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Larson Group/Keller Williams lends a helping hand to local businesses

Web posted May 26, 2020
Larson Group/Keller Williams of Crosslake donated the use of their electronic billboard on Route 3 to the local restaurants to promote their curbside, take-out and delivery service during the bar and restaurant shut down. - photo by Paul Boblett

Appreciation shown to Healthcare Workers

Web posted May 26, 2020
Whitefish at the Lakes, in Crosslake, showed their appreciation to their employees with a “Thank You to our Healthcare Heroes” banner on May 19, 2020 - Photo submitted

Emily City Council

The Emily City Council held their regular monthly meeting by conference call on Tuesday, April 14, 2020. Council members Bryce Butcher, Wesley Friesner, Gerhart Hanson, and Bill Spiess attended. Also attending were Tom Pearson, City Attorney, Jeff Ledin, City Engineer, and Cari Johnson, City Clerk/Treasurer. All attendance was remote due to the public health pandemic.

Council approved the agenda and consent calendar that included council meeting minutes for March 10 and 17; Treasurer’s report; and bank balances and claims.

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Council unanimously approved a motion to request roofing contractors to inspect the City Hall roof and provide quotes for replacement with a deadline of May 29, 2020.

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True North Ranch brings joy to residents at Golden Horizons in Crosslake

Two horses from True North Ranch in Merrifield visited the residents and staff at Golden Horizons in Crosslake on Monday, May 18, 2020. Staff members from True North Ranch walked the horses outside along the windows giving apple treats to the horses and brought joy to the residents of Golden Horizons.

One Golden Horizon staff member said that many of the residents had not been out since March 12th. Residents were delighted to pet the horses, watch a demonstration, and even feed them some treats.

Lee Shelstad of True North Ranch said “We were all blessed to make this day a special one. Even one of the students we serve was able to join us and share in giving others a much needed smile!”

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Manhattan Beach City Council

The regular monthly meeting of Manhattan Beach City Council was called to order by Mayor Paul Allen was held on Tuesday May 5th 2020 at 7:00 p.m. via telephone due to the pandemic of the COVID-19 virus.

Following officers answered to roll call: Council members Barb Hanson-Wannebo, Michael Dozark, Janis Allen and Marlene Yurek, Clerk Treasurer.

A motion was made by Council Member Barb Hanson-Wannebo, seconded by Council Member Janis Allen to approve the March minutes with one correction concerning a letter to residents to be discussed under new business.

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