Economic Development Authority
The Economic Development Authority (EDA) is a public corporation empowered to undertake certain types of economic development projects. The EDA is the economic development arm of the City Council and handles all types of city economic development projects. Projects may include such activities as acquiring, developing, improving, and disposing of property, entering into contracts, and operating and maintaining public affairs.
The EDA meetings are the third Monday of each month at 5:30 p.m. The EDA is comprised of four council members and three citizens. The length of term for the council members coincides with the term of office for council. The length of term for citizen members is six years.
Current Economic Development Authority
Dan Tveite - President
Phone: 763.670.2901 • Term Expires: 12/31/18
Phone: 763.221.2296 • Term Expires: 12/31/20
Phone: 763.300.2794 • Term Expires: 12/31/22
Phone: 612.741.1619 • Term Expires: 12/31/18
Phone: 763.238.7495 • Term Expires: 12/31/22
Phone: 763.241.0769 • Term Expires: 12/31/20
Phone: 612.669.0217 • Term Expires: 12/31/23
Joint Finance Committee
The Joint Finance Committee provides the EDA with a technical and politically neutral analysis of applications including microloan, tax abatement, and tax increment financing applications. They meet on the last Tuesday of the month. Other committees identified in the Bylaws include Marketing, Prospecting, and Research and Development are not established subcommittees.
The Finance Committee consists of nine (9) members: two (2) EDA members and at large members representing various constituencies, including banking, real estate, law, and the general community. Current members are:
- EDA: Dan Tveite
- EDA: Bryan Provo
- HRA: Michelle Eder
- HRA: Larry Toth
- Banking: Nate Ovall
- Banking: Chad Vitzthum
- Banking: Nate Ovall
- Legal: Rhonda J. Magnussen
- Real Estate: Ryan Hardin
- At Large: Jim Gromberg
The City Beautification Committee serves to recognize business owners who have made an effort to clean, repair, improve, and enhance the overall aesthetics of their property to maintain the beauty of their neighborhood. This committee encourages community improvements while enhancing our city’s visual image and economic vitality. They meet on a monthly basis from April through October, generally during the morning.
The Beautification Committee consists of five members, three members at large, one member representing the Sherburne County Master Gardeners Club, and one member representing the Chamber.
- At Large: Rhonda Magnussen, Local Business Owner
- At Large: Tamara Ackerman, Local Business Owner
- At Large: DJ Bakken, Local Business Owner
- Sherburne County Master Gardeners Club: Ann McCormick
- Chamber Member/Representative: Ryan Hardin, Realtor