Crosby Mayor-elect Jim Hunter talks about plans going into office
By Paul Vold email@example.com (11/24/20)
(Crosby, MN) — Crosby Mayor-elect Jim Hunter spoke about what he has planned once he takes office again after winning the 2020 General Election coming off a long, arduous legal battle that resulted in him resigning his seat back in 2016.
Hunter talked about his immediate concerns centering around COVID-19 and the Highway 210 construction project in Crosby.
Hunter also wants to re-establish open lines of communication with Crosby residents when he goes back into office.
The City of Crosby is also looking up at possible changes and new businesses.
Hunter would also like to see more information for Crosby businesses about COVID-19 Aid from the Council.
Jim Hunter will take office in January where he will serve a 4-year term at Mayor of Crosby. Hunter also talked about his relationship with the Council, economic hopes for Crosby, and much more with our full conversation here: