The district was seeking a $33 million bond referendum in support of the construction of a new school for students in Early Childhood through 12th grade. It was the third referendum the district has sought in the last nine years — and the third to be defeated.
It’s a road the Moose Lake School District has been down before. Next Tuesday, May 21, the district will seek a $33 million bond referendum in support of the construction of a new school for students in early childhood through 12th grade.
Pat Oman said his eight-year run as Carlton County economic development director has been fulfilling, but added that being selected as the new city administrator for the city of Moose Lake is “a good career path for me.”
“The Platte Valley Boys” and “Tim and Cindy” will share the stage at 8 p.m. Friday, April 19, at the Moose Lake Schools Auditorium, 413 Birch Ave. Tickets are $12 in advance, $15 at the door, $5 for teens, and free
for kids age 12 and under.
The bill that was passed on to another Senate committee Monday requires the state to find “an adequate number of facilities” around the state to treat sex offenders who have completed their prison terms instead of the current system that send serious offenders to state hospitals in Moose Lake and St. Peter.
Residents and visitors to Moose Lake will soon have a new dining option. In a combined meeting with the Moose Lake Planning Commission Tuesday night, the Moose Lake City Council approved a development agreement with Land &Lease Development, LLC that lays the groundwork for a McDonald’s restaurant to be constructed on land along the Highway 73 corridor near Interstate 35.
The city of Moose Lake may have to wait a while longer to learn if the local option sales tax that voters endorsed last November will make it through the legislature – but the wheels are currently in motion.
Last Thursday, State Senator Tony Lourey of Senate District 11 and Representative Mike Sundin of House District 11A introduced companion bills in the Minnesota State Legislature to secure $20 million in state bonding dollars toward the construction of a new Moose Lake School.
The Cloquet-Esko-Carlton boys’ hockey team snapped a three-game losing streak with an important 4-2 win over Stillwater on Saturday night at Northwoods Credit Union Arena. In the meantime, the Moose Lake Area boys (0-22-0) lost two games last week.
Sen. Tony Lourey says Moose Lake was hit with a “triple whammy” of issues: aging facilities, extremely low tax base and a natural disaster. School officials are asking voters and the legislature to help the district build new on higher ground.
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