Thursday, September 27, 2012

Developing news in Mound

It's been a great couple of days here at "A Place in Mound". I had several people, of whom I had virtually no contact with, sharing compliments of the discussions taking place on this website. It is very gratifying to know that some of what I am trying to write does make sense and rings true for others. It is very energizing when I get that kind of energy.

I hope that if you find value here, that you pass it on to your neighbors and friends. It's not just Mound that is struggling... cities are having a tough time, and ideas that are shared here are ones that could just as easily transpose somewhere else.

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Several things have come up that I wanted to get out, so just a few bullet items for your attention today...

  • Word is that in November, the Watertown Pharmacy will be opening a location next to the Ridgeview Clinic in Spring Park.
  • Discussions are still going on with the Westonka Animal Hospital and the potential of them moving to the Commerce location by Jubilee.
  • The Mound City Council revealed Tuesday evening that they are entertaining multiple developers for the Harbor District. Talk and proposals are really ramping up, and discussions include a hotel. "A Place in Mound" will likely have more to say about this in the coming days.
  • The staff of Mound is planning an informational meeting at Al and Alma's on Monday, October 22. Social time at 6:15, and a program at 7:00. If you are interested to attending contact Kandis Hanson at the city to register as space is limited.
  • There is going to be a community meeting called "Heroine: Our Community" on Thursday, November 1st at the Gillespie Center. It is being hosted by most of the cities around Mound, and Westonka schools, and will feature a speaker on Drug Abuse from the Minnesota Department of Human Resources. Parents are especially encouraged to attend.
  • The Westonka Historical Society is hosting a presentation about the history of Mound schools at Minnetonka Shores (formerly Presbyterians Homes) on Saturday, November 10 at 10AM.
Thank you everyone! Let's keep working to make Mound a Place to drive to, not drive through!

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