our own destiny, and recognize partnership opportunities with our greater community. City Goals and Policy Resolution To maintain and enhance financial stability:. That the City will develop and maintain operating policies that will secure financial stability for all city funds.

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To maintain and improve the City's infrastructure:. That the City will establish criteria and adopt and maintain an infrastructure plan as a part of the City's Capital Improvement Plan. To maintain and improve the City's physical assets:. That the City will establish criteria and adopt and maintain a Capital Improvement Plan. To maintain and improve public and internal communication:. That the City shall work toward a process of on-going communication with the public.

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To provide for effective and fair City administration:. That the City will provide an on-going staff support system to enhance quality service. To protect our environment and natural resources:. That the City will be aware of future generations when policies are set which will affect the environment and natural resources. To provide for community recreational and cultural needs:. That the City shall provide programs and facilities that will help meet the recreational and cultural needs of the community.

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To improve public safety:. That the City will initiate policies, programs and infrastructure changes that will improve public safety. To be a vital and growing community:. That the City will be pro-active in economic development and community planning. To work cooperatively with other governments and organizations:.

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That the City will initiate and participate in cooperative efforts with other governments and community organizations. Cell phone: Councilor Christy. Councilor - Dale Adams. Home Phone: Councilor Adams. Councilor - Tasha Connelly. Councilor Connelly. Councilor - Rick Blake. Councilor Blake. Councilor - Michelle Toven. Councilor Toven.

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