Three on the ballot in Ventura
Wednesday, 02 November 2011 10:46
Three Ventura City Council Representatives are unopposed in seeking re-election on Tuesday.
Darwin Avery and John Quintus say they were motivated to seek re-election to see projects such as the Main Street/West Lake Street street project get completed after several years in the planning. They, along with Mike Thackery, also note they hope to make a difference and help the community grow and move forward through their service as Council members.
Chamber leader resigns
Wednesday, 26 October 2011 11:07
Bright steps down to accept Chamber position in Florida
The Clear Lake Area Chamber of Commerce has announced the resignation of Executive Director Gary Bright. His last day at the Chamber will be Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2011. Bright has accepted the position of President/CEO of the Lehigh Acres Chamber of Commerce in Lehigh Acres, Fla.
“This decision was a tough one for Jackie and me,” Bright said. “In the three years and eight months since we came to Clear Lake we have been amazed at the love the people have for their community and the willingness to volunteer to make sure all the good things about Clear Lake continue to happen.”
Voter registration deadline is Friday
Wednesday, 26 October 2011 11:06
Friday, Oct. 28, is the final day to pre-register to vote in the Nov. 8, Regular City Election.
The office of the Cerro Gordo County Auditor will be open an extra half hour – until 5 p.m. – on that date for eligible electors who wish to register in person. Completed voter registrations may be mailed to the county auditor, but must be either received by the above deadline or postmarked on/before Monday, Oct. 24 in order to be valid for the Nov. 8 Regular City Election.
CL, MC School Districts interested in new school
Wednesday, 26 October 2011 11:05
The Clear Lake School Board joined its Mason City counterparts Monday and authorized Superintendent Anita Micich to send in an application of intent to establish an Iowa Innovation Zone School.
Kelli Mason, Technology Integration coach for the district, presented information about New Tech Network, a type of academy school which uses “project-based learning” for high school students. Mason recently visited four New Tech schools located in Indiana and Illinois in mid-September. Clear Lake and Mason City are thought to be the first districts in the state considering establishing a New Tech Network School.
Currently, New Tech Network supports 62 public high schools in 14 states.
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