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John Mueller

05/22/2019 - 10:31am
“We regret to inform you …” The words on the Western Union telegram informing Marcella Rozeski of her husband’s death are burned into her memory. It’s been over 66 years since she read those words on the telegram a Red Cross worker brought to her husband’s family farm. Marcella Matousek – her married name after remarrying eight years after Francis Rozeski was killed in combat -- will be among the...
05/22/2019 - 10:22am
Aiming to project the investment it made in street reconstruction in 2014, the city council gave the go-ahead to a crack-sealing plan intended as maintenance on those streets. The council voted unanimously Monday, May 20 in favor of a supplemental agreement with SEH Inc. for engineering services related to crack sealing streets and parking lots...
05/22/2019 - 10:13am
We spent the last week watching Republicans and DFLers engaging in blow hardy hyperbole regarding the steps needed to reach a biennial budget for the state. Some might call Gov. Tim Walz and his DFL bobos a bunch of tax-and-spend liberals. Some will make the argument the GOP-controlled Senate rewrote the book on obstructionism. In the end, besides...
05/15/2019 - 11:51am
Monday’s sale of general-obligations tax-abatement bonds to fund the Glencoe-Silver Lake School District’s parking lot improvement plans went about as well as the district could have hoped for, thanks to a robust field of bidders and an improved bond rating for the district. The result is a slight decrease in the impact taxpayers will feel. “We...
05/15/2019 - 10:51am
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...
05/15/2019 - 10:31am
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...
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