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Starbuck Lions Celebrate 60 Years Of Service To Community

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County levy up by 1.99%

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• Approved the 2017-2018 labor agreement with Teamsters Courthouse.

• Set the 2017 board of commissioners meetings for the first and third Tuesday of each month at 9 a.m. Committee of the Whole meetings will be held on the second Tuesday of each month at 9 a.m.

• Approved the payment of bills in the amount of $428,557.96 plus supplemental bills of $37,926.91 for a total of $466,484.87.

• Approved the payment of human services bills in the amount of $300,659.71.

 

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MOCA Gala Set Jan. 21 at Lakeside

 

Area residents have a chance to learn more about ovarian cancer while raising funds for the Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance (MOCA).

Amanda and Curt Ogdahl, of Glenwood, who were inspired by Curt’s mother, Marie Ogdahl, who passed away in March 2009 after a nine-year battle with ovarian cancer, will organize and host the first gala in Glenwood to raise awareness about ovarian cancer and funding for MOCA.

The Glenwood Gala will take place on Jan. 21, from 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Lakeside Ballroom. A dinner, cash bar, silent auction, inspirational speakers and entertainment will be a part of the evening. Money raised at the gala will go toward research funding, according to a news release from MOCA.

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Roundabout Rumors Are Not True.

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There's talk that it will have to be "torn out" and redone because it's "too small" for trucks to navigate.
We talked with the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) leaders who are in charge of the project to get the straight scoop.
 
The bottom-line: проект дыши слушать The rumors are not true.
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Actually, the roundabout is one of the largest single-lane — if not the largest — on the MnDOT system, according to Jerimiah Moerke, public affairs spokesperson for MnDOT District 4.
"It was designed to handle the extra large loads that occasionally use Highway 29," Moerke said.
Moerke added that it's common practice for big semitrailers to "ride up" onto the concrete truck apron in the center.
"That's what it's designed for," he said. "Drivers hauling regular-sized loads who are familiar with roundabouts can navigate it without going into the center. As local drivers get more accustomed to it, they will feel more comfortable with it, too."
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"You will see a little bit of work this spring near the roundabout — basically any parts that look unfinished," Moerke said.
He explained that this is a small part of the project that still has temporary pavement in place.
"The contractor needs to remove and replace the pavement on the southbound side of the roundabout," Moerke said. "They just ran out of time last year.
"If you look closely, the transition between the concrete and pavement isn't what it should be," Moeke added. "In addition, the center island needs to be completed and landscaped, and we may make some additional adjustments to the signs."
Questions about the roundabout were expected and MnDOT appreciates the feedback from the public, Moerke said.
"Roundabouts are a relatively new traffic control feature in Minnesota," he said. "When we hear the occasional complaint or concern about them, we do look into the issue seriously and make adjustments, if feasible, and take the issue into consideration in future roundabout designs."

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Notes From The Capital

Monday, April 4, 2016

paul anderson 150An interesting hearing was held last week in the Property Tax Division of the Tax Committee dealing with a long-standing exemption that affects many towns and cities throughout Minnesota. It has to do with fertilizer and chemical containment facilities built at local co-ops and other farm supply businesses. Because of concerns about spills into the environment, the EPA along with the Minnesota Dept. of Agriculture, has long required that concrete berms and other related facilities be constructed so any potential spills could be contained. The Legislature, in the middle 1990’s, passed legislation that such additions to fertilizer and chemical storage facilities should be exempted from property tax.

Fast forward to today, and a couple of problems have arisen with the exemption. First, it hasn’t been granted uniformly across the state. Some county assessors have been allowing the exemption, while others have not. And secondly, and this is where the situation gets complicated, today everything involved with agriculture has gotten bigger and more expensive. Buildings constructed in recent years containing fertilizer and other farm-related chemicals are huge compared to those built 20 or 30 years ago. And, in an effort to have this exemption carried out uniformly, the Dept. of Revenue recently issued guidance spelling out what exactly was included. They ruled that the roof should be included, along with the walls of a building that held fertilizer or chemicals. So, instead of a tax exemption for a cement floor and berms around liquid chemical tanks, for example, this ruling said that basically the entire structure was part of the containment system.

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