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Township Election Results

Fri, Mar 14th, 2003
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Amherst Township

Gene Topness Supervisor12

Richard Kelly Treasurer 12

Arendahl Township

Richard Ostrem 14

Gaylord Brown 14

Beaver Township

Larry Rindells Supervisor 15

Fred Hanks Treasurer 19

Bloomfield Township

Dan Terbeest Supervisor 8

Scott Reiland 1

Michelle Davis Treasurer 9

Bristol Township

Arlin Hebrink Supervisor 13

Ellen Whalen Treasurer 13

Canton Township

Ray Bolweg Supervisor 11

Teresa Coyle Treasurer 11

Carimona Township

Ann OConnor Supervisor 52

Delbert Mandelko Treasurer 50

Carrolton Township

Jerry McCabe Supervisor 15

Eddie Brekke 1

Marge Fuller Treasurer 16

Chatfield Township

Lowell Meeker Supervisor 52

Jodi Miller 51

Ross Goldsmith 2

Fillmore Township

Harlan Schmidt Supervisor 31

Lyle Affeldt Treasurer 41

Forestville Township

Don Ruesink Supervisor 24

Wenda Grabau Treasurer 27

Fountain Township

Dave Shanahan Supervisor 14

Dan Schmidt Treasurer 14

Harmony Township

Kenneth Heibel Supervisor 37

Tom Jarland 29

Cliff Johannessen Treasurer 65

Holt Township

Robert Knutson Supervisor 11

Phillip Abrahamson Treasurer 11

Jordan Township

Lyle Greenlee Supervisor 54

William Bailey Treasurer 54

Newburg Township

Mark Gjere Supervisor 28

Steve Melbostad 26

Barb Eiken Treasurer 53

Norway Township

Allen Howe Supervisor 52

Roger Trester Treasurer 52

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Harmony Fire Department does well with grant funds

Fri, Mar 14th, 2003
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As representatives from the Harmony Fire Department explained to its city council the proposed expenditures for recently received grants, it was evident the department was sitting in pretty good shape. Bill Hanlon and Steve Donney outlined three gra ..... 
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Rushford Library construction deferred

Fri, Mar 14th, 2003
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Burt Svendsen, chairman of the Rushford Public Library Board, visited the Rushford City Council meeting Monday, March 10, to report on library usage and building progress. Svendsen shared that the library is still seeing growing numbers of patrons as ..... 
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State cuts loom heavy on minds of commissioners

Fri, Mar 7th, 2003
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"Counties will face some very heavy lifting to meet the challenges presented by the Governors budget proposal." That was the message from the Association of Minnesota Counties (AMC) during a video presentation conducted by Policy Coordinator Karen B ..... 
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Historic Forestville wont close quietly

Fri, Mar 7th, 2003
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The emergency meeting regarding historic Forestvilles future drew in a full room March 4 at the Forestville State Park Pavilion. Friends of Forestville and the general public met with Tom Ellig, Southern District Manager of Historic Sites for the Mi ..... 
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Lanesboro Council asked to restructure Lanesboro Center for the Arts or give up $1 million bond

Fri, Mar 7th, 2003
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The status of the proposed Lanesboro Center for the Arts (LCA) took center stage at the packed Lanesboro City Council meeting Monday night, March 3rd.

Council member Joe OConnor presented a detailed summary of the LCA project ..... 
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Preston will need to tighten its belt if local government aide is reduced

Fri, Mar 7th, 2003
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If Governor Tim Pawlenty's budget proposal is accepted as is, Preston will receive $61,000 (10.7%) less in Local Government Aide (LGA) from the state this year. Next year the reduction would be $117,000 (24%). Mayor David Pechulis suggested that when ..... 
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Postcard from Mexico

Fri, Mar 7th, 2003
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Its 7:30 in the morning in room 18 on the third floor of the Luna Mar Vacacional in a small town along the Pacific coast of Mexico. The ocean looks like a sea of glass outside the veranda, yet, every five seconds the surf cracks like thunder onto th ..... 
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Township election pivotal to Sumners future

Fri, Mar 7th, 2003
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When the Fillmore County Planning Commission signed off on the Conditional Use Permit for the proposed Sumner Township subdivision known as Washington Country Estates, it fueled a debate that could ultimately be decided by Sumner Township residents i ..... 
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