Sunday, March 3, 2002

 

 

Real estate recording increased

Recorder's office requests help 

A continued 70 percent increase in real estate transaction recordings since last year has prolonged the need for extra help in the county recorder's office, Bob Bambenek told the Winona County Board Tuesday night.

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Board votes to continue moving fifth graders to WMS

Fifth grade students will continue moving to the Winona Middle School, according to the ISD 861 School Board Thursday night. The resolution comes despite a recent flurry of parental concern about the soundness of the idea, spotlighted by a recent PTA survey in which a number of elementary parents rejected the concept.

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Rural addressing: the names have it

In a first step towards assigning rural addresses, the Winona County Rural Addressing Task Force decided Wednesday that names, rather than numbers, will be used to identify unnamed county roads.

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Mayor to declare March 11-15 as Daffodil Days 2002

Mayor Jerry Miller will be issuing a proclamation at the March 4, Council Meeting naming March 11-15 as Daffodil Days 2002 in Winona. He urges all residents of Winona County to support this special occasion by purchasing daffodils. This money will be used for cancer research, education and patient services.

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