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A
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Citizen-Tribune, Saturday, April 21, 2018 • Page 13
FIRE from page 1 said. milk 65 (holstein) cows.
Russell’s plan for now “My grandpa built the
estimated there were is to rebuild as best he can polebarn in 1976 and put up
probably 45 firefighters on and keep the farm func- the quonset hut from the
hand eventually from six tional for the time being. Minnesota State Fair in
different area fire depart- Alex is certain there are 1997,” Alex said. “Grandpa
ments (Becker/Santiago, some elements for the farm passed away unexpectedly
Clear Lake, Foley, Big that won’t come back be- in 1998. I was just a young
Lake, Elk River and Zim- cause insurance can’t possi- boy, but I worked side-by-
merman). bly cover all their side with him on this farm
However, the fire con- tremendous losses. since I took my first steps.
sumed over half of the Er- “We’ll have to learn to Being in those buildings
ickson farm’s machinery live without some things daily made me feel closer to
including their going forward,” said Alex. him.”
grinder/mixer, a combine, “It’s been a horrible thing “Many of the tools and
four tractors, an antique but at least the animals re- items hanging on the walls
tractor and hay (three thou- mained safe and our other of the polebarn were hung
THE AFTERMATH of the Russell Erickson farm fire. (Submitted Photo)

sand bales) — all pivotal dering several days later. tests and gathering more in- Alex. “Allowing Russell to structures.” there by my grandpa,” Alex
items necessary to running Two buildings were de- formation on the inferno. borrow equipment and store The Erickson farm has went on to say. “Seeing
a productive dairy farm. stroyed. Tom Barthel, a neigh- several hundred bales of been in business since 1949 them burned up was tough.
“Every bale of hay and An insurance adjuster boring farmer and friend of hay plus protein feed at when Russell’s parents, The fire has been a big loss
straw we owned is gone,” and fire inspector both vis- the Ericksons has offered their century farm one mile Ernest and Elaine, started it and emotionally taxing —
Alex said. “We lost all our ited the farm earlier this his grinder/mixer to help north of our place. That is nearly 70 years ago. Russell yet we are counting our
protein feed (20 tons) we week. The tractor and mill the Ericksons stay in busi- until we figure out what to took over the farm in 1998 blessings no animals or
just had delivered. We also that had each been used that ness. do for storage going for- and Alex has been working other buildings burned. My
lost 70-80 tons of straw and day were ruled out as possi- “Russell’s brother, ward.” at the farm full-time since Grandpa Ernie was proud
alfalfa.” ble causes of the fire. The Roger and his wife Sandy “Family friends, Paul 2008. of the family farm. Russell
Firefighters fought the inspector believes it may — along with their son, and Neil Schut have also The Ericksons own 175 and I consider it a privilege
blaze for eight hours and have been a lightning strike, David — have been a been very helpful since head of cattle and currently to carry on his legacy.”
the rubble was still smol- but for now he is running tremendous help,” said learning of the fire,” Alex

CW from page 1 “The city has been trying to incremen- were no surprises. lowing year.
tally increase the balance, but in 2015, 2016 “We don’t want a hand in helping you “I don’t see us adjusting the fire con-
Langenbacher said the big issue was and 2017 that didn’t happen,” he said. run your fire department. We understand if tract to the two townships because the city
communication. He said the townships did- “2018 was the first year we started issuing you need a fire truck, you get a fire truck,” taxpayers will still be on the hook for that
n’t know about the big increase until just capital funds for new purchases.” he said. shortfall,” he said.
before their annual meeting. Mayor Pete Edmonson said the when “It’s your fire department. We like the Langenbacher said he will take that
“We’re expected to go to our electorate the council set the budget the last few years, service we get. What we’re unhappy with message back to the electorate. The balance
with a 25.5% increase,” he said. “They ask they could have done incremental in- is the 25.5% increase in one year and not will have to come from the general fund, he
us why and we don’t have the answers.” creases, for example, of 5%, 5% and 10%. being included in any negotiations.” said.
Clearwater City Administrator said the “But we went 0%, 0% and 25%,” he As far as renegotiating the current The council agreed it was a good idea
increase was due to a fire department said. amount, Edmonson said there isn’t any to let the townships know in advance when
budget increase for capital equipment. Langenbacher said he didn’t want to go “wiggle room.” their budget discussions would take place

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He said the reserve balance was ex- into the reasons why it happened. He said Under the contract, city residents pay so they could have a place at the table later
hausted when city purchased rescue van the township just wanted to be included in the fire levy up front and are reimbursed this year.
without bonding for the equipment. discussions about the fire budget so there when the townships pay their share the fol-

CASHIER/DELI ASSOCIATE NOW HIRING!


MP Nexlevel, LLC, a leader in the underground
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IN
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Shell
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TADD'S LIGHTHOUSE Apply online at: www.mpnexlevel.com


(Adult Foster Care &
Becker or send resume to hr@mpnexlevel.com
MP NEXLEVEL, LLC
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Hiring Flexible Evenings Hours 3p-10p,
Related Services agency)
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FOLLOWING
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or to complete an online application,
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FT Assembly Technicians Needed
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daily and drivers return home each night. The

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