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:puncil defers to committee, for INDEPENDENT ,ta Road recommc ldation i , ,,,,,, ,, ........ I, t,q--"I *  n'i II[,,[o[op -- s alon: Rita Road will of Communication were the designers and for three of the jobs created by li"m'rP!rnhr II IIII . :r,.ilh,],,,,,,,,+?e,-'*z! III I] I g |wait for  recommendations of the proposed cabling system for the AA Marketing. However, the city will "++ + j .tnville's Street Committee hospital construction project, and contact the State Border City Tax Oustin'Karels now _ ........ .............. nlwing the full impact of the were hired as consultants to investi- Credit Office to determin if jobs cre- lze and costs of improve- gate the bidding differentials among area by AA Marketing for non- studying in France Lt the regular meeting of the the three companies bidding.. Ortonville residents will qualify as for Ilcil on December 16. sever- The City Council accepted the rec- the program tax credits. Dustin Karels. son of George and lats living along Rita Road ommendations and awarded the bid to Char Grossman was named to rep- Mary Karels of Bellingham, is ncerns at a public hearing. NorthWestem Communication Solutions. resent Ortonville at the Prairie 5 studying in France during fall Council approved the curb The Base Proposal will cost Action Council Steering Committee semester through the Center for ing of the street, but Mayor $78.159.00. Option II will add an Curt Hormann, City Police Chief, International Education at the College after listening to various additional $5,060.00, and also award- received approval to advertise for sale of Saint Benedict /Saint John's view, recommended that ed to NorthWestern Communications. a 1994 Crown Victoria patrol car pre- University. siena await the recommen- Award Option I will be awarded as viously used as the canine car and no Karels is a junior political science f the Street Committee. "I a 'Not to Exceed" bid of $13,168.00 longer needed by the police depart- major at SJU+ feel we should utlilize our The City Council also approved mont. The French program is located in ....... e structure as much as possi- the recommendation of the Personnel Boards and Committee appoint- the city of Cannes at the College + Dinnel. Committee for a 1.4 percent cost of ments were filled as follows: International de Cannes, near many "hulz, enginner with Larson- living increase for 2003 for all full- Airport Committee; Darrell important artistic and historic sites & Associates, Inc. who acts time and regular part-time city McKinney. such as the Gorges of the Verdun tam to the City of Ortonville employees. Ambulance Committee; Angle Valley, the Roman monuments of nded a 38 foot roadway, to The Personnel Committee has also Kriesel, Tom Scoblic, Kathy Korth. Provence, the Alps and the medieval two lanes of traffic and two discussed options for filling the Golf Golf Committee; Dan Oakes, villages of Eze and la Turbie. parking. Concerns were Course Superintendent position. Glenn Nelson Students are housed and take classes  ' y resident. Muriel Von The Golf Board recommended to Health Care Committee; Marilyn with 150 other international students '! mt the city would be taking the City Council a 5 percent increase Lindahl and David Dinnel at the college. of her lot, placing her home in the Golf Fee Schedule for 2003, Library Committee; Brenda Dinnel, The College International de AN to the roadway. Arnold which was approved by the council. Dave Scholberg Cannes, which opened its doors in ggested that one lane for Regular adult memberships will be Park & Rec; Don Sherman and 1920, is primarily designed to p ould be sufficient for resi- $330, discounted if purchased by Steve Hennen provide instruction in the French !! oses. April 15 to $295. Family member- Planning Committee; Lenore language and culture. Students are ! tion, the percentage the city ships will be $725, discounted to Sellin, David Dinnel encouraged to take trips on their own syet to be determined. Mel $630.  