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Karin Ramige

10/18/2017 - 12:00am
The Silver Lake City Council continued to review its 2018 fee schedule Monday. City Clerk Jon Jerabek told the council he had contacted the ambulance billing service to obtain a comparison of fees for ambulance services and worked with the city’s ambulance chief. Fees for basic life support ranged from $500 in Jackson to nearly $1,700 in Cottage Grove. Mileage charges ranged from $11 to $31. The...
06/21/2017 - 8:52am
The Silver Lake City Council learned Monday that the search for a new city clerk had been narrowed to two candidates. The city received 11 applications for the position, which has been held by Kerry Venier for the last 15 years. Venier has accepted a position with the city of Duluth. His last day with the city was Friday, June 16. The hiring...
05/31/2017 - 8:13am
The Silver Lake City Council had two items on the agenda at a special meeting, Tuesday, May 23 — a continued discussion of the demolition of Main Street buildings, and the process to replace City Clerk Kerry Venier, whose resignation is effective June 16. The first item to be considered was continued discussion on the demolition of two...
05/31/2017 - 8:02am
The Glencoe City Council’s Finance Committee received the executive audit summary at its May 22 meeting. Christopher Knopik of CliftonLarsonAllen, LLP (CLA), the city’s audit firm, reported the city received a “clean” audit, which is the best possible outcome. Knopik also reported that the city is in good financial...
05/24/2017 - 12:00am
Silver Lake City Clerk-Treasuer Kerry Venier submitted his resignation to the City Council Monday, May 15. Venier, who has been with the city for 15 years, has accepted a position with the city of Duluth. His last day will be June 16. In other business, the Council: • Heard that an appraisal on the Main Street properties that the city is...
05/17/2017 - 8:36am
The Glencoe City Council declined to expand the hours of the yard waste disposal site on a 2-3 vote Monday night. The city’s personnel committee discussed the issue in length at its May 8 meeting, and recommended the hours be expanded with limited staffing. City Administrator Mark Larson said that the hours of the site was a council...
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