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Thank you, Shakopee!!

A little over four years ago, my family, friends and I chose to run for Shakopee Mayor on a platform of promoting economic development, embracing our role as a regional leader and focusing on the future generations of our community. The accomplishments we have made together are astounding. We have created long-lasting partnerships with private […]

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#ShakChat Q&A 2/24/15

Hello and welcome to tonight’s #ShakChat Q&A! We’ll be getting started right around 8 pm right here. During the chat you can ask questions in many ways: Scroll to the bottom of this page and enter your question Text – 952.225.3124 Email – btabke@shakopeemn.gov Twitter – Twitter.com/MayorTabke use Hashtag #ShakChat Facebook – Event Page (needs a Facebook account) You […]

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Boards & Commissions Appreciation Banquet

2015 #Shakopee Boards and Commissions

Boards and Commissions are one of the most important ways that you can get involved in Shakopee government. These have become coveted seats and I want you to fight for one!!! When I first came into office, a goal I had was to elevate the status and importance of our Boards and Commissions. They should be a […]

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Big Links

Good morning! On Sunday, I sent out a big email with a ton of information about what is going on in #Shakopee. I always find it fascinating what gets traction and what doesn’t in those emails. Here are the 10 most clicked items: Shakopee’s new map of current developments. It is awesome!! http://www.shakopeemn.gov/business/current-development MSP Business Journal’s […]

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Shakopee City Administrator Decision

Hello – On December 16, 2014, Shakopee City Council accepted the resignation of City Administrator Mark McNeill on a 3-2 vote. Since that time, this decision has been much-discussed in some circles of Shakopee. I want to apologize. I underestimated the confusion that would follow the decision without the proper context of why it was […]

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