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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...
07/25/2018 - 2:31pm
The Glencoe City Center is on the way to having its busiest year since the center opened, including 27 weddings booked in 2018, according to Dan Ehrke, assistant city administrator. Ehrke gave a report at Monday afternoon’s City Council workshop. He noted a significant increase in rental bookings. “This is the most weddings we will host in one...
07/25/2018 - 2:17pm
Not sure why President Donald Trump and his administration punched Canada, our closest ally, in the face recently, and then had the audacity to claim relations between the two countries could not be better. The kick in the face apparently is now considered a term of endearment. The dust up is all about a trade deficit that Trump and his advisors...
07/25/2018 - 2:13pm
Glencoe City Council got another look at its proposed 2019 general fund budget at Monday afternoon’s workshop session, and City Administrator Mark Larson said what he is proposing shows no increase in ad valorem (local property) taxes. Larson said proposed ad valorem taxes would remain at $1.577 million, while local government aid will increase...
07/25/2018 - 8:38am
In workshop session Monday afternoon, Glencoe City Council met with Ryan Norman of DeWild Grant Reckert and Associates Company (DGR Engineering) to get a second opinion of the city’s proposed $20 million to $23 million wastewater treatment plant project. Norman was asked to clarify the question about how a treatment plant DGR designed in Sheldon,...
07/25/2018 - 8:36am
In workshop session Monday afternoon, Glencoe City Council met with Ryan Norman of DeWild Grant Reckert and Associates Company (DGR Engineering) to get a second opinion of the city’s proposed $20 million to $23 million wastewater treatment plant project. Norman was asked to clarify the question about how a treatment plant DGR designed in Sheldon,...
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