Otsego

• Development surges at Gateway North Business Park being developed by Duke Realty by Debbie Griffin Contributing Writer Big, new sprawling buildings and lots of construction activity grab drivers’ attention as they pass the Gateway North Business Center in Otsego. Duke Realty is filling the park nearly to capacity with three, new, build-to-suit lease deals closed […]

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by Debbie Griffin Contributing Writer Will Duerr’s garden sits almost dormant for the season, with everything harvested except for some impressively large white radishes that he estimates weigh 6 or 7 seven pounds, maybe more. He pulled the first roots precisely at the 60-day mark recommended by the seed manufacturer, and the vegetable already weighed […]

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by Debbie Griffin Contributing Writer As heavy snow fell during the season’s first storm, the Otsego City Council moved quickly through its agenda at the Nov. 10 meeting, acting on the following business. The city agreed to modify its agreement with payroll company ADP and to pay about $15,000 more a year so that Otsego […]

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by Debbie Griffin Contributing Writer After forming two years ago at the prompting and under the guidance of the Rogers Lions, the Otsego club keeps growing and doing more – like hosting its first big-deal community fundraiser. It’s holding what members hope will be the inaugural Fall Wine and Beer Tasting 7-9 p.m. Nov. 14 […]

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by Debbie Griffin Contributing Writer Among its business at the Oct. 13 City Council meeting, Otsego voted to forward about 140 delinquent utility accounts that total around $103,000 to the county for collection through property-tax bills. According to Council documents, the city sends utility bills on the 15th with a due date of the 8th, […]

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by Debbie Griffin Contributing Writer The Otsego City Council approved its preliminary 2015 budget at the Sept. 22 meeting after acknowledging residential property taxes will go down as a result of higher-than-expected growth. The council recognized the city’s sound management practices and commitment to keeping any levy increase lower than 4 percent. “That means property […]

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• Gullickson, 67, faces charge of criminal vehicular homicide by Tim Hennagir ECM Sun Newspapers The Albertville woman who struck a former Monticello High School student on County Road 19 in Otsego last summer made her second appearance Monday in Wright County District Court. Linda Louise Gullickson, 67, has been charged with criminal vehicular homicide while […]

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n Kaleidoscope to expand its school by 29,000 square feet by Debbie Griffin Contributing Writer The Otsego City Council voted at its July 28 meeting to approve two road-improvement contracts that include new asphalt or overlays on several streets. One contract calls for $154,000 worth of resurfacing and striping on: –Part of Nashua Avenue Northeast […]

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A child was airlifted to a metro hospital on the afternoon of June 5 in Otsego. Sheriff Joe Hagerty reported that at approximately 3:15 p.m. his deputies were notified that a child had been struck by a school bus near the intersection of Padgett Ave N.E. and 82nd Circle N.E. in Otsego.  The child’s medical […]

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