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Published on Jun 11, 2009
On May 23, an Apple Valley man was just pulling out of his driveway when he suffered a medical emergency. His vehicle ended up in his neighbors yard. He had no pulse and was not breathing. Thanks to the quick thinking of neighbor, nurse Sharon Sieren, his daughter Lily Schwartz and emergency first responders from the Apple Valley Police and Fire Departments and Allina Transportation, he made it through the ordeal.
Tonight, Allina Transportation as well as the man, William Schwartz, will recognize the heroes of the event at the Apple Valley City Council meeting. The meeting begins at 8 p.m. in City Hall, 7100 W. 147th St., Apple Valley.
Also on the City Council agenda is the second reading of an ordinance amending the citys garbage and recycling policy and a resolution to reauthorize building permits for a senior apartment building in the Central Village near enjoy! restaurant. The Regent senior complex was first approved in 2007 but faced difficulties getting financing.
At a pre-meeting work session beginning at 6 p.m. council members will also discuss the Cedar Avenue corridor, 2008 financial audit, new zones for garbage and recycling pick-up and improvements at Founders Circle in the Central Village.