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Davids confused by Judge’s comments


Fri, Feb 20th, 2004
Posted in Features

Rep. Greg Davids said he was confused by Judge Joseph Weiner’s implications in his recent ruling that Davids tried to influence the MPCA or speed up the process in the regulatory agency’s dealings with Heartland.

“The e-mails from the MPCA are clear that I was only gathering information about the process and timelines,” Davids said. “I have stayed neutral on this issue and opened my office for research for both sides.”

Davids said that even the MPCA staff reported that “I seem satisfied with the information given and no further updates were asked for.”

Davids believes the lawyers for SEMEP put these “unfounded allegations” into their motions to “see where it would go.”

“The judge came to the wrong conclusions,” Davids said. “I was only looking for information, and was in no way trying to influence the MPCA.”

Fillmore Central School Board: District waits for approval for Reading 1st grant

Fri, Feb 20th, 2004
Posted in Features

It was an energetic team of staff members from Fillmore Central elementary and middle school that reported to board members on their efforts in applying for a $280,000 grant to be used in upgrading the school’s reading program.

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Planning Commission moves on Comprehensive Land Use Plan

Fri, Feb 20th, 2004
Posted in Features

"I’m asking permission to update the Comprehensive Land Use Plan,” stated Mark Thein, of the Economic Development Authority (EDA) as he addressed the Planning Commission Thursday night. The plan hasn’t been revised in several years and with the many ..... 
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Health, Mind & Body: The healing hands of therapeutic massage

Fri, Feb 20th, 2004
Posted in Features

Today’s active and hectic life styles lead to a great deal of stress related problems. Whether trying to manage a busy schedule, making a deadline, dealing with illness of a family member, friend, or just the rigors of everyday life, stress can wreak ..... 
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Scottish Highland cattle more than an exotic pet

Fri, Feb 13th, 2004
Posted in Features

Nestled snugly into the hills near Money Creek in Houston County is a very unique farm that raises an interesting breed of cattle. Owned and operated by Paul and Terry Preston, Arrow Valley Farm is the home to an ancient breed of cattle known as Scot ..... 
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Heartland given building permit

Fri, Feb 13th, 2004
Posted in Features

“I think the value of my home just went down $20,000,” Rev. Frances Galles, a retired Catholic priest from Preston told Elaine Maust, smiling sheepishly.

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Harmony City Council Report: Delinquent utility, ambulance, and fire call charges require action

Fri, Feb 13th, 2004
Posted in Features

With more than $11,000 worth of outstanding ambulance and fire call charges, and several delinquent utility bills floating on Harmony’s accounting records, council members took an official stand as City Administrator Jerome Illg stressed the need to ..... 
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Fillmore County District Court

Fri, Feb 13th, 2004
Posted in Features

Felony Charges

•Jason Allen Kniseley, 20, of Rushford, was charged with one felony count of criminal damage to property in the first degree, stemming from a domestic dispute in Rushford on November 25, 2003. Kniseley has also be ..... 
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Rushford City Council Report: Standby generator permit okayed

Fri, Feb 13th, 2004
Posted in Features

Another step was taken in the process of building standby electric generation in Rushford when, at the February 9th Rushford City Council meeting, City Administrator Larry Bartelson announced the MPCA had granted the permit for Rushford’s standby gen ..... 
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