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We appreciate what some citizens are doing for those in need of assistance with building a ramp or other items. Thanks to Sharon Taft of SEMCIL; Bob Tingerthal, George, Greg and the other three workers who helped with the ramp; Corrine Besetzny of Faith in Action; and the others who helped. God bless you all. -- Barb Erickson and Bernice Mossberg, Red Wing I am neither right wing nor an apologist. I am a President Bush supporter and I will be happy to answer the question regarding North Korea (Platform, Jan. 14).
INVITATION FOR INSURANCE BIDS The Red Wing Housing and Redevelopment Authority is requesting bids for multi peril package, boiler, and umbrella coverage for either one or multi year policies effective April 1, 2003. Bid closing date is March 5, 2003. For proposal information and format contact: John Lang, Finance Director Red Wing Housing and Redevelopment Authority 428 West Fifth Street Red Wing, MN 55066 Telephone (651)388-7571, Extension 115 (Jan.
At Fairview Red Wing: Jan. 7, 2003 Vincent Steven was born Tuesday to Christina and Scott Storing Jr. of Red Wing. At Lake City Hospital: Jan. 10, 2003 Katelyn Rose Hager was born Friday to Kelly Lovelace and Chad Hager of Lake City.
At Fairview Red Wing: Jan. 4, 2003 Kaden Roy was born Saturday to Dawn and Michael Andersen of Red Wing.
Jail book-ins Saturday Fredrick Hanson, 18, 325 Plum St., by Red Wing police, warrant for probation violation. Scott Fulp, 37, St.
Dawnbreakers Kiwanis Dawnbreakers Kiwanis will meet at 6:45 a.m. Thursday at the St. James Hotel. Joe Juliar of the Red Wing Police Department will talk about the use of non-lethal weapons. Duplicate Bridge Sign-in for duplicate bridge will be at 12:15 p.m. Thursday at the Senior Center. Bring a partner. For information, call Barb, 385-9359. Social Singles Social Singles will meet at 6:30 p.m. Friday at the Bluffs in Hager City. For information, call 267-0755. Newcomers Club Newcomers Ladies Night Out will be at 7 p.m.
What becomes of the clothes we drop off at Goodhue County Recycling Center? Do they go to shelters? Goodwill? -- Debbie J. Olson, Welch Regarding the article, "Council asks staff to help identify cuts" (R-E, Jan. 11): "If it saves one job, then there's nothing wrong with it," Council member Harold McKinley was quoted. While this strategy may have been effective and appropriate as a union steward/official; it is neither effective nor appropriate as a City Council strategy.
PUBLIC NOTICE The Goodhue County Board of Adjustment will meet on Monday, January 27, 2003, at 7:30 p.m. in the Goodhue County Justice Center, Jury Assembly Room located at 454 West Sixth Street in Red Wing, Minnesota. Items on the agenda are: 1. Charles Blastervold Pt of W 1/2 of NW 1/4, Sec 26, T111N, R17W, Leon Township. Request is for a variance to build a house addition 18-ft from the septic drainfield and not the required 20-ft setback. 2.
Not so fast, Harold McKinley was told Monday night after it appeared he'd be the next City Council representative on the Red Wing Port Authority. The council voted 4-2 to replace Roy Harley with former Council member Jack Byrne, who was the choice of Council President Steve Castner. Council member Mike Hall was absent. Then the two freshmen council members submitted McKinley's name as one of two council liaisons to the economic development agency. Dean Hove made the motion, and Joe Krueger made the second.
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