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• Be a Minnesota resident for at least 20 days.

• Be unrelated to another election judge in the same precinct who works at the same time.

You may not be a candidate on the ballot at that location or closely related to one.

The city is encouraging residents who are bilingual in Somali, Spanish or Russian to apply.

Judges will dedicate two to three hours for training, and 15 to 17 hours on election day. With advance notice, employers must allow workers time off to serve as election judges.

An application and skills test must be completed by Sept. 12. Both are available online.

For more information, contact Megan McNeal, Deputy City Clerk, at 952-895-4468 or megan.mcneal@ci.burnsville.mn.us

Prior Lake

‘Autumn gathering’ is in October

A free autumn gathering is coming up in October in Prior Lake.

Family fun includes music, horse-drawn wagon rides, crafts, kettle corn, cider, hot chocolate, music, pony rides, and inflatables.

The gathering is on Oct. 11 from 1-3 p.m. at Lakefront Park, 5000 Kop Pkwy.

south metro

Archery, canoeing offered at parks

Lessons on archery, canoeing and paddle boarding are coming up at regional parks across the south metro in early September.

Here are the details:

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