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Rich Glennie

08/22/2018 - 2:37pm
I’m not sure when it became optional to stop for stop signs, but that seems to be the case lately. Otherwise, why would motorists do the stupid things they do? I see it every day in my neighborhood on 14th Street and Judd Avenue, where there is a four-way stop with flashing red lights that indicate First Lutheran School is nearby. Yet, some people don’t see the signs. Apparently during the summer...
08/08/2018 - 11:18am
Glencoe City Council on Monday night approved exploring other options concerning the proposed demolition of a vacant Hennepin Avenue commercial building (former General Store) as it struggled with the $124,370 low bid for its removal. “This is an odd occurrence,” said Mayor Randy Wilson. “It hasn’t happened before.” He said past demolition costs...
08/08/2018 - 11:17am
Glencoe is one of eight communities selected to participate in the 2019 Blandin Community Leadership Program, and is now in the process of recruiting 24 community members. Recruiting will go on until Dec. 3 and the week-long leadership training will be held Feb. 11-15 at Sugar Lake Lodge near Grand Rapids. Becky Adams, leadership recruitment...
08/08/2018 - 11:08am
Glencoe City Council opted to bypass a peer review of its $20 million to $23 million wastewater treatment plant project, and instead decided to continue on its schedule to call for plans and specifications on Aug. 20, open bids Oct. 17, award bids in November and begin construction next spring. The action came after a City Council workshop session...
08/08/2018 - 11:06am
At Monday night’s meeting, Glencoe City Council members received a long-awaited study of the central and east ditch water management project that was presented by Lisa Odens of Houston Engineering. The aim of the project is to address nagging flooding problems throughout the Glencoe area due to heavy rain events. Those heavy rains have caused wide...
08/01/2018 - 10:27am
The cascade is building. It starts with an occasion clunk, and builds to a series of clunks, thunks and boinks. Pretty soon it will build to a crescendo of items falling from the sky. It’s nut season in my neighborhood, and it has picked up a head of steam lately. That, in turn, increases sightings of pesky squirrels in the neighborhood, too. Not...
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