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Archive - Mar 2018

Date

March 29th

City of Glencoe- Council Meeting

City of Glencoe

GLENCOE CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2018
7:00 P.M.
Mayor Wilson called the regular meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. with the following members present: Neid, Schrupp, Robeck and Alexander. Member Ziemer was absent. Also present: City Administrator Mark Larson, City Attorney Mark Ostlund, Public Works Directors Schreifels and Voigt. Finance Director Trippel and Police Chief Raiter.
Motion to approve consent agenda as presented entered by Councilor Alexander and seconded by Councilor Neid. All members present voted in favor.

GSL School Board- Meeting

Glencoe-Silver Lake School Board
SCHOOL BOARD MEETING
INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT #2895
PLACE: GSL Schools Community Room #443/444
DATE March 12, 2018
TIME: 7:00 p.m.

March 28th

Suicide and mental health focus of event

We heard it again just today on the emergency services scanner we keep in our office — officers and medical personnel were summoned for a potentially suicidal person.
Those type of calls seem to come more frequently these days; we hear them on the scanner and we read about them in the police and sheriff’s office reports. Is it really a growing problem? Or are people finally overcoming the stigma associated with mental health issues to reach out for help — either for themselves or for their loved ones?

Congress tanks — but does it care?

By Lee H. Hamilton
We’re at a watershed moment in American political history. Our Congress — I’m talking about the people’s body, the institution created by our founders, and not just the men and women who currently inhabit it — is in deep trouble. And no one seems to be offering hope.

Chamber to spotlight platinum members monthly

To the Editor:
The Glencoe Area Chamber of Commerce would like to thank our local businesses who continually support our efforts to create a vibrant business community in Glencoe.
In an effort to recognize our members and promote the Glencoe business community, we are introducing a new piece to be featured in The McLeod County Chronicle each month: The Glencoe Area Chamber Member Spotlight. Each month, you can look forward to learning a little more about some of the Chamber’s Platinum members.
A special thank you to The McLeod County Chronicle for sponsoring this initiative.

School building project $1.39 million over budget

At a Glencoe-Silver Lake School Board budget work session Monday night, Business Manager Michelle Sander announced a $1.39 million debt owed to Architects Rego Youngquist (ARY), Donlar Construction and subcontractors in relation to the school district’s recent building project.

Glencoe Wine & Spirits trying new marketing, finance committee hears

Glencoe Wine and Spirits Store Manager Jon VanDamme joined the ciyt of Glencoe’s Finance and Strategic Planning Committee on Monday to update and review the progress of the liquor store.

‘Stories of Hope & Healing’ set for April 8 in Hutchinson

“Stories of Hope & Healing,” a suicide and mental health awareness public event, is set for Sunday, April 8, at 6:30 p.m., at the Hutchinson Event Center, 1005 Highway 15 S, Hutchinson.
The event is free, open to the public, and no registration is required.
The event will feature two international speakers.
Kevin Hines is a Golden Gate Bridge suicide attempt survivor, storyteller and activist. Hines is one of very few to survive the fall from the bridge and is spreading the message of living mentally healthy around the world.

County Board approves permit for solar garden near Winsted

The McLeod County Board of Commissioners approved a conditional use permit for ReneSola Power Holdings, LLC, to install a 3-megawatt solar garden on property owned by Patricia Karels in Winsted Township.

GSL bands, choirs give superior performances at large group contest

On Wednesday, March 14, four music ensembles from Glencoe-Silver Lake High School participated in the state-section large group contest at Comfrey High School. These ensembles are under the direction of Peter Gepson, band, and Kay Wilson, choir.