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September 10th, 2014

Cripps new full-time officer in Silver Lake

 

SL pool, parks receive $5,700 from Twins grant program

The refurbished seats and new dugouts at the Silver Lake Lions softball field are proof that volunteerism and community spirit are alive and well in Silver Lake. 

Foreclosure - Halloff

NOTICE OF MORTGAGE 
FORECLOSURE SALE
THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That default has occurred in the conditions of the following described mortgage:
DATE OF MORTGAGE: November 20, 2003
ORIGINAL PRINICIPAL AMOUNT OF MORTGAGE: $132,460.00

Foreclosure - Salas

14-096540
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE 
FORECLOSURE SALE
THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that default has occurred in the conditions of the following described mortgage:
DATE OF MORTGAGE: June 12, 2007

Notice of Sale - Rannow

STATE OF MINNESOTA
COUNTY OF MCLEOD
DISTRICT COURT
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Contract/foreclosure
Court File No. 43-CV-14-556
MidCountry Bank, f/k/a First Federal fsb,
     Plaintiff,
v.
Brenda L. Rannow, XYZ Corporation,

Summons - Cardinal

STATE OF MINNESOTA
County of MCLEOD
DISTRICT COURT
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT
CASE TYPE: CIVIL-
QUIET TITLE
Court File No. 43 -CV-14-1291
Jesse J. Cardinal and 
Angela M. Cardinal
          Plaintiffs,
vs

Brownton City Council adopts social host ordinance on 3-2 vote

The Brownton City Council passed a social host ordinance on a 3-2 vote at its Sept. 2 meeting.
The ordinance is similar to one adopted in Glencoe, said Police Chief Ken Bauer. McLeod County also has a similar ordinance, Bauer said, but its jurisdiction doesn’t extend into the city limits.
The ordinance had been proposed at the Brownton City Council’s August meeting and had been tabled until September so that Council members could review the language.

Stewart Council again expresses dissatisfaction with 2012 project

The Stewart City Council continued Monday night to express dissatisfaction with the quality of work on its 2012-13 street and utility improvement project.
Mayor Jason Peirce launched the issue as the City Council considered pay requests for the project.
Peirce said the project is still not completely finished, and the City Council has set more than one deadline and is still getting requests for extensions on the project.
“Maybe we should pay them the way the do their work,” commented Peirce.

Brownton looks to reconstruct failing storm sewers in 2016

The city of Brownton will not deviate from its plan to begin replacing and repairing storm sewer in 2016, the City Council decided by concensus at its Sept. 2 meeting.
At its August meeting, the Council heard from its maintenance department that about six blocks of storm sewer either had collapsed or was nearing collapse, and had asked its city engineer to review the issue.
John Rodeberg of Short Elliott Hendrickson (SEH), Inc., said Sept. 2 that the storm sewer is, indeed, “in really, really bad shape.”

Landlords ask Stewart City Council to relax its rental inspection ordinance

Landlords in Stewart pleaded with the Stewart City Council Sept. 3 to relax its rental inspection ordinance.
The City Council held a public hearing that evening on changes it already is proposing for its ordinance after hearing earlier complaints.
Landlords Keith and Debra Lorensen said they are unhappy with being asked to replace windows that they replaced just three or four years ago.
A requirement of the rental ordinance is that egress windows “must have a minimum net clearing of five square feet” to allow escape in case of an emergency.