Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff will hold a public meeting Monday night March 31 to discuss the agency’s assessment of 2013 safety performance at the Monticello Nuclear Power Plant. The meeting is scheduled from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Monticello Community Center, 505 Walnut St. The NRC will present its assessment of the plant’s [...]

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Monticello’s quest to obtain a FiberNet software program independent of a management service contract generated friction during Monday’s city council meeting. Council members previously authorized purchase of billing software and associated support services from Great Lakes Data Services (GLDS) at their March 10 meeting. Software from the company was initially favored because city staff was [...]

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The Monticello City Council has entered into contracts with Brian Estrem and Dan Olsen for general management and technical services supporting FiberNet Monticello, the city’s broadband initiative. The agreements unanimously approved Monday extend to Dec. 31, 2014. According to a background memo prepared by City Administrator Jeff O’Neill, Brian Estrem’s contract calls for a monthly [...]

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Every team, every year and in every sport, seems to have a new makeup. There are years with experience. There are years with talent. There are years with youth, and years with excitement. For the Magic girls track and field team, 2014 has a chance to be the year that combines each of those things. [...]

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Boys track and field coach Dave Wik says that until his team gets outside, which could still be a while, it will be difficult to know for sure what kind of potential they have. But he’s excited with what he has seen so far. The Magic kicked off spring season Tuesday night, hosting a four-team [...]

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