Thursday, November 29, 2012

News Preview for Nov. 29th


City continues fight for old football field

Lennox City Council met on Monday night. One of the items on the agenda involved the school district land, namely the old football field. The school let bids for both the old football field and the old administration building. They allowed the properties to be bid together or separately. They received one bid for both properties from Lennox Properties LLC for $142,000. The City of Lennox has the first right of refusal on the old football field. 
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Worthing gives notice of disciplinary action to police chief:

Action could result in two week suspension
Worthing City Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, Nov. 19th. 
After approval of the October financial reports and previous minutes, the Commissioner authorized the Mayor to sign an agreement with the City of Sioux Falls for use of the Regional Landfill. Mayor Eric Saugstad said the City signs the agreement every couple of year.
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Festival of Tables and Tour of Homes on Saturday

Celebrate the holiday season this Saturday beginning with the Lennox Band Booster’s Festival of Tables at the LWC Middle School Cafetorium. Doors open for the event at 9:30 a.m. with brunch served at 10:45 a.m. The cost is $10 in advance or $12 at the door. Tickets are sold at Lewis Drug. Providing entertainment will be the LHS Jazz Band and various solos and ensembles.
At 4 p.m. the Tour of Homes, sponsored by the Lennox Area Historical Society, will open their doors. The museum will be open, as well as the homes of Joe and Nicole Woessner, 201 S Garfield St.; Sheldon and Julie Schelling, 220 S Lincoln St.; Dave and Pam Van Middendorp, 813 S Elm St., and Lorin and Mary Brass, 46652 278th St.
Tickets for the tour are $8 and can be purchased in advance at Lennox Lewis Drug or in any of the homes or the museum on the night of the tour. You may tour the homes from 4-7 p.m., the museum is open from 3-8 p.m. These events are fund-raisers for the sponsoring organizations.
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