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32nd Annual Whitefish Chain Classic Boat Show

A nice crowd attended the 32nd Annual Whitefish Chain Antique and Classic Wood Boat Rendezvous held Saturday June 15 at Moonlite Bay Restaurant and Bar in Crosslake.

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Evening for Education Dinner & Silent Auction

A good crowd attended the annual Evening For Education fundraising dinner for the Crosslake Community School held Thursday, June 13 at Moonlite Bay Family Restaurant and Bar in Crosslake sponsored by the Lakes Area Kids Enrichment Foundation

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Committee Recommends Crosslake Sewer Extension; Mandatory Septic System Checks

The Crosslake City Council forwarded two recommendations of the Water Quality Committee appointed by Mayor David Nevin in January to the Public Works Commission when it met in regular session Monday, June 10.

The first recommendation was to extend the extend the city’s sewer system from the city hall area to County Road 16 by Moonlite Bay Family Restaurant. The expansion would involve installing a 10-inch pipe with stubs installed at all locations of potential future hookups. One pump station would also be required. No recommendation on requiring residents or businesses to hook up to the new sewer was made, nor was any assessment policy recommendation made.

The second recommendation was to revise the city’s subsurface treatment system ordinance to require all property owners with septic systems to have their systems inspected and pumped, if necessary, every three years. Property owners would be required to file reports with the city to show that the inspections had been completed.

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Crow Wing Power Member Appreciation Day and Annual Meeting Well Attended

On Saturday, it’s estimated that 2,500 people attended the 82st Crow Wing Power Member Appreciation Day and Annual Meeting. A total of 5,613 ballots were cast in this year’s Board of Directors election.

• In District 1 B, Doris Mezzenga was re-elected with 2,347 votes.

• In District 2 A, incumbent Gordon Martin received 2,146 votes and won the election over Paul Cibuzar’s 1,760 votes; Paul Thiede’s 978 votes; and John Terwilliger’s 723 votes.

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