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Top state and regional officials will be in Burnsville next Tuesday for the last in a series of town hall meetings on transportation issues.
Minnesota Department of Transportation Commissioner Charlie Zelle and Metropolitan Council Chair Sue Haigh will take part in the session from 4-6 p.m. The south metro session is at Burnsville High School Theatre, 600 East Hwy. 13.
The two will urge more spending on roads and transit in what is billed as “a discussion about transportation, how it affects quality of life, its link to Minnesota’s economy and the importance of investing in this state asset.”
There will be time for public questions and comments, and other state transportation staff will be on hand for questions as well.
More information is at www.mndot.gov/minnesotago/.
Nominate neighbors for holiday lights displays
There are just a couple of days left to nominate the prettiest holiday lights in your Burnsville neighborhood for an award.
Friday is the last day to suggest either single-family dwellings, whole neighborhoods (20 single-family homes or fewer), or townhomes or apartment/condo complexes with outstanding displays. Nominees must be within city limits and visible from the street. Judges are the Burnsville Convention & Visitors Bureau board of directors. The top three entries in each category get a $100 gift card for any use, a $50 gift card to a Burnsville restaurant and passes to the Minnesota Zoo.
To submit a nomination, visit www.Burnsvillemn.com/Winter-Lighting-Contest.cfm or pick up a form at the Burnsville Convention & Visitors Bureau, Burnsville City Hall, Burnsville library, Cornerstone Copy or Jo Jo’s Rise & Wine.
Nominations must include a photo.