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Joe Walsh doesn’t take office as the new Mille Lacs County Attorney until January, but he is already looking to sponsor an initiative on social hosting early in the year. Walsh said he wants to get the county to pass a social hosting ordinance, which in general makes it illegal for adults to provi...Read More
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Assistant Mille Lacs County Attorney Mark Herzing is still not back to work since the county upheld Mille Lacs County Attorney Jan Jude’s move to put him on a leave of absence early last summer. That is despite the County Board stating that the leave of absence would continue only as long as he wa...Read More
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After seeing his proposal fail in October to have Mille Lacs County pay its full allotted share of library funding, Commissioner Phil Peterson has successfully gotten his fellow commissioners to approve it this month. His success came near the end of the County Board’s Dec. 2 meeting after the com...Read More
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Mille Lacs County’s Dec. 2 public-input meeting on the county’s proposed 3 percent levy increase for 2015 filled the seating area, with many attendees venting frustration over tax increases and higher assessed property valuations. The County Board is proposing to levy nearly $15.17 million in 20...Read More
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With 35 of 37 precincts reporting, incumbent Sondra Erickson (R-Princeton) had a 6820 to 4250 lead over challenger James Rittenour in the race for the 15A state legislative seat. Ericsson had 61.49 percent of the vote....Read More
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Milaca private attorney Joe Walsh will be the next Mille Lacs County attorney. Walsh defeated Assistant Mille Lacs County Attorney Mark Herzing by a 4482-3928 margin. Walsh had 53 percent of the vote. Walsh had a big showing in his hometown of the city of Princeton, where he won 768-545. He won Mila...Read More
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