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By then, the closest Dakota to Minneapolis lived at the residence of Gideon Pond. With rising population came conflict among citizens over social issues. Among the major issues during this period were parents' unwillingness to dissolve the individual schools for a larger, consolidated school, and the fear of mounting taxes. Bythere were already six rural schools spread throughout the territory with over students enrolled in grades first through eighth.
Bythe school consolidation issue had been settled. That year voters approved the consolidation of the schools and a year later secondary education and school bus transportation began throughout the city.
Telephone service and automobiles appeared.
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During the s the city's development vision was low-costlow-density housing, each with its own well and septic system. The rapid growth in population was in part due to the post-World War II boom and subsequent birth of the baby boomer generation. The s saw a considerable expansion of the city and its infrastructure, with the city shifting away from its small-town atmosphere and feel. Inbecause of the increasing population, the first elementary school, Cedarcrest, was built. It was evident that one consolidated school could no longer serve the growing population, and ten new schools would be built in this decade as the school system expanded to meet the needs of the citizens.
Inthe first large business Toro Manufacturing Companymoved to Bloomington. The significance of this can be seen in Bloomington today, which is home to hundreds of businesses of all types.
InBloomington changed from a township to a village form of government. This more professional approach to government was accompanied by open council meetings, land use plans, and published budgets.
Inthe city changed from a village government to a council-manager form. One of the first policies adopted by the council was the encouragement of commercial and industrial development, low-cost housing, and shopping centers.
Due to the rapid population increase during this time, police and fire departments changed to a hour dispatching system, and the fire department now made up of 46 members converted a garage into the second fire station. On November 8,Bloomington officially became a city as voters approved the city's organizing document, the City Charter. The city charter provides for a Council-Manager form of government in which the city council exercises the legislative power of the city and determines all city policies see City of Bloomington Government.
Ina second high school was built, John F.
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Ina second and third official fire station were approved and built to more effectively combat fires in the increasingly large city. InNormandale State Junior College opened with an initial enrollment of 1, students. Init changed to its present name, Normandale Community Collegeto reflect expanded courses of study.
Owned by the City of Minneapolis but located in Bloomington, major league teams played at the Metropolitan Stadium from until This course has a few rolling hills, a couple of them coming late in the race so they will feel plenty challenging — total elevation gain for the 4 miles is about feet. Remember when you were young and the summer days were hot, relaxing and seemingly endless? Well, as adults we still get that but usually only on weekends and holidays… until now.
Hyland 4MI 8/1 | Endless Summer Trail Run Series (ESTRS)
Whether you are a seasoned trail or road racer, first time trail-racer, need a tune-up for your next race, need to get in some speed-work or just want to have some pizza, pop and beer with us at the finish — running one or all of the races in the series is for you.
Entry fees are not refundable under any circumstance, race registrations are not transferable to other participants, other ESTRS races, future years races or other Rocksteady Running events. Please consider these factors very carefully before registering. You can pickup your number starting at 5: If you are over 21 and would like to have a beer after, please bring your ID to check-in and you will be given a wrist-band.
Due to rush hour, we strongly encourage you to leave work or wherever you are coming from early so as not to arrive late to the race — those who arrive after the start of the race will not be issued a number or timed but are welcome to go out and run on their own and not cross the finish line and join us after for food and refreshments!
Be sure to carry water if you feel you will need it, for races over 5KM we will have a water stop around the half way point.
We expect that you will use your personal judgement in deciding if it is too hot for you to run. The race will be held rain or shine — however, severe weather is a different story. If severe weather were to persist after a reasonable amount of time we would call off the event. You must wear your race number and it must be clearly visible on the front of your body at all times.