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Refugee resettlement issue is removed from county agenda

1/23/2020

By Kurt Menk
Editor

Much information regarding Executive Order 13888 regarding the resettlement of refugees within the United States has made it to the pages of the news in articles and editorials, according to Sibley County Administrator John Glisczinski.  


In a news release, Glisczinski updated the local media on an action taken in U.S. District Court in Maryland that is and will affect future action taken by local governments such as Sibley County.  


“An opinion has been issued in the Maryland District Court issuing a preliminary injunction on Executive Order 13888 pending further hearings,” said Glisczinski.  “The injunction effectively stops local governments from exercising veto powers over refugee resettlement within their jurisdictions.”

Find the complete story in the January 23, 2020 edition of the Arlington Enterprise.

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Replacement of baseball scoreboard discussed at School Board meeting

1/23/2020

By Kurt Menk
Editor

The possible replacement of the scoreboard at the Arlington Baseball Park was discussed at the regular monthly meeting of the Sibley East School Board on Tuesday night, Jan. 21.


The baseball complex, which is owned by the Sibley East Public Schools, is the home to the Arlington A’s and Sibley East Wolverines baseball teams.


Gary Kurtzweg, president of the Arlington Baseball Board, presented information on the possible purchase of a new scoreboard this year.

Find the complete story in the January 23, 2020 edition of the Arlington Enterprise.

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Letter of understanding with Ridgeview still remains tabled

1/23/2020

By Kurt Menk
Editor

An agenda item about a letter of understanding with the Ridgeview Medical Center in regard to the ambulance services during the six-month trial period remained tabled at the Arlington City Council meeting on Tuesday night, Jan. 21.


The City Council took no action on the topic.


The letter of understanding basically pertains to the costs that the Ridgeview Medical Center would charge if it needs to provide a paramedic or ambulance service during the trial period between the cities of Arlington and Gaylord.

 

Find the complete story in the January 23, 20220 edition of Arlington Enterprise.

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