Gaylord Area

Gaylord Area

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

County Road 21 may soon have a new route in Gaylord. Gaylord's City Council recently gave the preliminary go-ahead to vacate four blocks of County Road 21 from Highway 5/19 (Third Street) north to Lincoln Avenue and designate CR...
Although one pot of money for the Lake Titloe clean-up efforts has dried up, some money for the project still remains in another bill. State Rep. Terry Morrow said last week that Governor Pawlenty vetoed the bonding bill, which...
Last week residents were mailed an envelope with information about the drive. Donations may be given to 19 different charities. Undesignated donations will be equally divided between the 19 charities. Checks should be written to "Gaylord Combined Charities." Donations...
Gaylord's Planning and Zoning Commission, next week, will consider proposed updates to the City's mobile home park ordinance. Donald Lannoye, attorney with the Schauer Law Office of Winthrop, explained to Gaylord Economic Development Authority Monday, that the commission first...
You will notice an increase in refuse rates on your next bill from the City of Gaylord. Council members, last week, approved Gaylord Sanitation’s request for a 75¢ increase on garbage rates. The increase is effective immediately. Darrel Frauendienst, of...
A demonstration targeting a Gaylord Police Department officer is scheduled to be held in front of City Hall on Thursday. Centro Campesino Inc. announced that it will conduct a “public-peaceful” demonstration targeting the law enforcement tactics of officer Eric...
Gaylord is a finalist for a visit by the Minnesota Design Team this fall. Chuck Klimmek, president of the Gaylord Economic Development Authority, reported at the EDA meeting Monday night that Gaylord has made the "first cut" with the...
Gaylord’s City Council, on Wednesday, agreed to push back the start date for new Police Chief Thomas Fadden. Fadden, of New Prague, was scheduled to assume duties with the City on Monday, April 5th. As per Fadden’s request,...
A proposed recreational trail along Lincoln Avenue/CSAH 21 prompted concern from residents last week during a public hearing on Gaylord’s 2008 Street and Utility Improvement project. According to Acting City Administrator Lori Waltz, approximately 30 residents attended the one-hour...

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