DL News Staff
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AND NOTICE OF INTENT TO AMEND AN ORDINANCE Pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 394 and Chapter 375, notice is hereby given that the Becker County Planning Commission shall conduct a public hearing on Tues- day, April 18th, 2006 at 6:30 P.M. in the Upper Courtroom, 2nd Floor, Becker County Courthouse, 935 Lake Avenue, Detroit Lakes, Minnesota to consider the enactment of Becker County Zoning Ordinance, Sections 4,6,11,12. The general purpose and subject matter of Zoning Ordinance Sections is as follows: 1. Purpose: To amend Section 4, Subdivision 2.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That default has occurred in the conditions of the follow- ing described mortgage: DATE OF MORTGAGE: July 16, 2003 ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF MORTGAGE: $132,000.00 MORTGAGOR(S): Jeremy Sonnenberg and Rebecca C. Gannon, both single MORTGAGEE: Washington Mutual Bank, FA DATE AND PLACE OF FILING: Filed July 24, 2003, Becker County Recorder; Docu- ment No.
INVITATION TO BID Sealed bids will be received at the Environmental Services Department Office Becker County 835 Lake Avenue P.O. Box 787 Detroit Lakes, MN 56502 for the Transportation of Solid Waste from the Becker County Transfer Station located near Detroit Lakes to the Fargo Landfill located at Fargo, North Dakota. Approximately 18,000 tons of solid waste per year are transported a distance of 56 miles.
TEAM Foundation has awarded a $2,500 grant to Headwaters Intervention Center to support the Center's Sojourners Home in Park Rapids. Sojourners Home provides transitional housing to battered women in the area who would otherwise be homeless. "We get no state or federal funding for our transitional house," says Audrey Iverson, HIC executive director.
It was spring of 1986, remembers Laurel Niemi and Deb Ormseth. That was the date when the twosome was hired and began to work for their current employer, Consolidated Abstract Company of Becker County, Inc. "I was hired March 31," said Ormseth. "My hire date was April 7," added Niemi. Today, Niemi is an abstractor for Consolidated Abstract, and Ormseth works with title insurance, commercial files and collection. Niemi helps to maintain their computer network system, and both she and Ormseth are licensed abstractors. "When we started, there were only five us," said Ormseth.
The Becker County Humane Society has the following animal that was recently found: adult female dog, long coat, black with white on chest, collar, near Elbow Lake Village. female pup, black with brown trim, east of Detroit Lakes on Highway 10. To claim this pet or if interested in adoption, call 218-847-0511 and leave a message.
A felony complaint was filed against a Detroit Lakes man in Becker County District Court Tuesday. Bamo Shafek, 26, of 502 West Front Street, is accused of second-degree sale of a controlled substance. The charge carries a maximum penalty of 25 years in prison and/or a $500,000 fine. According to the court complaint, Shafek allegedly sold a total of 3.1 grams of methamphetamine in April 2005 to a confidential reliable informant, totaling $940.
Tuesday, March 28 at 1:30 a.m., a White Earth teenager was treated at St. Mary's Regional Health Center, Detroit Lakes, for an accidental, self-inflicted gunshot wound to his upper leg.
A Frazee woman was sentenced on a felony charge in Becker County District Court Wednesday. District Judge John Pearson stayed imposition of sentence against Brandi Wilson, 26, of 607 7th Street Southeast. She was charged with third-degree burglary. Wilson must serve 99 days in jail with credit for time served, was fined $1,087, make restitution of $315 and be on supervised probation for up to five years. Wilson was accused of stealing items from a Becker County resident in May 2005 and selling them to a Frazee pawn shop.
Question: A friend's car was hit while parked in a local business parking lot. While this upsets a guy, he thought there was nothing that could be done. After getting the bill for the repairs, much higher than expected, he submitted it to his insurance. His insurance company wants a copy of the police report, but now when he went to the police they said he waited too long to report it. Now his insurance company says they won't pay for the repairs.