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North Iowa businessman wants to turn tower into home

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Wednesday, 01 October 2014 13:02

by Marianne Morf

Could Clear Lake’s soon-to-be abandoned water tower become a home?
 That’s what Stick Stecker is proposing. The North Iowa businessman is pursuing a plan to purchase the water tower near the Four Winds addition on Highway 18 West and turn it into a multi-story home with a 360-degree view.
 “I think it’s the greatest idea in the world,” said Stecker, who has gone to the extent of having an architect draw up 

   

City: Plan is to dismantle un-needed towers

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Wednesday, 01 October 2014 13:00

 Speculation about the future of the soon-to-be defunct Highway 18 water tower may come to an end Monday night, Oct. 6. The City Council is expected to discuss a timeline for demolishing the 250,000 gallon multi-leg storage tower.

 City Administrator Scott Flory said the City has not received any offer to purchase the water tower, however he is aware of interest to turn the elevated structure into a home. 

   

GHV Homecoming court

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Wednesday, 01 October 2014 12:57

This is Homecoming week at Garner-Hayfield/Ventura High School. Members of the Homecoming court include Queen candidates (front row L-R): Tiara Van Gerpen, Taylor Vossberg, Mikah Millard, Grace Tusha and Emily Spilman. King 

   

Representatives chosen for new GHV School Board

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Wednesday, 01 October 2014 12:57

 Garner-Hayfield and Ventura School Boards have chosen members for a new board to represent a consolidated school district. Both boards met Sept. 15 in the wake of a successful school consolidation vote on Sept. 9.

   

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