Join Us for ERJPB Meetings

East Range Joint Powers Board meetings take place at 9 a.m. on the fourth Tuesday of each month. Community members are welcome!   You can attend meetings in person at Aurora City Hall or virtually via Zoom at this link.   Meeting dates and times are posted in advance on erjpb.com. The next meetings will be:   October 25 – more info here  November 22 – more info here  December 27 – more info here  At the meetings, [...]

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Interactive Trail Maps Trace the Range and Result in Route Changes

A two-year project in coordination with a $13,270 culture and tourism grant from Iron Range Resources & Rehabilitation has resulted in interactive trail maps now available online and in print copies at locations across the Iron Range. The process of creating the maps also involved an analysis of trail systems and led to updates to trail signage across the East Range.   The maps trace the East Range’s robust trail networks for snowmobiling, off-highway vehicles [...]

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Iron Range Resources & Rehabilitation Residential Redevelopment Grants

Residential redevelopment grants are available through the Iron Range Resources & Rehabilitation for eliminating blight, improving property maintenance, promoting health and safety, or encouraging economic development.   In fiscal year 2022, the grant program funded the demolition of 44 structures in eight communities.  The agency’s Residential Redevelopment program provides funding to demolish dilapidated residential structures and blight within the agency’s service area to pave the way for a cleaner, healthier environment, more attractive communities and new [...]

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Featured Business: CTC

With offices in Brainerd, Baxter, Crosby, and Mountain Iron, CTC is a member-owned cooperative that provides reliable, high-speed internet for Iron Range businesses of all sizes.   In collaboration with Northeast Service Cooperative (NESC), located in Mountain Iron, CTC can utilize fiber to provide broadband connections. CTC can also provide hosted phones, local phone service, PRI and T1 circuits, and more connectivity solutions.   CTC has been serving rural areas since 1950. The company started in Brainerd [...]

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