Gaylord Area

Gaylord Area

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

Businesses are invited to participate in the Gaylord Chamber of Commerce business expo, which will be held April 18. The business expo, "Gathering Showcase," will be held at the Gaylord campus of th Sibley East School from 10 a.m....
Gaylord’s City Council learned Wednesday that there are preliminary plans to construct a new ambulance garage directly east of the Fire Hall. Dale Breuer, council member liaison to the ambulance service, announced the plans. Breuer told The Hub...
With the sour economy, it has proven to be a difficult time to sell real estate. But, that wasn’t the case for the City of Gaylord as it took only two months to sell the Heritage House. Council members, in...
What and how the City of Gaylord will be paying for the electricity to operate its community sign at the corner of Fifth Street and Main Avenue has been clarified. Last week, Gaylord's Economic Development Authority (EDA) approved an...
A familiar face to many people in the area has been named interim Police Chief for the City of Gaylord. Council members, Wednesday, unanimously approved the recommendation to hire Kevin Guggisberg as the City’s interim chief. He will fill...
To help fund building projects and street improvements, the City of Gaylord will need to stray from its standard tax levy increase of recent years. It is proposing a 12.55% increase in property taxes in 2009. In September, the City...
Gaylord's Economic Develop-ment Coordinator Pat Pinske may continue in her position, even though she has filed for City Council, according to City Administrator Lonny Johnson. Johnson told the Hub that the City Charter states that a person cannot serve...
Revitalizing downtown Gaylord. That concept has been discussed for several years but now preliminary steps are being taken to make a new and improved downtown become a reality. Redeveloping Gaylord’s downtown was one of the suggestions made by the...
It was the consensus of the City Council last week that engineers should plan for an on-street recreational trail in conjunction with the 2008 street and utility improvement project. Gaylord’s Trail Committee has proposed constructing a trail along Lincoln...
Gaylord's new website, exploregaylord.org, is now up and running, after a three-year process. City Administrator Kevin McCann reports that this website went "live" Friday. The website has the ability to provide more information and it integrates the latest technology,...