5 years ago
November 16, 2017
The U.S. Post Office is recommending cluster boxes be installed in Frazee. The Frazee Planning and Zoning committee was informed of the post office’s desire to discontinue delivering mail curbside and instead deliver mail to a centralized location where several boxes would be installed. A letter from Jeff Hubert of the Post Office was submitted to the committee for review.
Town Lake’s city beach will receive a natural makeover in the spring as the Frazee City Council approved a natural restoration plan during its monthly meeting Monday, Nov. 13. The cost of the project was just shy of $12,000 and included a 10 percent contingency for unforeseen additional work. Half of the amount paid will be returned to the city, as Becker County Soil and Water offered a 50 percent cost share.
The City of Frazee will host a public hearing on what to do with the city-owned liquor store on Monday, Dec. 11 at 6 p.m. in the Frazee Fire Hall. In 2016 the business ran at an operating loss of $40,459 and is required by the state to host a public hearing. Financials for the liquor store report the business at a loss of $60,211 for the year 2017. Frazee City Administrator Denise Anderson said the city is still working on learning the accounting software, and is working hard to get the books updated and correct.
25 years ago
November 13, 1997
There’s a new option on the horizon for elderly housing. A family foursome will soon be opening New Horizons, an adult foster care center which could house up to 10 seniors. This new venture will be located on the shores of Wyler Lake in a rambling home on the lake’s northeastern shore. Early December is the target opening date. The home itself, presently owned by Ken and Marlys Jacobson, has been home to foster children for years. Soon, the 10,000 square foot fieldstone home will be renovated and take on an older clientele.
A decision on whether or not to accept the United Community Bank building is expected to be made at a special Frazee City Council meeting on Monday night. United Community Bank, which is expected to move to its new location on Main Avenue Dec. 6-7, has offered its present location to the Frazee EDA at no charge. While the EDA has formally accepted the building, final approval of the plan must come from the Frazee City Council.
Groups and individuals with musical talent or entertainment they’d like to share are needed for the annual Festival of Trees event. The event is set Nov. 28-30 and Dec. 1 at the former Karen’s Kitchen, on the corner of Lake and Main, Frazee.
50 years ago
November 16, 1972
The Frazee-Vergas P.T.A. will meet Monday, Nov. 20, at the Lower Elementary gym at 8 p.m. Following a short meeting, the second in a series of Art Linkletter’s films on Drugs will be shown. The public is invited to attend. Lunch will be served after the film.
The Frazee High School chorus will present a Thanksgiving Convocation on Wednesday, Nov. 22 at 1 p.m. in the high school gym. The public is invited to attend.
The Frazee Community Fund Drive is now in its final stages. The volunteer workers have completed their door to door campaign in our community. It is reported that results thus far have been good. Mrs. Marvin Daggett, chairman of the 1972 Drive, asks that any Frazee resident who was not contacted to kindly mail their donation for this annual appeal to P. O. Box 145 in Frazee.
The school board of the Frazee-Vergas School District devoted a considerable portion of its regular meeting last Monday to further consideration of the insurance program of the school district.