Wednesday 30 July 2014
 

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Site work begins for warehouse, distribution center

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Wednesday, 09 April 2014 15:22

Excavation equipment arrived on Lots 6 and 7 in the Larry Luker Memorial Industrial Park Tuesday morning to begin preparing the site for a warehouse and distribution center which will employ 164 persons.

Windmill Realty LLC purchased the land immediately west of Titan Pro on 12th Avenue South for $920,700 from Snyder Construction Partnership LLP.  Charlson Excavating, Clear Lake, is doing the site work for the planned 360,000 square foot facility.  The building plan is expected to come before the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission at its next meeting April 15.  Construction is then estimated to take 12-18 months.

   

Clipping for cash

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Wednesday, 09 April 2014 15:20

Box tops can equal big money for Clear Lake school

We all know that clipping some coupons can save you some change.  But did you know box tops are worth thousands?

Last year Clear Creek Elementary School received $5,219.60 just from box tops turned in by the community and trimmed, bundled and sent in by volunteers.

Sure, it takes a lot of box tops to make that kind of money-- 52,196 to be exact, but it’s an easy way for the school district to receive over $20,000 annually say Julie Jones and Shawn Neuman, who have been heading up the box top effort this school year.

   

RAGBRAI group develops rules for vendors during July 23 stop here

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Wednesday, 09 April 2014 15:18

“One aspect of having RAGBRAI visit a community is the opportunity for individuals, organizations, and businesses to generate income as a vendor.  While a perception is that everyone can ‘get rich’ when RAGBRAI comes to town, the fact is that will not happen, however those who want to get involved, do some extra work, have some fun, and make a nice profit will probably meet their expectations,” explains Diane Thompson, chair of the local committee planning for the RAGBRAI visit to Clear Lake July 23.

   

Making space

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Wednesday, 02 April 2014 15:47

Former fire station is being transformed for police use

Renovations at Clear Lake City Hall which will more than double the space allotted to the police department are beginning to take shape.

Police Chief Rex McChesney says King Construction, which was awarded the $1.14 million contract, is rapidly transforming the former fire station into space for booking, interview rooms, IT rooms, evidence and weapons storage, a detective’s office, officer locker room, showers and more.

   

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