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Special supplement to the April 17, 2016 Glencoe Advertiser
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Spring cleaning? Check
out Solid Waste Facility
p. 4
Ensuring a successful
basement remodel
p. 5
2016
Master Gardeners trained
for their community
p. 9
To view this supplement online, go to www.glencoenews.com and click on Special Sections
Home & Garden
Sunday, April 17, 2016, page 2
Advertising INDEX
Arnold’s............................................................................................11
Babe’s Blossoms..............................................................................11
Basement Technologies of MN ......................................................6
Bergmann Interiors ........................................................................11
Bussler Lawn Service ......................................................................10
Custom Installations ........................................................................8
First MN Bank ....................................................................................2
Fred & Cathy Werth..........................................................................8
Fullerton Lumber - TBC ....................................................................5
Glencoe Fleet Supply ......................................................................8
Gutter Helmet ..................................................................................7
Holasek FLOWER POWER Garden Center ..................................11
Kaczmarek Landscaping ................................................................8
Kahnke Brothers Tree Farm ..............................................................2
McLeod County Household Hazardous Waste ............................2
McLeod Publishing, Inc. ............................................................4, 10
Midwest Machinery Co. ..................................................................5
Mumford Sanitation........................................................................10
Neubarth Lawn Care & Landscaping ........................................12
RDV Construction ..........................................................................10
Schauer & Sons Construction..........................................................8
Security Bank & Trust Co. ................................................................8
Statewide Gas Services ................................................................11
Sunesta Awnings & Outdoor Comfort............................................6
Thank you to all of our advertisers for contributing to the
2016 Home & Garden supplement.
Thank you to the writers and interviewees for the editorial content.
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Home & Garden
Supplement to the Glencoe Advertiser
Sunday, April 17, 2016, page 3
City of Glencoe building inspections info
MNSpect, Glencoe’s building inspector, is now holding office hours
locally on Thursday mornings beginning at 8 a.m. in the Glencoe City
Center, making it more convenient
for the public to stop in and get
their building permit questions answered. Please feel free to stop in
Thursday mornings!
1. New home construction
2. Finishing basement
3. Remodel
4. Decks
5. Detached garage and
accessory buildings
6. Additions
7. Sediment and Erosion Control
(SEC)
The city of Glencoe has a building permit application process to
ensure through our contracted inspectors that the new construction
of buildings within the city meets
standards as regulated by the Minnesota State Building Code. These
codes ensure that the buildings are
safe and pose no risk to the public’s
welfare. MNSpect, Inc. works with
homeowners and contractors to
ensure that residential homes and
commercial buildings meet the required safety guidelines. MNSpect
can be contacted at (952) 4427520 or (888)-446-1801.
Commercial Projects
All commercial projects require a
permit application with three sets of
plans. All plans are reviewed by the
building inspector. Download Building
Permit
Procedures
at
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wpcontent/uploads/2009/04/
building-permit-procedures.pdf.
Download Building Fee Schedule,
effective April 1 2014, at www.glencoemn.org/wpcontent
/uploads/2009/04/Building-FeeSchedule-April-1-2014.pdf.
Permit applications can be picked
up at the Glencoe city offices for:
Download additional building
permit information at www.
glencoemn.org/wpcontent/
uploads/2009/04/bldg-permitinfo.pdf.
www.glencoemn.org
General permits are issued over the
counter for the following projects:
1. Reroof
2. Reside
3. Window replacement for
same size openings
4. Fence
5. Utility sheds (less than 120 sq. ft.)
6. Mechanical permits for
change outs of furnace, air
conditioning units
7. Plumbing permits for water
heater change outs, lawn
sprinkler systems with 1-inch
meter installation.
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Spring cleaning? Check out Solid Waste Facility
McLeod County facility recycles goods, offers re-use items
By Lori Copler
Editor
Spring cleaning? Be sure to check
out the McLeod County Solid Waste
Facility to see if you can recycle some
of your unwanted items.
And you might even be able to take
some cleaning supplies or a little paint
for touch-ups home.
The facility actually has three sections — the materials recovery facility
(MRF) for collecting recyclable material; the Household Hazardous Waste
Facility, which collects in such items as
antifreeze, motor oil, pesticides and
household cleaners; and the re-use,
free-use center, which offers some
items, such as left-over paint and
household cleansers, to be re-used by
others.
