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Archive - 2017

March 30th

City of Plato

City of Plato
City of Plato
The Plato Board of Adjustments has scheduled a public hearing on Monday, April 10, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. at the Plato Fire Hall. The purpose of this meeting is to hear all comments regarding a residential fence installation using a four-foot high open chain link fence in the front yard. Zoning ordinance specifies a three-foot high fence maximum. Property is at 116 2nd Street NE.
/s/ Lloyd Graupmann, Chairman
    Board of Adjustments

McLeod County-Minutes

McLeod County
McLeod County Board of Commissioners Meeting Minutes 3/7/17
Commissioners Nagel, Wright, Pohlmeier and Shimanski were present.
Wright/Pohlmeier motion carried unanimously to approve the agenda as revised.

Notice to Public- Notice of Expiration

Notice to Public
State of Minnesota
County of McLeod
Cindy Schultz Ford
County Auditor-Treasurer

March 29th

Tim Orth Jamboree set for Saturday

Township officials retire

Ag students visit Heartland Corn Products

Vollmer Field is open for business

‘Orth kids’ battling medical issues

There were no signs of trouble when Adele Franco came into the world in the summer of 2012. The 6 pound, 14 ounce girl appeared to be every bit the picture of health that her mother, Vanessa Figueroa, was expecting.
“According to her ultrasounds and everything, everything appeared fine,” Figueroa said.
For the first couple years of her life, Adele’s childhood seemed to be progressing normally. However, as she grew, she began missing developmental milestones. Her lack of progress became a concern by the age of 3.

City of Glencoe to look at WAC, SAC rates after hearing GRHS concerns

Viewing its water availability charge (WAC) and sewer availability charge (SAC) after Glencoe Regional Health Services (GRHS) said it had “sticker shock” after seeing the proposed charges for its nursing home project.
The city of Glencoe’s finance committee, which is comprised of the full city council, met with GRHS officials Wednesday, March 22. As a committee, it can take no action, but can make recommendations to the city council.

GSL junior found House page experience educational, fun

Glencoe-Silver Lake High School junior Aubrey Giesen recently got to see the state Legislature’s work up close and personal. In fact, from just to the side of the Speaker of the House’s podium.
Giesen spent a week as a House of Representatives page in February.
Giesen, who plans to study political science after high school, applied for the page program with the encouragement of high school teacher Tom Schoper. She had to write an essay and submit and application, and is the first page from GSL in several years. The program is open to high school juniors.