After a lung transplant and three months at a hospital in Pittsburgh, Lake County Commissioner Paul Bergman returned to Two Harbors at the end of April, just in time to experience some late-season snow storms.
Add rusty crayfish to the list.
The Lake County Board of Commissioners is considering a request from the White Iron Chain of Lakes Association (WICOLA) in Ely to help pay for traps to slow the spread of rusty crayfish, an invasive species.
The Lake County Board of Commissioners met on Tuesday with a familiar face returning after a three-month hiatus. Commissioner Paul Bergman had been sidelined with health problems since January, when he left for Pittsburgh to receive a lung transplant. With one new lung, he reported that he is doing much better and his lung capacity is almost back to normal.
School district funding was on the minds of many commissioners at Tuesday’s county board meeting. In other meetings the county administrator and commissioners have attended, the Secure Rural Schools Act, Thye-Blatnik Act and payments in lieu of taxes have been topics of discussion.
I was encouraged to run as the candidate with county experience, expert at funding streams and mandates, a longtime member of the police commission, and as encouraging of tourism and living-wage jobs. I tell the truth and I speak up.
Politics, the budget and a whole lot more. That tough job description has now been attached to Laurel Buchanan as she comes here via Superior for the position of administrative clerk of the Lake County Board of Commissioners.
The road to a reconstructed Highway 61, countywide broadband and a new Two Harbors marina went through Washington, D.C. last week when a group of local elected officials spent two days lobbying at the nation’s Capitol.
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