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Last week “Our Town’s Story—Golden Valley,” a documentary produced by CCX Media through a partnership with the Golden Valley Historical Society (GVHS), debuted online and on local cable television. For residents who didn’t watch the premiere or for those looking to watch again, the film can be replayed online on the CCX Media and City websites and Facebook. Read More

The City of Golden Valley’s second Building An Equitable Golden Valley virtual forum will focus on voter access. It will be held Oct 8, 6–7:30 pm, via Cisco Webex and will be broadcast on CCX Channel 16 and streamed on ccxmedia.org and the City’s Facebook page. Residents and community members are encouraged to tune in and participate via Facebook or phone.

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The City of Golden Valley is conducting a study to better understand and plan for its long-term building needs and to determine how they can best serve the community while maximizing opportunities for a future downtown Golden Valley. To help with the study, the city is looking for residents to serve on a task force to provide insight and feedback to the facilities study discussion. Read More

The City of Golden Valley is no longer accepting applications for election judges for the Nov 3 general election due to the high volume of applications already received. Read More

The Golden Valley Business Council’s next meeting will be Sept 24, 8:30 am via Zoom. Read More

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