Sarah Young, solid waste coordinator, said there isn’t much the facility
doesn’t take. It even collects old mattresses and infant and child car seats.
Items that are not accepted include explosives, unidentified material,
compressed
gases,
pharmaceuticals, veterinary supplies
and radioactive material.
Young said those who have questions regarding whether material will
be accepted at the facility are welcome to call it at 1-800-335-0575.
“We have a resource list, so if we
don’t take it, we probably know
someone who does,” said Young.
As spring arrives and more people
are cleaning out their homes and
garages, the solid waste facility has
expanded its hours to include Mondays. It is now open Monday through
Friday, 8 a.m to 4 p.m. The Solid Waste
Facility is located at 1065 Fifth Ave. S,
Hutchinson.
Recycling
Although most communities in
McLeod County have curbside recycling collection, and townships have
collection sheds or bins, residents are
welcome to bring their recyclable
materials to the MRF.
Recyclable materials include glass,
metal cans, plastic, mixed paper, and
boxes.
Aluminum cans can be taken to the
redemption center, where customers
will be paid for their cans based on
weight. The price paid is based on
end markets for the products. As another options, those bringing their
cans to the redemption center can
designate their can dollars to a nonprofit program participating in the
nonprofit donation director.
HHW facility
All kinds of items are accepted at
the household hazardous waste
(HHW) facility, including latex and oilbased paints, insect repellents, adhesives, glues, mercury, patching
cement, pool chemicals, batteries,
automotive fluids, household solvents,
varnish strippers, driveway sealers, tile
adhesive, gasoline and kerosene, rust
removers, cement sealers, waxes, pol-
Photo by Lori Copler
Workers sort recyclable material coming off a conveyor belt at the McLeod County Solid Waste Facility in Hutchinson. The facility collects recycling, household hazardous waste and problem materials, such as mattresses, tires,
appliances, etc.
ishes, wood preservatives, weed killers, Young.
• Monday, Aug. 8 — Empty pestioven cleaners, stains and varnishes,
Examples of those products are skin- cide container collection at the solid
ammonia, insecticides, and more.
care products, shampoos and spraywaste facility.
Young said many of the items can
on or lotion pesticides.
• Wednesday, Aug. 10 — Curbside
be dropped off for free, but there are
problems materials collection in Lynn
Special events
fees for some, such as cylinders, heand Hassen Valley townships.
The Solid Waste Facility also schedlium tanks, oil filters, LED bulbs, ballasts
• Monday, Aug. 15 — Pesticide conules some special events throughout tainer collection at the solid waste faand fluorescent bulbs. Young said fees
the year, including:
are collected on some of these items
cility.
• Monday, April 22 — Earth Day
because the county has to pay to
• Wednesday, Aug. 17 — Curbside
open house from noon to 6 p.m. at
properly dispose of them.
HHW collection in Acoma and
“We do collect a fee to offset some the solid waste facility. There will be Hutchinson townships.
tours and refreshments.
of those costs,” said Young.
• Monday, Aug. 22 — Empty pesti• Saturday, May 21 — Household cide container collection at the solid
Free use center
hazardous (HHW) waste and problem
waste facility.
Some of the items brought to the materials (appliances, tires, electron• Wednesday, Aug. 24 — Curbside
hazardous waste facility get transics, mattresses, box springs, etc.) colproblems material collection in the
lection at the solid waste facility.
ferred to the Free Use Center.
city of Brownton and Sumter and
• Monday, June 6 — HHW collection Penn townships (RSVPs needed).
Customers can get, for free, items
in Lester Prairie.
such as paint, household cleansers,
• Monday, Aug. 29 — Empty pesti• Monday, June 20 — HHW collecanti-freeze, stain, sealants and others.
cide container collection at the solid
The items are available on a first- tion in Silver Lake.
waste facility.
• Monday, July 11 — HHW colleccome, first-serve basis. New this year is
• Wednesday, Aug. 31 — Curbside
the number of items that can be tion in Glencoe.
problem materials collection in the
taken on each trip. Each customer will
• Wednesday, July 13 — Curbside city of Silver Lake and Hale Township.
be limited to three items.
HHW collection in the city of Glencoe
• Monday, Sept. 12 — HHW collec“We just think this is more fair, beand Glencoe Township (RSVPs
tion in Brownton.
cause it gives more people a chance needed).