Senior Center; Mel Reinke, initiative to cities such as Nimes, INSTALLATION SERVICFS were held for Rev. lames W. Hesse for ommended that the stan- Also theGolfBoardrecommended Jorgenson, Mel Ehlert Aries and Avignon, along with 111/30 percent formula be that the city accept Lots 4, 5, 6, 7, and Safety; Scott Huizenga, Char arranged trips. Dr. Ned Dubin, Trinity Lutheran Church in Walter Twp. and St. Peter's lutheran iThe matter was referred to 8 of the Course Air First Addition and Grossman. CSB/SJU professor of modern and Church in Bellingham. The installation was held Dec. 15. Pastors Lot 5, Course Air Second Addition EDA; Lisa Berkner, David Dinnel. classical languages and literatures who took part in the service left to right, in back are Pastor Committee. |[2ity Council approved pay- that Vince Stegner had hoped to Positions remain open to replace serves as the director of the program Bramstedt, Pastor Kotila and Pastor larvis. In front are Pastor [_ change orders totalling donate to the City for use by the Golf Dick Janke on the Planning for the semester. .Friedrich, Pastor Hesse and Pastor Boehnke. .. in regards to the hospital Course. The Council voted to Committee, and to replace Bob The Center for International riven, approve. Dybvig and George Elliott on the Tree Education at CSB/SJU provides. 14 . trvArcher, Ortonville Area Border City Tax Credit Committee Board. experiences Ik,l[,,,]lln Big Stone water intercultural education on Lake ices Administrator, report- recommended the approval of a tax In accordance with the Property for undergraduate students each year. m- - o the City Council with the credit to Curves for Women for two Tax Law of Minnesota, the City In their latest poll, the Institute of despite cold temperatures ndation of Mike Abraham, jobs created, and AA Marketing for Council approved the resolution for International Education rated s Of Communication, the 4.5 jobs. The City Council approved the final 2003 Budget. The Budget CSB/SJU first in an annual ranking of - of the cable system. Lines the tax credit for Curves for Women, proposes $1,426,589 in revenues, the top 15 undergraduate institutions Open water remains in a number of ' 00onville Moose Lodge gives with thelargestnumberofstudents areas in Big Stone Lake despite recent cold temperatures. Even some places 0 onville ice studying abroad. ,,o that were previously frozen to safe rink S New walleye I,mits lake. Decemberpens26 levels, have now opened up on the lck much to the community for Waubay Lake Bruce Nelsen, recommends cau- tion, particularly at night. 'Ice is never Beginning Thurs., Dec 26 Waubay Lakes are 1 percent the through Jan. 1, 2003 the anglers fX) safe, but right now, Ortonville Moose Lodge Ortonville's Lodge is one of 32 kets (Saturdays), picnics, etc. The reminded of the lake's new daily and Lake is particularly dangerous. Just Ortonville ice skating rink wilt e Women of the Moose Lodges in Minnesota, and 2100 whole family is invited to participate length limits that go into effect Jan. 1 because an area was frozen earlier, be open from q895 have beenactive in the throughout the United States. All of in these activities, for walleye, doesn't mean it is now." 1:00 p.m - 5:00 p.m. ty for 55 years. We are 163 these lodges support and donate to If anyone is interested in becoming The 2003 daily walleye limit for Generally, ice that is 4 inches thick and strong along with the MooseHaven, a retirement home for a member of our lodge, stop by the Waubay Lake will be two," said is safe to walk on, 5 inches for snow- 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. >f the Moose who have 42 senior citizens, and Mooseheart, a lodge or contact Heith Sherod, Lodge Fisheries Biologist Brian Blackwell mobiles, 8 to 12 inches for a car or L children's village for needy children, administrator at (320) 839-2904. of Webster. "'Additionally, these small pick-up, and 12-15 inches for a Hours once school has rcsumed 0loose is active in the corn- These lodges also contribute to their With the holiday season quickly walleyes must be 16-inches or longer truck, have not been set. ' supporting and donating to local communities in any way they approaching, all of the members from in length, and no more than one of This year those rules for safe ice, rganizations, such as: The can. the Ortonville MooseLodge #407 and these two fish may be 20-inches or however, are not a good test, as the ......... Olympics, Salvation Army, The Moose Lodge has many activ- The women of the Moose Chapter longer." ice has opened up in some unlikely u|nifllhBI Cgrl! Girl Scouts, Drug Awareness ities that include the entire family. We #1895, would like to wish everyone a For details and other South Dakota spots. 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