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Fifty Lakes City Council Approves Preliminary Tax Levy/Budget

The Regular Monthly Meeting of the Fifty Lakes City Council was held on Tuesday, September 12th, 2023. In attendance was Mayor Toni Buchite; Council members Gary Staples, Mark Bradley, and Randy Zeigler. City Clerk Ann Raph; Deputy Clerk; Jessica Istvanovich; Planning and Zoning Administrator Justin Burslie; and Maintenance Supervisor Chad Wosmek. Council member Jill Radman was absent.

The council approved agenda additions as follows: quotes from Northern Lakes Electric and Tiber ridge Electric under Parks; Invoice from Nardini Fire Equipment under Liquor, and Kego Lake Road Management and Brush Dump under Roads.

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Adventure and Romance

"Enchanted April" is a gentle and romantic London-to-Italy comedy showcasing a veteran cast from area communities in the Pequot Lakes Community Theatre.

Production runs October 5, 7, 12, and 14 at 7 p.m. and October 8 and 15 at 2 p.m. in the Pequot Lakes High School Theater.

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Manhattan Beach Council Approves Preliminary Levy, Hires Deputy Clerk

The regular monthly meeting of the Manhattan beach City Council was held on September 5th, 2023. The following officers were present: Mayor Paul Allen, Council Members, Barb Hanson, Steve Amans, Jean Amundson and Clerk-Treasurer, Marlene Yurek.

Council approved the addition of allocation of funds for voters for Crow Wing County and Joint Powers agreement under new business.

The council approved the minutes of the August 1, 2023 minutes and Clerk/Treasurer’s report as presented and to include Crow Wing Power

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Funds raised for Cancer Patients

A total of $14,002 was raised for area cancer patients through the Erin’s Wish events that were held in Ironton the last week of July in memory and honor of Erin Broadhead who at age 50 lost her fight with colon cancer. The amount compares to $9,347 raised at last year’s inaugural event.

All the proceeds benefit Cuyuna Regional Medical Center’s Courage Cabinet which makes cancer patient’s journey a little easier by providing financial assistance to help meet basic needs and allow them to focus on healing.

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