• Wednesday, Sept. 14 — Curbside
to use the center,” said Young.
• Wednesday, July 20 — Curbside problem materials collection in the
But she said staff will be somewhat
HHW collection in the city of Plato and city of Lester Prairie and Bergen Townflexible.
Helen Township (RSVPs needed).
ship.
“For example, if someone needs
• Monday, July 25 — HHW collec• Monday, Sept. 26 — HHW collecfour gallons of paint to paint their tion in Winsted.
tion in Stewart.
garage, we’re going to allow them to
• Wednesday, July 27 — Curbside
For more information, call the solid
take that fourth gallon,” said Young.
problem materials collection in the waste facility at 320-484-4319 or 1-800Some products collected in the city of Winsted and Winsted Township.
335-0575,
email
household hazardous waste facility
• Monday, Aug. 1 — Empty pestimcleodsolidwaste@co.mcleod.mn.us,
are not taken the free use center, she cide container collection at the solid or visit www.co.mcleod.mn.us/solidadded.
waste facility.
waste.
“Anything you would put on your
• Wednesday, Aug. 3 — Curbside
skin, we won’t put out in the free use problem materials collection in the
center, because we can’t verify that city of Stewart and Collins and Round
nothing was added to them,” said Grove townships (RSVPs needed).
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Sunday, April 17, 2016, page 5
Ensuring a successful basement remodel
(MS) Americans continue to fuel remodeling spending across the country,
driven by upward growth in real estate
prices and the rising cost to trade up to
a larger home. Basement renovations
are expected to be a hot trend in 2016,
as buyers look to maximize available living space rather than move, and as
young buyers look to offset the cost of
homeownership with potential income
suites.
While finishing a basement can be a
great alternative to moving –– especially if you love your neighborhood —
there are some challenges homeowners must be aware of when tackling
below-grade living spaces. Choosing
the right products is vital to the comfort,
safety and function of your new living
area. Look for products that help to
maximize energy efficiency and protect against moisture, fire and noise.
Here are the top points to consider to
ensure a successful basement renovation.
Waterproof it. Check the interior
foundation and floors to make sure
there are no existing moisture issues,
water damage or mold problems. Address any primary moisture issues before
finishing the space. Examine grading to
ensure water runs away from your foundation.
Insulation is key. Insulation plays a critical role in making your basement feel
comfortable, while keeping it safe and
dry. For the best results, install a rigid
board insulation, like Roxul Comfort-
Board IS, against the concrete foundation before you stud the wall. The board
is mechanically fastened or adhered to
the concrete foundation wall, which
prevents thermal bridging through the
studs, providing better thermal performance. Finish with a moisture-resistant and dimensionally stable insulation
between the studs to protect against
common basement issues such as
mold, mildew and rot.
Choose a functional design. Draw
out plans, carefully taking into consideration any low ceilings or small windows. Try to incorporate structural
features, such as attractive wood
beams, into your design. Keep the
space as open as possible. Select lighting that provides a bright, airy feel.
Don’t forget to soundproof it. Soundproofing is the ultimate solution to maximize your basement’s quiet and
privacy. Whether your newfound
space will function as a home theatre,
music room, home office or playroom,
it will benefit from quality acoustic insulation. Not only is it highly effective, but
it’s also easy to install.
Consider fire safety. Since many
basements are now being renovated
as income suites, fire protection is also
a vital consideration. Whenever possible, select building materials with a
high fire-resistance rating and look for
products that will not off-gas or contribute to toxic smoke in the event of a
fire. Include additional exits in your renovation plan and educate yourself on
your local fire code.
Before you start your renovation, be
sure to check with your municipality to
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Home & Garden
Sunday, April 17, 2016, page 9
Master Gardeners trained for their community
Extension program looks to expand further in McLeod County
By Rebecca Mariscal
Staff Writer
An interest in horticulture and a
desire to give back to the community are all that’s required to become involved in the Master
Gardener program with the University of Minnesota Extension Office.
The Minnesota version of the nationwide Master Gardener program
began in 1977. Today the state has
more than 2,000 Master Gardeners
who serve in 77 counties.
About 20 of those gardeners are
here in McLeod County, with another
three on their way to master status. Extension Educator Nathan Winter said
the program is smaller than what is
found in the Cities and even closer
counties like Scott and Carver. The
program is looking to expand those
numbers, especially in the areas of
Glencoe, Silver Lake and Brownton,
as the majority of McLeod Master
Gardeners are located in Hutchinson.
