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HUBBARD COUNTY BOARD

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Ten percent of that levy increase – roughly $1.6 million – is a capture of new construction tax capacity from Enbridge’s Line 3 project
The Hubbard County Board urges Belle Taine residents concerned about lake levels to get involved with the Crow Wing River One Watershed, One Plan (1W1P) planning committee.
Hubbard County Attorney Jonathan Frieden presented three options at the Tuesday, Sept. 13 board meeting.
The Hubbard County Jail is at full capacity. Instead of needing $6 million of levy dollars to operate the jail, County Administrator Jeff Cadwell said it now costs $7.1 million.
According to an August 2022 survey, sale is the primary option of nursing homes in the metro (30%) and closure (10%) is the more common choice in Greater Minnesota.
Milica Stanfel, a Mantrap Township official, alerts the Hubbard County Board that there is a shortage of road contractors. She anticipates more townships will need help.

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The Hubbard County Sheriff's Office was awarded a grant to pay for DUI deputy sheriff, but the jail is full of repeat DUI offenders and is experiencing a budget deficit.
Commissioner Mark “Chip” Lohmeier has a proposed operating budget for Deep Lake Park, the county’s new year-round recreational park. It’s located on the site of the former Val Chatel ski resort, about four miles north of Emmaville.
The Hubbard County Board, upon the recommendation of a benefits committee, switched its group health insurance from Prime Health to Medica. Note: This article has been updated with a correction. Prime West will continue as a regional health care provider. Hubbard County only cancelled their contract with Prime Health as an insurance provider.

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