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Crosslake Ideal Lions Contributes to Central Lakes Rotary

The Crosslake Ideal Lions contributed $5000 to the Central Lakes Rotary Club for the “Rotary Ends Human Trafficking (REHT) Music Festival”. The Festival is scheduled for August 12-14, 2022. All profits will be used to bring Awareness and Education to Cass and Crow Wing Counties about human trafficking and also to support Survivors with their healing.

The REHT Music Festival will be held at the Lakes Music & Events Park in Pine River, 1/2 mile north of Pine River on Highway 371,

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Crosslake Council Discusses Sewer Plant Proposal

The Crosslake City Council met for a 10:00 a.m. Special Meeting on Thursday, January 6th to discuss the hiring process for a Planning and Zoning Administrator position, the use of PeopleService to run the Sewer Plant, and to discuss moving Public Works Department to the Community Center.

Council members Dave Schrupp and John Andrews attended via Zoom.

Planning and Zoning Administrator Position
Mayor Dave Nevin opened the meeting by stating he was informed by city staff that out of the five applications received for the Planning and Zoning Administrator position, only three had the minimum qualifications for the position. Nevin expressed concern that maybe there were not enough applicants.

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Crosslake Ideal Lions Contributes $15,000 to Lions KidSight MD5M

The Crosslake Ideal Lions donated $15,000 to the Lions KidSight MD5M this past December.

Lions KidSight MD5M is a nationwide program that safeguards the vision of children 6 months through 6 years. According to educational experts, 80% of learning is visual. So if children can't see well, it is much more difficult for them to learn efficiently. Yet most young children don't get their vision screened until they have problems learning or paying attention in school. By then, it may already be too late. Unless vision problems are detected early and corrected, they risk becoming permanent by age 7.

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Manhattan Beach City Council

The Manhattan Beach City Council met in regular session Tuesday, December 7, 2021. The following officers were present: Mayor Paul Allen; Council members Rob Amundson, Barb Hanson-Wannebo; and Clerk Treasurer, Marlene Yurek. Councilmember, Jean Amundson was absent.

Council approved the agenda with the addition new business funding from Sourcewell. Council approved the November 2021 minutes as presented, and the claims as printed including Crow Wing Power.

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