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Silver Lake

11/08/2017 - 10:17am
The Silver Lake City Council awarded the bid for the demolition of four buildings on Main Street at a special meeting Thursday. The low bid was received by US SiteWork of Elk River for $76,961. The city received five bids ranging from the low US SiteWork bid to a high bid of $173,685. The projected cost was estimated at $110,000. Paul Ragozzino, an architect from Short Elliot Hendrickson, Inc.,...
10/17/2017 - 11:00pm
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...
10/04/2017 - 7:41am
The Silver Lake City Council on Monday night passed a resolution approving plans and specifications, and agreed to advertise for bids, for the demolition of four adjoining buildings on Main Street. In the specifications, the demolition work will need to be completed by Dec. 15 with the final grading, fill and seeding to be completed by May 15,...
09/26/2017 - 11:00pm
The city of Silver Lake has some familiar faces in new roles. After the resignation of City Clerk Kerry Venier earlier this summer, who took a job with the city of Duluth, the city looked to fill that job and found a candidate in its then municipal liquor store manager, Jon Jerabek. Jerabek was offered the job after interviews with candidates, and...
09/19/2017 - 11:01pm
After nearly two years of discussion, the four buildings on Main Street in Silver Lake will soon be coming down. The Silver Lake City Council on Monday night passed a resolution to authorize City Clerk Jon Jerabek and Acting Mayor Nolan Johnson to execute the final sale documents for the purchase of the building owned by Sumter Mutual Insurance...
08/23/2017 - 7:59am
The Silver Lake City Council heard a couple of possible options for financing the demolition of four substandard buildings on Main Street at its meeting on Monday. Rebecca Kurtz of Ehlers and Associates, a financial consulting firm, informed the council that there are limited options. The first and probably best option would be to create a tax...
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