Subd. 107.2 Special Event. Means a unique or unforeseen event of limited duration occurring within the City of Cloquet Area or within 30 miles of the primary site of the special event site which is within the City of Cloquet, and is of such significance as to allow for the relaxation of zoning requirements and the implementation of special provisions when provided in any permit, variance, or other zoning document. The Zoning Administrator shall make the final determination as to whether the significance of a special event 7 days or less in duration rises to the level of a Special Event. The Planning Commission shall be the approval authority of all special events in excess of 7 days.
"The principal investigated the situation and found the unloaded pellet gun. "The district considers this a serious violation of district policy," he added. The school district is obligated to provide educational options for the expelled student, for example online schooling or homebound instruction, if the parent chooses that option.
The city denied the Pine Journal's request for further information about Stracek because the complaint is currently under investigation, and because the data is non-public according to state statute and legal precedent set in Northwest Publications, Inc. v. City of Bloomington in 1993. Citing that case, Barclay wrote "data accessible to you and data not accessible to you is so inextricably intertwined that segregation of the data would leave the remaining part of the data with little informational value."
"We can't talk in the plant, but people hear a lot of news on the floor," said Petoletti. "We're trying to settle people down, trying to help them keep perspective and figure out how to operate under this stress while we answer any questions we can."
"The other options are far less risky, less expensive and will likely end up being far better for the students, teachers and taxpayers," Chmielewski said. "My constituents are telling me they are very concerned about this vote, especially those on fixed incomes." <
Cloquet City Council Chambers were packed with union members Tuesday, first for a vote on requiring Project Labor Agreements on any project over $175,000 that involves city funding -- public or private -- and then to show support for the police union, which passed a vote of no confidence for the police chief seven weeks ago. Citizens again addressed the council about the ongoing issue, this time in support of the police and city council, in this extremely contentious issue.
Almost 500 people dead, 52,000 displaced and over $100 million (in today's dollars) in damages ... imagine the headlines the devastation wrought by the Fires of 1918 would garner today. "That day was probably the most definitive event for the entire county that has ever occurred," noted Lisbeth Boutang, one of the leaders of the Carlton County Historical Society 1918 Fire Committee making plans to commemorate the Fires of 1918 as the 100th anniversary year approaches. "Everyone seems to know a story about the fire and how it affected their family."
Since that March 16 meeting, we've gotten to watch democracy in action. It's been exciting, and it's been messy.
. "I didn't expect anything like this when I got conned into coming here. I'm sure there are many others just as deserving." Jurek was captured by the Chinese when his unit, 2nd Engineer Combat Battalion, was overrun during the Battle of Kunu-ri, across from the Yalu River in the Korean Peninsula on Dec. 1, 1950. Of the 787 Battalion soldiers, 331 members were captured. Only 117 survived imprisonment. After the signing of the Armistice Agreement on July 27, 1953, it took one month before Jurek was released from captivity.
"Much Ado at Camp Messina" is set at a sleepaway camp in the 1980s. The boys and girls are back together as camp comes to a close and campers rush to find their summer love. Witty and stubborn archenemies Ben and Bea are secretly pushed together by their friends while bad apple Jennifer schemes to break up the hopelessly-in-love Clyde and Hero.