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May 15th, 2019

Sawdust & Lace Designs opens anew

By John Mueller
Editor
Alex Barton took advantage of an opportunity to move her business from Silver Lake to downtown Glencoe. The leap has worked out well so far.
Earlier this spring, Barton, a Glencoe resident, moved her business from downtown Silver Lake to 1005 Hennepin Ave. N. She took advantage of space that had been available for many months to open Sawdust & Lace Designs all over again.

Duvall says house foundation work should be done by July 1

Erik Duvall told the Glencoe Planning Commission exactly what it wanted to hear Thursday night, May 9.
The owner of the house-on-blocks at 1304 Sunrise Drive promised the commission he would have the house, weather permitting, on a foundation with back-filling work completed by July 1, when the sewer and water hookups are completed. He also said the requisite landscaping around the foundation would likely be completed during June.
“She might even have a garden going,” Duvall said. “It’s going to look like somebody lives there.”

Parsing the details – Our view: Certain words can create misinformation

Last week’s debate and Glencoe City Council decision whether to begin the process of switching North Greeley Avenue from one-way traffic to two-way traffic was a solid example of government at work. The city’s planning commission made a recommendation to the city council. For better or worse, the council rejected the recommendation. The system worked as it is intended.

Letter: Petition author disagrees with Olson’s assertion

To the editor,

Letter: Writer stresses freedom of ‘religion,’ not of ‘worship’

To the editor,
The United States Constitution has been the backbone of arguably the most successful and most prosperous political experiment in history: the establishment of the U.S. government. Reading it makes me proud to be an American. Please don't hesitate to read and review it for yourself.

Letter: Gruenhagen vows to oppose state gas tax hike

To the editor,
During the last legislative session, House and Senate Republicans made historic investments in our roads and bridges without raising the gas tax by statutorily dedicating already existing automotive related taxes to fix our roads and bridges. Thanks to this legislation, we were able to increase transportation funding by around $418 million per biennium without raising taxes.
This year, House Democrats passed legislation that transfers $418 million out of the transportation fund back to the general fund to pay for a number of new government programs.

Connie Maguire, 72, of Glencoe

Connie K. Maguire, 72, of Glencoe, passed away Tuesday, May 7, at Glencoe Regional Health Services.
Funeral services were held Monday, May 13, 2 p.m., with interment in Oakland Cemetery in Hutchinson.
Evangelist Wanda King was the officiating clergy.
“I Found the Lily in my Valley” - Brian Haney, “I Want to Stroll Over Heaven with you” - Alan Jackson, and “Nothing but Praise” - Brian Haney was the special music.
Larry King, Steve Joles, Chad Joles, Dale Joles, Nathan Maguire and Dylan Maguire were the casket-bearers.

Dolores J. Baker, 90, Chanhassen

Dolores J. “Dee” Baker, 90, of Chanhassen and formerly of Glencoe, died May 3, 2019 at the N.C. Little Hospice in Edina.
Dolores was born April 4, 1929, in northeast Minneapolis to Dominic and Marie (Kowalski) Cich. She lost her father to MS when she was 15.

Ruth Wendlandt, 78, of Gaylord

Ruth Anne Wendlandt, 78, of Gaylord, passed away Tuesday, May 7, at Ridgeview Sibley Medical Center in Arlington.
A funeral service was held Friday, May 10, 11 a.m., at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in Winthrop with interment in Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery in Gaylord.
The Rev. Paul Tessmer was the officiating clergy.
Julianne Trebelhorn was the organist. “Lift High The Cross,” “Amazing Grace,” “Jesus Loves Me, This I Know,” “What A Friend We Have In Jesus” and “Blessed Assurance” were the congregational hymns.

May 9th

City of Glencoe- Ordinance No.604

City of Glencoe

ORDINANCE NO. 604

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 701, SUBDIVISION 15 TO ADD SUBSECTION (N) REGARDING STATUTORY REGULATION OF DANGEROUS DOGS.
The City Council of the City of Glencoe ordains:
Section 1: Section 701, Subdivision 15 Dangerous Dogs shall be amended to add a Subsection (N) as follows:
The Animal Control Officer may regulate dangerous dogs in accordance with M.S. §§ 347.50 to 347.56, as it may be amended from time to time.
Section 2: This Ordinance shall be effective immediately upon its passage and publication.
Adopted this 6th day of May, 2019.