McLean County Independent News

July 11, 2018

Council ignores advice

Garrison City Council members struggled for nearly an hour to reach a consensus, often shouting to get their points across.

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In the wake of the fifth failed bond election for Garrison Schools, the Garrison School Board is preparing for the first band aid of many.

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Following the final big storm of June, Garrison and the surrounding area were littered with debris with the Roseglen area seeing field flooding.

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Camp of the Cross Ministries welcomed three international counselors to its shores last month.

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Administrators hung their heads in defeat as the results for the Garrison School District bond referendum election were read.

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Cheryl McCullough had one concern on her mind when she attended the final informational meeting last week about the upcoming school bond election: security.

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There wasn’t a dull moment at the most recent meeting of the Garrison Park Board. From the condition the contractor left the park’s new bathrooms in, to the conduct of the lifeguards at the Garrison Swimming Pool, the June 13 meeting became heated at times.

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As the level of Lake Sakakawea rose, so did the number of phone calls to the Riverdale U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' office during the past week.

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Garrison’s City Council recently voted to renew the police contract it has with McLean County for approximately $158,000. Garrison will pay the county approximately $3,000 more this year than last, or about two percent more.

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Lines of stock trailers and vehicles belonging to volunteers packed an area of the Breuer ranch Saturday. The smell of burnt hair wafted through the air and the bellows from concerned cows, separated from their calves, could be heard at vast distances.

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