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April 22nd, 2015

Budget cuts hurt women, children most

To the Editor:
Have a shirt that says on its front, “When we say women and children first we’re not talking about budget cuts.” It seems that the party that controls the House in Congress has forgotten that reasonable people do not appreciate cuts that threaten the “safety net” of 98 percent of the population (Medicare and Social Security).

City approves change order on project

Even before the Lincoln Park street reconstruction project in Glencoe got under way, it has increased in price.
Monday night, the Glencoe City Council approved a $15,493 change order that increased the cost of the project to $5.868 million, but it won’t cost homeowners any additional money in assessments, according to Justin Black, city engineering consultant with Short Elliott Hendrickson (SEH). He said the funds could come from the project’s contingency fund, which is built into the contract.

Open house; dates set to start one-sort recycling

On Wednesday, April 22, Earth Day (today), McLeod County is hosting a public open house from noon to 6 p.m. at its Solid Waste and Materials Recovery Facility in Hutchinson.
This open house will offer tours, refreshments, and the chance to register for some prizes. It will be an opportunity for the public to ask questions and see the new equipment, which will change the recycling program from a multi-sort to a single-sort collection system.
The new recycling carts will be distributed starting on May 4. The following distribution schedule has been established:

County Board turns down request for new position

McLeod County commissioners voted not to hire a part-time deputy emergency management director at this time at the meeting on Tuesday, April 21.
The personnel committee could not come up with a recommendation so it asked Kevin Mathews, county emergency management director, to present information regarding the request.

Permits, fees waived for Glencoe Days

The Glencoe City Council waived a number of Glencoe Days permits and fees at Monday night’s meeting after Glencoe Days spokesman Jon Van Damme made a brief presentation.
Van Damme said Glencoe Days will return to its old format after last year’s flooding washed out the June event. An abbreviated version was held in conjunction with Heat in the Street last July.

Glencoe man hurt in rollover near Gaylord

Byron Johnson, 64, of Glencoe, was injured in a one-vehicle rollover aboutthree miles northeast of Gaylord Friday, April 17, at about 7:40 a.m.
According to the Sibley County Sheriff’s Office, Johnson was driving a 2003 Ford Explorer northbound on 441st Avenue (County Road 13) and entered the ditch at 246th Street. The vehicle hit a field approach and rolled.
Johnson was taken by ambulance to Glencoe Regional Health Services, where he was stabilized and then taken to Hennepin County Medical Center, where he was treated for his injuries and released.

Foreclosure - Ingeman

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: March 26, 2012

Probate - Alsleben

STATE OF MINNESOTA
COUNTY OF McLEOD
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT
DISTRICT COURT
Court File Number: 43-PR-15-567
In Re: Estate of
   Lorene L. Alsleben
          Decedent
NOTICE OF AND ORDER FOR

Foreclosure - Senske

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: August 21, 2004

GSL musicians earn superior, excellent ratings at state/region

On April 11, 84 members of the Glencoe-Silver Lake High School (GSL) bands and choirs participated in the state-section solo/ensemble contest at Minnesota State University, Mankato. This contest is sponsored by the Minnesota State High School League and allows students to perform instrumental and vocal solos and small ensembles before a certified adjudicator.
Band soloists receiving the highest rating of “superior” include: