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School district swings into action after mold alert

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Wednesday, 31 August 2011 12:44

Officials: Students in no danger at Sunset School

 

    An air quality problem at Sunset School has forced Clear Lake school officials to relocate students and staff within the school building this week.  Mid-Iowa Environmental was on the scene Monday to eradicate potential areas of mold on the north side of the roof deck.  The mold does not present an immediate health risk.
    Superintendent Anita Micich said the district was informed Aug. 23 of a concern regarding the air quality in the building which had been directed to the Cerro Gordo Public Health Department by a

   

Lake School Board promises quick response to Ventura question

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Wednesday, 31 August 2011 12:40

What are you offering?

 

    Clear Lake and Ventura School Boards held a joint meeting Tuesday evening, Aug. 23, at Area Education Agency 267 to discuss past, present and possible future sharing opportunities. 
    According to Clear Lake School Board President Tom Lovell, the meeting provided the opportunity for the Clear Lake Board to hear directly from Ventura officials about goals they have for their district in the face of future financial challenges.  Days earlier the Ventura Board held a community meeting to discuss the future of the district, including the exploration of whole grade sharing with the Garner-Hayfield School District.

   

Brant files papers to run for Ward 1 City Council seat

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Wednesday, 31 August 2011 12:36

    Dana Brant, 1201 N. 5th St., has announced his candidacy for the Clear Lake City Council Ward 1 seat being vacated by Shane Cooney.
    Brant, a real estate investor and contractor, said he considers the time to be right to become more involved with the community he has called home since 2001.  The York, Penn., native has four

   

Work will begin on next Central Gardens building

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Wednesday, 31 August 2011 12:33

    Work is expected to be begin this week on the new “Mother Earth Workshop” at Central Gardens of North Iowa.  Chip Kinsey, president of the Central Gardens Board of directors, said a special board

   

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