Life Looking Back for April 27, 2012

Redesigned swimming pool plan approved by District 16 Board

The Board of Education of School District 16, at its regular meeting April 11, was presented with a redesigned scheme of the swimming pool project at the regular Board meeting by the school architect, Rodney Neujahr.

The new scheme has been reduced in size and depth to meet the financial resources of the district. The reductions will also cause a reduction in the mechanical and electrical features.

– 40 years ago, April 21, 1972


Council forms group to draft wood pile law

The Spring Lake Park City Council took the standard way out of a touchy situation Monday night.

Faced with trying to pass what has turned into a controversial proposal to regulate wood piles in the city, council members decided to follow Mayor Don Masterson’s suggestion and formed a citizen’s committee to draft a new wood pile ordinance.

– 30 years ago, April 23, 1982


District 11 finalizes teacher cuts

The effect of Anoka-Hennepin’s proposed $2 million in budget cuts were being felt in an acute way this week by District 11’s teachers.

The Anoka-Hennepin School Board Monday night approved terminating 144 probationary teachers and giving another 13 teachers unrequested leaves of absence from their district jobs.

The actions apply to teachers upon the conclusion of the 1991-92 school year as of June 30. Yet, they officially received their notices this week.

– 20 years ago, April 17, 1992


• Compiled by Kelly Johnson

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