Local News Headlines – Thursday, September 16

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THE WINDOM E-D-A MET THIS WEEK.   THE E-D-A APPROVED A LETTER OF INTENT WITH CEMSTONE.  CEMSTONE HAS AGREED TO PURCHASE A LOT IN THE NORTH WINDOM INDUSTRIAL PARK FOR JUST OVER $102-THOUSAND.  THE E-D-A WILL BE APPLYING FOR A CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT TO OPERATE A CONCRETE PLANT AT THAT LOCATION.  THE E-D-A ALSO APPROVED A SEPARATE LETTER OF INTENT WITH CEMSTONE.  CEMSTONE HAS AGREED TO SELL 34 ACRES OF PROPERTY TO THE E-D-A FOR JUST OVER $1.1-MILLION.  THE E-D-A AGREED TO SEND OUT A ‘REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS,’ SEEKING BIDS TO WORK ON THE REDEVELOPMENT OF THE CEMSTONE SITE FOR A HOUSING SUB-DIVISION.  PROPOSALS MUST BE SUBMITTED BY NOVEMBER 17TH.  A BID PACKET IS BEING PREPARED FOR THE DEMOLITION WORK AT THE SITE.   
 
A REGULAR MEETING OF THE WINDOM SCHOOL BOARD WAS HELD THIS WEEK.  THE ELEMENTARY AND HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPALS DISCUSSED THE START OF THE NEW SCHOOL YEAR.  THE ELEMENTARY PRINCIPAL REPORTED THAT 91 CHILDREN WENT THROUGH EARLY CHILDHOOD SCREENING AND 29 CHILDREN WERE REFERRED FOR EVALUATION.  THE SUPERINTENDENT DISCUSSED SOME TRANSPORTATION ISSUES.  DUE TO A SHORTAGE OF BUS DRIVERS, SOME ROUTES WERE COMBINED FOR THE FIRST WEEK AND THERE WERE DELAYS IN PICKUP TIMES.  THE PALMER BUS SERVICE IS WORKING TO HAVE MORE DRIVERS CERTIFIED.  FURTHER DISCUSSION WAS HELD ON THE UPCOMING VOTE ON THE OPERATING LEVY REFERENDUM AND THE CAPITAL TECHNOLOGY LEVY.  PUBLIC INFORMATIONAL MEETINGS WILL BE HELD ON OCTOBER 13TH AND OCTOBER 18TH.   
 
THE FULDA CITY COUNCIL MET THIS WEEK.  A DISCUSSION WAS HELD ON THE PROPOSED 2022 CITY BUDGET AND PROPERTY TAX LEVY.  DIFFERENT OPTIONS ARE BEING CONSIDERED FOR EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION AND HEALTH INSURANCE.  A SPECIAL BUDGET MEETING WAS SCHEDULED FOR SEPTEMBER 21ST.  THE COUNCIL REVIEWED A PROPOSED SEVERE WEATHER EMERGENCY PLAN FROM THE OWNERS OF THE WINDMILL PARK TRAILER COURT.  THE COUNCIL DID NOT ACCEPT THE PLAN, AND THE OWNERS WILL BE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT A NEW PROPOSAL.  THE COUNTY ACCEPTED A QUOTE TO PUT UP A FENCE AROUND THE NEW TENNIS COURTS.  THEY VOTED TO REIMBURSE THE HERITAGE SOCIETY FOR EXPENSES INCURRED WHILE RE-PAINTING THE DEPOT. 
 
THE JACKSON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS MET LAST WEEK.    A DISTRICT ENGINEER FROM MINN-DOT GAVE A PRESENTATION ON THE INTERSECTION OF COUNTY ROAD 29 AND COUNTY ROAD 34 NORTH OF ALPHA.  OPTIONS WILL BE REVIEWED TO TRY AND REDUCE THE NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS AT THE INTERSECTION.  THE COUNTY RECORDER INFORMED THE BOARD THAT SHE DOES NOT PLAN TO RUN FOR ANOTHER TERM.  THE JACKSON COUNTY BOARD ADOPTED A RESOLUTION, STATING THAT JACKSON COUNTY INTENDS TO MAKE THE OFFICE OF COUNTY RECORDER AN APPOINTED POSITION.  A PUBLIC HEARING WAS SCHEDULED FOR THE SEPTEMBER 21ST BOARD MEETING.  A JOB DESCRIPTION WAS APPROVED FOR A BUILDING OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR.