Gaylord Area

Gaylord Area

News pertaining to the operations of Gaylord's local government.

Gaylord Mayor Election Results

Gaylord voters made history in Tuesday’s general election when they selected Brenda Pautsch to be the City’s first woman Mayor. Pautsch won the election by getting 44.69% of the votes cast in Gaylord. She received the support of 341...
Incumbent Jessica Uecker was the top vote getter Tuesday in the Gaylord City Council race while newcomers Jim Landaas and Shawn Losure also gained seats. Uecker and challengers Landaas, Losure and Susan Johnson-Schmitt were vying for three spots on...
A special election will determine which direction the City of Gaylord takes with its police department. That was the option chosen by the City Council after a public hearing was held Wednesday to discuss law enforcement in Gaylord. In an...
In order to be prepared for the future, Gaylord's Economic Development Authority, Monday, decided to move ahead with a study for the future expansion of Gaylord's industrial park. In January, the EDA received a proposal from SEH for engineering...
A charge of discrimination against Gaylord Police Officer Eric Boon has been dismissed by the Minnesota Department of Human Rights. In October of 2008, Centro Campesino filed a Charge of Discrimination against Boon. Centro Campesino filed the charge on...
Gaylord High School graduate Tadd Kreun is among an elite list of architects. He has been awarded Fellowship in the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), the highest honor achievable in this professional organization. Kreun was inducted as a Fellow...
Gaylord's proposed tax levy for 2011 is seen as the "worst case scenario." The proposed 2011 tax levy is $1,018,497, which reflects a 38.2% increase from the 2010 levy of $737,125. Workshops are being planned to potentially trim the...
The new Gaylord Area Aquatic Center project is expected to be under budget. Gaylord's City Council, last week, awarded contractor bids for new aquatic center. Contracts for construction total $2,056,167. Three area contractors were awarded portions of the project. Chard...
A second change order for Gaylord's 2010 street and utility construction project was approved by the City Council last week. The change will be a net increase of $10,397.33. Justin Black, engineer with SEH, explained that the change is for...
After further research, a staff committee has recommended proceeding with annexation of land south of Gaylord. The area includes the Jim Peterson/Gary Webster land north of Mud Lake to Railroad Avenue and land south of the industrial park. A committee,...