Tree Services in Chaska
Tree Services in Chaska
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Below is some general information about Chaska:
Chaska is a city in Carver County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 23,770 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Carver County. Chaska’s history reflects the influence of the Native American culture. The first inhabitants are believed to be the Mound Builders, whose ancient communities are marked by mounds in City Square. Later, the Dakota (commonly known as the Sioux) were the primary nation in this region known as the Big Woods. Although the Indian mounds located in Chaska City Square indicate the immediate area was inhabited years before 1769, that’s the year Chaska’s recorded history began. In 1776, Jonathan Carver explored the lands along the Minnesota River and chronicled his journeys. French Canadian fur traders traveled the waterways, trading with the Dakota in the early 19th century. During this time, Jean-Baptiste Faribault established a trading post in Chaska. In 1851, the Treaty of Traverse des Sioux officially opened Little Rapids, as Chaska was then known, to settlement. Soon after, speculators moved into the new territory. Among the earliest was Thomas Andrew Holmes who, in August 1851, claimed a 20-acre clearing as the Chaska townsite.
The name Chaska is derived from a Dakota word often given as a name to the first born male child. Records show that David L. Fuller purchased the Shaska townsite from Holmes in 1852. In 1857, the townsite was platted by the Shaska Company. In the same year, construction began on the original Carver County Courthouse located where the post office and KleinBank now stand in downtown Chaska. Chaska was incorporated as a village in 1871 and, by special legislative charter, as a city in 1891. An abundance of high quality clay led to the start of brick making in 1857. By the 1880s, as a result of the clay resources, Chaska was a thriving brick manufacturing center. Bricks were shipped by boat to Saint Paul and, although the City grew as a result of steamboat trade, it was not until the Minneapolis and St. Louis Railway was built through town in 1873 that rapid expansion began. With the advent of the 20th century came other industries, including the processing of beet sugar and other agricultural products; flour making, butter making, the canning of peas, corn, and tomatoes, and the curing of sauerkraut and pickles. National polls named Chaska the eighth-best city in the United States in 2007 and 20th best in 2009.
Since 2003, the city government has operated a high-speed internet service for residents, businesses, and government entities. Chaska is the home of numerous industrial and manufacturing concerns. Among them are TPI Specialties, Update Ltd, Wigen Water Technologies, Beckman Coulter and Hartman Homes. Chaska has also been the birthplace of several well known products and companies, including Softsoap and NordicTrack. Chaska is located in Minnesota’s 2nd congressional district, represented by John Kline, a Republican, scoring 2.8% progressive on a range of issues and 88% conservative based on 2006 House votes.
Children attend District 112 with elementary schools being Jonathan Elementary, Clover Ridge Elementary, and Chaska Elementary. Middle schools endorsed by District 112 are Pioneer Ridge Middle School, and Chaska Middle School East and Chaska Middle School West. Chaska High School is one of the city’s two high schools.The other is Southwest Christian High School which is a private high school. Several private institutions are in town including St. John’s Lutheran Church and School, and Guardian Angels Catholic School located in the downtown area.
In the 1996 film Fargo, written by Minnesota’s own Joel and Ethan Coen, Chaska was featured in two of the supporting characters, real life Tony Denman a Chanhassen native attended Chaska High School, and a young prostitute who claimed not only to have serviced Carl Showalter, but also to be from Chaska, Minnesota. Chaska was also featured in the film Drop Dead Gorgeous. The scene in the furniture store takes place at the old Schniedermen’s Furniture store in downtown Chaska. The building has since become a Fitness Center. Johnny Cash references Chaska in his popular song I’ve Been Everywhere as a place he’s visited.
Source: Chaska on Wikipedia