• Jan (Paulsen) Larson and Jean (Paulsen) Strack, sisters who grew up in Green Isle, purchased Stu’s in downtown Arlington from Phyllis Kroehler on Wednesday, Jan. 2. Their first day of business was Thursday, Jan. 3. The purchase also included the smaller building located just west of Stu’s along the 200 block of West Main Street.
  • Students rehearsed a scene from their one-act play at the Sibley East Middle School/High School in Arlington on Thursday night, Jan. 10. The name of the one-act play is “The Lottery.”
  • Abby Widmer, a senior at the Sibley East High School, was recently chosen by her classmates as the Outstanding Senior of the Quarter.
  • A number of youngsters participated in the annual Tom Noack Memorial Free Throw Contest at the Sibley East Middle School/High School in Arlington on Sunday afternoon, Jan. 13. The event was sponsored by the local Knights of Columbus organization. The above boys and girl were first place winners in their respective age divisions.
  • Sibley East senior Ty Knacke (22) and junior Lucas Dose (32) kept their eye on Le Sueur-Henderson senior Tyler Pengilly (10) during a game in Le Sueur on Friday evening, Jan. 11. Sibley East senior Kameron In (2) is pictured in the background.

Arlington again waives WAC and SAC fees for new home construction in town

By Kurt Menk

The Arlington City Council, during its recent regular meeting, unanimously adopted a resolution to extend an earlier move to waive the water access charge (WAC) and sewer access charge (SAC) fees for residential construction.

The City Council made the move based on a recommendation from the Arlington Economic Development Authority (EDA).

The City Council originally  made the move to waive the WAC and SAC fees last March.

Find the complete story in the January 17, 2019 edition of the Arlington Enterprise.