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Teresa Jensen will soon be in control of all Northfield’s information. Can we hurry up and find her a decent house?

Lynne Young, Teresa JensenI pretended to be a City of Northfield official this afternoon and attended a reception for Teresa Jensen, Northfield’s new Library/IT Director. Approval of her hiring is on the agenda for Tuesday night’s Council meeting.

I’m not exactly sure when current Library Director Lynne Young retires and when Teresa starts but I hope it’s not on April Fool’s Day. And hopefully, Pastor Will Healey will pay off his library fines before Teresa starts.

For more on Teresa’s hiring, see last week’s Northfield New article: City administrator appoints Northfield’s director of library, IT.

And if you know of a house for sale in Northfield that’s a comfortable walk/bike ride to the library, add a comment here and I’ll make sure Teresa sees it. She needs one.

7 thoughts on “Teresa Jensen will soon be in control of all Northfield’s information. Can we hurry up and find her a decent house?”

  1. Thanks, Bill; it looks like a lovely home, but my home search is limited to Northfield city limits.
    Thanks, too, Griff, for the Nevada house links– I will check out in person when I arrive in May!

    1. Hello Teresa, I’m a Realtor with Edina Realty based in Northfield. If there’s anything I can do to help, please let me know. My office number is 507-645-1179.

  2. Griff –
    As a Realtor I am glad to see you helping promote homes for sale within the Northfield community. However, I think it is prudent to advance the local realty websites such as http://www.coldwellbankernorthfield.com vs the one you mention in your posting. By linking to a local real estate site, buyers and sellers will be sure to work with a local Realtor who knows the local market.
    Cheers,
    Arlen

    1. Arlen, I actually didn’t mention or link to a realtor in my blog post or comments. I just linked to the MLS listing for the two houses I spotted on Nevada.

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