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The city of Long Lake, Minnesota is a small town west of the Twin Cities metro area. With a population of a little over 1,800 residents, Long Lake offers its residents a close-knit community that benefits from a myriad of amenities. Its close location to the nearby Lake Minnetonka communities also factors into the atmosphere… Read more »

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The city of Long Lake, Minnesota is a smaller western city in the Twin Cities metro. It features a number of parks and trails that are available to the public. It is the nice combination of active and passive outdoor recreational options that truly make Long Lake’s park system shine. Some of the most notable… Read more »

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Long Long, Minnesota was first inhabited by settlers in 1855. The group that settled the area were of Nova Scotian descent, and decided to establish the small community near the large lake known today as Lake Minnetonka. The early settlers had a unique relationship with the nearby Native american tribes of the Dakota and Chippewa… Read more »

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The city of Long Lake’s schools are located in school district 278, are a collection of schools that the locals call, “small in size, but big in achievement”. The schools are of important value to the city and the residents of Long Lake support them each year. The Orono School district has 5 public schools… Read more »

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Sunfish Lake, Minnesota is situated in Independent School District 197. All or some parts of Eagan, Inver Grove Heights, Mendota, Mendota Heights, Sunfish Lake, Lilydale, and West St. Paul are served by the West St. Paul-Mendota Heights-Eagan School District. The close-knit community of schools seeks promote an environment that: instills in each student a lifelong… Read more »

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