Photograph of the Week
Indigo Bunting - “A scrap of blue sky on the ground.” - photo by Dan Laakso
Stop Work Order Approved by Crosslake Council
The Crosslake City Council approved a recommendation for stop work order against a property owner in Crosslake for an un-permitted patio replacement in the shore impact zone. The motion passed by a 4-1 vote at the regular monthly meeting held June 10, 2013.
Voting no was council member Mark Wessels.
Ken Anderson, Community Development Director, told council he had brought the issue forth at a council member’s request.
Anderson’s memo to council states that while staff was conducting an inspection of the Oak Crest outlots for a rip rap installation on June 3, they observed construction equipment working within the shore impact zone at the residence of Wayne Reinking on Red Oak Circle.
‘Coming Home at Last’: New book release by Crosslake author, Mike Holst
Continuing with his tradition, of releasing a new book each year, Crosslake Author Mike Holst is especially proud of this year’s release. For those of you who haven’t followed Mike’s books closely, this is the ninth book he has published.
The book, “Coming Home at Last’ takes place in Boston and the South Pacific. It’s a clever and intriguing story of Devon Harrington, a young college professor who gets caught up in an espionage plot with an old Navy buddy. Then, lost at sea for weeks Devon is rescued but barely survives and is nursed back to health by Annie, his rescuer.
Northland Press | P.O. Box 145 | Outing, MN 56662 | (218) 692-5842