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City of Grand Marais
Although discussion of a possible land sale in the city of Grand Marais was not on the city council agenda on Wednesday, February 9, the subject did come up at the meeting during council reports. Councilor Tracy Benson brought up the topic, noting that she had heard from “a couple of...
City Hall building banner - File photo Rhonda Silence
At the last meeting in January, the Grand Marais City Council talked about a possible sale of city land, climate change, and mask mandates. 

The last action at the council meeting was a closed session to “to develop or consider offers or counteroffers for the sale of...
Grand Marais Mayor Jay DeCoux - Submitted photo
The first city council meeting of the year is filled with a lot of routine business, appointments to various boards and commissions for council members and members of the public. The council also selects who will serve as acting mayor if Mayor Jay DeCoux is not available. On January 12, the city...
City Hall building banner - File photo Rhonda Silence
At this week’s meeting of the Grand Marais City Council, there will be a review of the 2020 proposal for the renovation of city hall and the municipal liquor store. The council, which had several discussions that went as far as preliminary drawings developed by LHB Engineers, put all planning...
Grazing goats at the Cedar Grove Business Park in Grand Marais. Submitted photo
A local landscaping and tree removal service in Grand Marais started an experiment on its Cedar Grove Business Park lot in October. Business owner Gary Nesgoda brought four goats owned by a coworker in Hovland to the lot to see how grazing goats could be used to clear vegetation. 
Trucks parked in a gravel pit during a past Highway 61 construction project. File photo Rhonda Silence
Eleven truckers turned up for public comment at the Grand Marais City Council meeting on Wednesday, October 27, sharing their concerns about a possible city ordinance outlawing jake braking through the city. The truckers stressed that these engine brakes are critical safety equipment on their...
City Hall building banner - File photo Rhonda Silence
The Grand Marais City Council met on Wednesday, October 13, and heard from citizens on a variety of issues, from engine braking to ATVs in the city.

Engine brakes or jake braking came up in the public comment period, as a local truck driver, Nathan Carlson talked about the use of...

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City Hall is located at:
15 N Broadway
PO Box 600
Grand Marais, MN  55604
Phone: (218)387-1848
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday
City Administrator:  Mike Roth
Jay Arrowsmith-DeCoux
PO Box 600
Grand Marais, MN  55604
Craig Schulte
Grand Marais, MN  55604
Michael Garry
PO Box 607
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Grand Marais, MN  55604
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