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Faribault Board Members Want Feedback

Sara Caron, in her first year on Faribault City Council, Janna Viscomi in her 8th year, were guests of today’s KDHL AM Minnesota program.

We have covered various topics. Both women said they enjoyed the job. Viscomi said she was inclined not to run again next year due to the belief that two terms were probably enough.

Both said they would like a more positive contribution from people. This doesn’t mean that people can’t complain about something, but you can complain in a constructive way.

Caron ran because of his disgust for what was going on or maybe better not to happen. One of her saddest days was losing Johnston Hall to the wrecking ball.

She grew up on the east side of Faribault. Viscomi hopes the large area near the viaduct can become a gathering place for concerts and community events. Caron agreed that it would be great to have outdoor concerts there.

I suggested the Hammond Anderson park name for the area and saw that Google Maps took the suggestion and turned it into reality.

Google Maps identified my suggested park name. Screenshot by Gordy Kosfeld

We talked about the biggest challenges the city is currently facing.

Viscomi said communities all around Faribault marvel at how Faribault was able to have several apartment complexes built in a relatively short period of time.

The new Fleckenstein Bluffs Park runs smoothly between Trail’s Edge and the new apartments where the city’s old public works building was located.

You can listen to the AM Minnesota program podcast below.

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