Cass County received notice from the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) that DEED has approved a $107,500 grant to be used as a business loan for the Ice Castle manufacturing business planning to expand into Pine River.
Pine River's newest proposed manufacturing business moved a step closer to reality Tuesday, Jan. 21, when the Cass County Board voted to support the business' application for a loan the Cass County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) will administer.
Ford Jensen, whom Cass County maintains built his cabin on tax-forfeited county-administered land, described in a telephone interview Tuesday, Nov. 26, reasons he believes his cabin is on the adjacent land he owns.
The county board voted Nov.
The board voted on Nov. 5 to replace the furnace in the county government and U.S. Post Office building at Pine River this fall for a cost not to exceed $30,000. The county leases space to the post office there.
It will take a minimum of two years and at least four public meetings before Cass County decides on a design and construction plan to reconstruct County State Aid Highway (CSAH) 77 in Lake Shore, County Engineer David Enblom told the county board Oct.
Cass County Board approved one improvement in a regular meeting held Aug. 20 in Barclay Township and tabled until 2014 another for the county's recycling and garbage transfer station, located north of Pine River.
BY MONICA LUNDQUIST
Cass County Correspondent
Quotes Cass County received to prepare a plan (not including any costs for engineering work or wetland mitigation to be done) for a complete cleaning of Ditch 9 southwest of Pine River and northwest of Jenkins would cost $24,000 to $31,000 just for the p...
Two couples residing on Man Lake east of Hackensack will open their gardens to the public for a free art and craft fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 13.
To reach the fair from Hackensack, take Cass County Road 5 east from Highway 371 8.2 miles.
Hackensack's new fire chief and assistant chief bring plenty of experience into their new roles.
Chief Tony Peterson represents the middle generation of three generations of fire department volunteering.