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Grand Forks couple says no variance was needed

December 28, 2011 in Park Rapids Enterprise

A Grand Forks couple denied a variance in August will return to the Hubbard County Board of Adjustment next month to seek a declaration that none was needed for their $400,000 garage addition. Continue Reading

Larger plants key to protecting shore impact zone

September 28, 2011 in Park Rapids Enterprise

Rectifying the effect of continued development on the region’s lakes isn’t about playing the blame game.
It’s about grabbing a shovel and digging in. Continue Reading

Hubbard County raises fees; prompts discussion over shoreland issues

August 6, 2011 in Park Rapids Enterprise

A public hearing to raise some Hubbard County fees quickly turned into a referendum on policing shoreland violations.
The issue of raising fees has been a difficult one that commissioners have grappled with for years. Continue Reading

Board of Adjustment grapples with Belle Taine variance

July 20, 2011 in Park Rapids Enterprise

The steadily rising waters of Lake Belle Taine gave Hubbard County’s Board of Adjustment pause Monday morning as it tabled a variance request to build a new home on the lakeshore. Continue Reading

Hubbard County board will look at PUD plan for lakes Hattie and Beauty in Park Rapids in July

February 12, 2011 in Park Rapids Enterprise

A conditional use permit for a development on Lake Hattie will be before the Hubbard County Board of Commissioners Wednesday.
As with most planned unit developments, this 24-unit project on a peninsula between Lake Hattie and Beauty Lake in northwestern Hubbard County is controversial. Continue Reading

Rules tighten for rental lake homes

August 26, 2010 in Alexandria Echo Press

If you advertise your lakeshore property as a short-term rental property as a weekend getaway, for instance you might want to check your mailbox. Continue Reading

Lowry memorialized in lakeshore park

June 22, 2010 in Worthington Daily Globe

WORTHINGTON Throughout her lifetime, the late Fredi Lowry demonstrated her dedication to her community lugging a tripod and video camera to countless events and meetings while employed by the local cable TV station, writing about community happenings in her Daily Globe column and talking about them on local a radio program, organizing tours through the local library, putting on puppet shows for local children and volunteering for various church programs and community functions. Continue Reading

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