Rich Glennie

07/23/2014 - 8:11am
On Monday night, Glencoe City Council received a preliminary report of what a Willow Ridge Pond diversion channel might entail and its cost to help alleviate flooding in the central portion of the community. John Rodeberg, city engineering consultant from Short Elliott Hendrickson (SEH), presented a study update on a possible solution to the flooding problems, but he cautioned this was just a...
10/31/2012 - 7:46am
Going to the polls on Tuesday, Americans will have a stark choice as to who will lead this nation from the White House for the next four years — President Barack Obama, a Democrat, or former Massachuetts Gov. Mitt Romney, a Republican. Incumbents always have the advantage because they have a track record. But that can be a double-edged sword....
10/31/2012 - 7:45am
Often overlooked in the state general elections are the Minnesota judicial races, mainly because most Minnesotans know so little about the candidates — incumbents or challengers. But there are three local judges on this year’s ballot who deserve another term on the bench. They include Associate Minnesota Supreme Court Justice G. Barry Anderson, a...
09/26/2012 - 7:58am
The Glencoe Planning and Industrial Commission met last Thursday and swore in its newest member, Wes Olson. Olson replaces Robert Senst, who resigned earlier this summer. The only other item on the agenda was a variance request by Jason and Alicia Zehnder to build a garage on their property on Vernon Lane in Glenview Woods. The variance is for a...
09/26/2012 - 7:47am
Will passing the marriage amendment, or the voter ID amendment for that matter, improve the economy, create more jobs or get more people back to work in Minnesota? Will passing either of these amendments make the state’s budget balance? Will it improve our roads, bridges and highways? Will it make our schools better and our children better...
09/26/2012 - 7:46am
Glencoe City Council has spoken, and as of Nov. 1 there will be no on-street parking in the community between the hours of 1 a.m. and 6 a.m. until April 1. And there will be no on-street parking on city streets during snow removal until the streets are cleared curb-to-curb, even if that comes after 6 a.m. You have been warned. No excuses. City...
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