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What the people of Northfield should know this week.

What the people of Northfield should know this week.
What the people of Northfield should know this week.
What do the people of Northfield need to know this week? Find out below.

As 2013 winds down, so do the terms of several members of various city boards and commissions. 

Those interested in participating on a board or committee are now welcome to submit applications for consideration, according to the city's website:

The application review process will begin in early December. Applications may be turned in throughout the year, however those wanting to be considered for openings at the beginning of 2014 should submit applications no later than Friday, December 13, 2013.

Additional information and applications can be found on the Boards & Commissions pages, in the Administration Office, City Hall, 801 Washington Street, Northfield, MN 55057, at the Northfield Public Library, or by calling Deb Little, City Clerk at 507-645-3001, or via e-mail at Deb.Little@ci.northfield.mn.us.

To see all of the city's commissions and boards, go to ci.northfield.mn.us/index.aspx?NID=98.

Other things people should know this week are:

The Northfield City Council will meet for its first regular meeting of December at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 3 at city hall. Among the items on the agenda are actions related to the proposed TIGER Trail. See the full agenda here.

The Mayor's Youth Council will meet from 7:30-8:45 a.m. Wednesday on Room H108 at Northfield High School.

Tips from the Rice County Attorney's Office on avoiding holiday scams can be seen on Northfield Patch's Speak Out Board.

Is there something else people should know? Add the information in the comments section of this article, as ablog post, to one of our boards, or to the Patch community calendar.

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