“We’re looking to strengthen the
volunteer base in this part of McLeod
County,” he said. “We’re trying to
spread out.”
Winter said the program is looking
at an educational event based out of
Glencoe to assist in this expansion.
The goal of the program is to be an
extension to the University of Minnesota Extension Office. The program
provides trained volunteers that can
further educate the public.
“From fruits to vegetables, annuals,
perennials, soils, the whole gambit,”
Winter said.
To get involved in the program and
become a Master Gardener, Winter
sad some background knowledge in
horticulture is beneficial.
“Being an expert is not a requirement,” Winter said.
The first step to becoming a Master
Gardener is to apply with your local
program, for example the McLeod
County Extension office. Winter said
these applications are due sooner
than people might think, on Oct. 1.
“As soon as people are getting
done gardening for the year, call us,”
he said.
After an interview and background
check, applicants will be admitted to
the Master Gardener core course.
The course can be taken on campus
at various locations throughout Minnesota, or online as well. The fee for
the course is $305.
“If you look at 48 hours of education, you’re about $5 or $6 per hour for
education, which is a lot cheaper,”
Winter said.
The course is a total of 48 hours. It includes lessons on soils, entomology,
botany, diagnostics, trees and shrubs,
herbaceous plants, lawn care, plant
pathology, weeds, wildlife, integrated
pest management, vegetables, fruits
and more.
After the course is completed, Master Gardener trainees must complete
50 hours of volunteer work on projects
Submitted photo
The Master Gardener program prepares volunteers to serve the community and answer gardening questions.
McLeod County has 20 trained Master Gardeners and is looking to expand.
and events that deliver horticulture
knowledge to their communities.
To maintain Master Gardener status,
Winter said gardeners must volunteer
at least 25 hours a year. They must
also stay up to date on educational
skills with five hours of classwork each
year.
Though the McLeod County Master
Gardener numbers have not risen in
the last few months, the effort from
the gardeners themselves has. Winter
said the McLeod program sees Master Gardeners volunteer anywhere
from the required 25 hours a year to
over 300 hours a year.
“The educational effort has been
stronger,” Winter said. “The value
back to the people of McLeod
County has been strengthened.”
The Master Gardeners can volunteer, and get their required hours, in
many different ways. They answer
horticulture questions posed to the extension office. They work through the
arboretum.
They can also get involved in several events that the University of Minnesota Extension hosts. Opportunities
for education efforts, staffing booths
and more are always available. An
annual Gardening Education Day is
held in March with several speakers
and over 100 people attending. Gardening Knowledge for Free events
are also held in the spring and fall and
draw 30 to 40 people. The Education
Garden at the McLeod County Fairground is often staffed by Master Gardeners. The Junior Master Gardener
program takes place in July at the
McLeod County Fairgrounds. Master
Gardeners can volunteer to teach
youth all about horticulture.
Master Gardeners also are encouraged to find their own ways to give
back to the community. They can
give small talks to churches, school or
other community institutions. They can
provide advice to local neighbors
and help out with their gardens. They
also can participate in local town efforts such as tree inventory projects
and more.
These gardeners also give back in
different aspects of their community,
from schools to churches and more.
“They are also great volunteers in
other parts of McLeod County,” he
said.
Being a Master Gardener requires
time and effort, but Winter said it is extremely beneficial to both the gardener and the community.
The participant in the program is
able to continue their education and
get involved with a program full of
people with similar interests.
“They get ot learn about something
they are passionate about,” Winter
said. “They get surround themselves
with like-minded interests.”
The best way to take full advantage
of the program, Winter said, is for participants to find something specific
within horticulture or gardening that
they’re passionate about.
“First get the education need and
then meet your interest,” he said.
With all the different ways to be involved in the community, Winter said
it is important that what someone
does volunteer for meets their interest
and engages their passion.
“People looking with energy, those
are the people we’re looking to join
us,” Winter said.
The benefit to the community is
even greater. Winter said the extension office and the public has a lot to
gain.
“We have people out there providing education in the community,”
Winter said.
To get involved with the Master Gardener program, contact the University of Minnesota extension office at
320-484-4334
or
mnextmcleod@umn.com.
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Sunday, April 17, 2016, page 10
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