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Alexandria City Council
Regular Meeting
Monday, July 11

Where: The Mayor and City Council may participate in the City Council meeting remotely via telephone or video. Members of the public may participate via phone or other electronic means. Find more information at and click on the meeting date to display the link. If you wish to provide input to city staff and/or elected officials on matters before the City Council, please email

7 p.m. Pledge of Allegiance, moment of silence, approve agenda. Consent agenda: Approve minutes for June 22 city council meeting, approve minutes for June 22 special city council meeting, pay June bills

7:05 p.m. Licenses

A. Mobile food truck – Blowin’ Smoke LLC doing business as Blowin’ Smoke BBQ & Catering


B. Temporary on-sale liquor license – BPOE Lodge 1685 doing business as Alexandria Elks Lodge 1685

7:10 p.m. Coalition of Greater Minnesota Cities update – Elizabeth Wefel

7:20 p.m. Resolutions and ordinances

A. Resolution appointing election judges

7:25 p.m. City Engineer Tim Schoonhoven

A. Highway Committee report

7:30 p.m. City attorney’s items of business

A. 18th Avenue eminent domain update


7:35 p.m. City administrator’s items of business

7:40 p.m. Old and other business

7:50 p.m. Adjournment

Note: The Alexandria City Council will convene a special City Council meeting at 4:30 p.m. to discuss the following items: Engineering/Street Department 2023 budget, 18th Avenue engineering agreement, Runestone Community Center expansion, American Rescue Plan Act priorities, and City Hall Broadway landscaping

Special note: Members of the public have the right to participate in the meeting by phone or other electronic means. To participate remotely via video, please go to our website, and click on the meeting date to display the link.

The above items are scheduled as of Wednesday, July 6, and are subject to change.

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