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Ellis to play from new album at Nisswa concert May 6

Grassroots Concerts welcomes a return performance by the gifted Ellis at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, May 6 in Nisswa at the Live Well Nightclub and Coffee Bar.

The season-ending concert will showcase her latest acclaimed recording, 2016’s “The Guest House,” her first studio album since the birth of her daughter in 2010.

Her previous appearance on the Grassroots Concerts stage came in October of 2010.

Ellis named her ninth full-length recording “The Guest House,” inspired by the Rumi poem of the same name. Like the poem, her album covers the joys and pain of life and loss, inviting them all in as welcome guests.

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Manhattan Beach to hold public hearing on interim use permits

Manhattan Beach’s Planning and Zoning Commission held its first meeting in a year on Monday, April 18, and decided to hold a public hearing so residents can weigh in on whether the city should be able to issue interim use permits.

The meeting came after the city lost a lawsuit that resulted in part of its land use ordinance being deemed null and void by the court. The lawsuit, which was resolved March 3, was filed by residents Larry and Marilyn Wannebo against the City of Manhattan Beach, Steve and Laurie Peterson, and Northern Lakes Landscaping, the Petersons’ business. The Petersons were granted a home occupation permit (HOP) by the city for Northern Lakes Landscaping.

Larry and Marilyn Wannebo argued that the city exceeded its authority in granting the HOP to Northern Lakes Landscaping. The court ruled in Larry and Marilyn Wannebo’s favor, and the portion of the city’s code which allows for the issuance  of home occupation permits was ruled null and void, and so was the Petersons’ home occupation permit.

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Crosslake Fire Department live burn training

The Crosslake Fire Department trained with a live burn ventilation trailer on Wednesday, April 13th at the Joint Maintenance facility in Crosslake.

The training was conducted by FIRE Inc. and instructor Scott Slimmer.

Crosslake Fire chief Chip Lohmiller stated that the firefighters trained on scene set up, fire ground operations, incident command, pump operations, fire suppression, communications, accountability, ladders, roof operations, and ventilation.

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Fifty Lakes City Council highlights

Unapproved, draft meeting minutes from the April 12 Fifty Lakes City Council meeting show the council appointed two members to the Golden Eagle Environmental Committee: Gordy Reller and council member Jay Weinmann.

The appointment came about after the council discussed water testing results for Golden Eagle Golf Course. The council requested that testing to be done in May be brought to the June council meeting, when the council will act on a request from Golden Eagle Golf to eliminate total suspended solids in the water.

The council also discussed its revised draft land use ordinance. The council will review the ordinance and send changes to the city clerk by the end of the month. The council may hold one more meeting to discuss the ordinance before a public hearing is held at the beginning of June.

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