Rich Glennie

02/25/2015 - 11:52am
In an unusual action, it took the Glencoe City Council two attempts to pass a motion to complete the sale of a parcel of property — which was started in 1988 — to the Proehl family. At Monday’s meeting, the first motion to complete the sale of .384 acres of land near the Glencoe City Cemetery failed for lack of a second to the motion. The Leo Proehl family owns 1.134 acres of...
02/04/2015 - 8:55am
After more than three years of planning and designing, the second of a three-phased comprehensive street improvement plan received approval from the Glencoe City Council Monday night on a 4-1 vote. Council Member Allen Robeck voted no. The reconstruction project involves a 30-block area round Lincoln Park and could begin in late April or early...
02/04/2015 - 8:49am
The Glencoe City Council overrode a suggestion from Mayor Randy Wilson and the chamber’s Economic Development Committee (EDC) and approved up to $37,000 for the demolition of the Denny’s Barber Shop building on Greeley Avenue. The decision came after the city received cost estimates for the work. The demolition costs came in at...
02/04/2015 - 8:47am
With five of the 10 members of the Glencoe Charter Commission up for appointment, Glencoe City Council on Monday night opened up a 30-day period seeking candidates for the five two-year positions. Currently holding the two-year positions are Charles Lemke, Duane Klaustermeier, Brian Schlagel, Peter Arnold (who resigned after moving from town),...
01/28/2015 - 11:27am
It came as no surprise Tuesday, Jan. 20, that the Glencoe City Council is still focused on water issues as Gary Schreifels, public works director for water and wastewater, reported on a sewer-cleaning project and the city’s annual report to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) about the Glencoe’s inflow and infiltration (I...
01/28/2015 - 11:24am
It took the second meeting of January, but the full Glencoe City Council was officially sworn into office Jan. 20 when Gary Ziemer and John Schrupp were given the oath of office for another term. Both were absent from the Jan. 6 reorganization meeting when newly elected Allen Robeck was sworn in early in order to have a quorum to complete the...
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