State Sen. Julie Rosen attended a special meeting of the Martin County Board on Tuesday to hear about the needs of the county. County department heads also were present, along with a few members of the public. Commissioner Elliot Belgard addressed transportation needs. County Highway Engineer Kevin Peyman also commented.about dedicated highway funds.I think that’s a good point when you talk about dedicated [funds],” Rosen said. “The sustainable part is questionable when it comes to the gas tax. Just in my every day workings in the district I serve, they’ll stop me and say, ‘Thank you for not voting on [...]
About 1065lakesfmThis author has not yet filled in any details.
So far 1065lakesfm has created 694 blog entries.
WRESTLING MARTIN COUNTY RED BULLS 81, FULDA/M C C 0 RED BULLS 63, WORTHINGTON 9 HOCKEY GIRLS MINNESOTA RIVER 6, FAIRMONT AREA 2 BOYS MINNESOTA RIVER 5 FAIRMONT AREA 1 BASKETBALL GIRLS WORTHINGTON 69, FAIRMONT 59 M C W 52, B E A 30 NORTH UNION 43, G-T/R-A 34 Marshall 83, JCC 42 W-E-M 66, USC 24 Waseca 56, LC-WM 44 Windom 68, Redwood Valley 63 BOYS FAIRMONT 67, WORTHINGTON 55 Martin County West 74, Cleveland 52 Truman/Martin Luther/Granada-Huntley-East Chain 49, Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton 39 G-T/R-A 48, North Union 38 Marshall 95, JCC 58 Maple River 60, NRHEG 54 Jordan 84, [...]
THE FAIRMONT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY ON MONDAY HEARD FROM COORDINATOR LINSEY PREUSS, WHO UPDATED MEMBERS ON CHILD CARE IN THE CITY. SHE SAID THERE ARE TRAININGS HAPPENING AS A RESULT OF SPONSORSHIP BY PROFINIUM FINANCIAL. PREUSS MENTIONED OTHER COMMUNITIES HAVE CREATED PROGRAMS SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR CHILD CARE WHICH INCLUDE DIRECT AND FORGIVABLE LOANS FOR NEW PROVIDERS. LINSEY WOULD LIKE TO OFFER PROGRAMS TO EXISTING PROVIDERS AS WELL. F E D A MEMBER TOM HAWKINS BROUGHT UP THE POSSIBILITY OF SUBSIDIES FOR CHILD CARE PROVIDER EMPLOYEES. LINSEY PRUESS ALSO BROUGHT UP THE 2020 CENSUS AND HOW IMPORTANT IT WAS TO [...]
The Fairmont City Council Monday night continued an old discussion about the investigation to determine whether any city employees knew of the former City Attorney’s cases that were expired due to the statute of limitations. The council had hired investigator Michelle Soldo to probe the matter, and she concluded that none of the city staff knew or should have known about the expiring cases, releasing her findings with “all relevant information” on Nov. 14. She later advised against interview transcripts due to additional cost, relevance and the witnesses’ concerns of retaliation. But Councilor Tom Hawkins wanted transcripts of Soldo’s [...]
GIRLS BASKETBALL Minnesota Valley Lutheran 72, TML/GHEC 55 St. James Area 58, United South Central 34 Alden-Conger/Glenville-Emmons 76, Nicollet/Mankato Loyola 66 Adrian 53, Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey 50 BOYS BASKETBALL Martin County West 74, St. James 64 Jackson County Central 70, Truman/Martin Luther/ Granada-Huntley-East Chain 65 Le Sueur-Henderson 72, New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva 58
THE FAIRMONT AREA SCHOOL BOARD MEETS TUESDAY AT 5 PM. THE BOARD WILL ELECT OFFICERS FOR THE NEW YEAR AND DEAL WITH COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS AND ACT ON POLICIES AND PERSONNEL ITEMS AND A REVISED 2019-2020 BUDGET. DONATIONS TO THE DISTRICT WILL BE ACCEPTED AND AN UPDATE ON THE SOUTHERN PLAINS EDUCATION COOPERATIVE AND ARISE ACADEMY WILL BE PRESENTED AT TUESDAY'S MEETING AT THE FAIRMONT CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS.
GYMNASTICS MARTIN COUNTY AREA MAGIC INVITATIONAL Jackson Co. Central 132.825, 2. Martin Co. Area 132.6, 5. BEA 122.95. WRESTLING BIG SOUTH TEAM MEET Martin County Red Bulls 232, 2. Marshall 174.5, 3. Jackson Co. Central 146, 4. BEA 122. MARTIN COUNTY RED BULLS CLAIM 5 INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONSHIPS LUCAS JAGODZINSKI, JAXSON ROHMAN, CONNER SIMMONDS, PAYTON ANDERSON, JACOB RAHN HOCKEY GIRLS FAIRMONT 4 MORRIS/BENSON 0 BOYS FAIRMONT 6 MORROS/BENSON 3
THE FAIRMONT CITY COUNCIL MEETS FOR THE FIRST TIME IN A MONTH THIS MONDAY AT 5:30 PM. A PRESENTATION ON COMMUNITY HEALTH WILL BE GIVEN AND A PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING THE CLOSURE OF TREES TRAILER PARK WILL BE HELD. FIRST OF YEAR PROCEDURAL MATTERS AND DESIGNATIONS WILL TAKE PLACE ALONG WITH ACTIONS ON ELECTION FOR EXCLUSION FROM THE COORDINATED PLAN BY THE CITY MANAGER, RESPONSE TO INVESTIGATION TRANSCRIPT, CITY ATTORNEY REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS, CITY ADMINISTRATOR SEARCH, RECOMMENDATION FOR LOCAL OPTION SALES TAX FOR STREET IMPROVEMENTS AND LEGISLATIVE SERVICES PROPOSAL FOR THAT AND A PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT AT MONDAY'S MEETING [...]
GIRLS GYMNASTICS MARTIN COUNTY AREA 130..7 ST.PETER 126.3 WRESTLING MARTIN COUNTY RED BULLS 58 ST.PETER 9 HOCKEY GIRLS FAIRMONT 2 WORTHINGTON 1 BOYS WORTHINGTON 2 FAIRMONT 1 BOYS BASKETBALL M C W 88 ALDEN-CONGER 56 TRUMAN/ML/GHEC 50 CLEVELAND 35 Paste In or Write Your Content Here!!!!!!!!!
The Martin County Board Tuesday: Approved a Life-Size Veterans Memorial Sculpture Commission Agreement with Brodin Studios of Kimball, Minnesota; and approve and authorize Martin County to pay $20,000 down payment to commission the artist; and that the Martin County Veterans Memorial Committee will reimburse Martin County for the commission down payment from Martin County Veterans Memorial Legacy Grant funds. Approved a resolution accepting the State of Minnesota Snowmobile Safety Enforcement Grant in the amount of $4,138.00 in each fiscal year, 2020 and 2021; and authorize the Board Chair and the Sheriff’s designated representative to sign the grant agreement on behalf [...]