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Carlin Club Appeal Goes Back to Board of Adjustment

May 1, 2019
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Explaining his reasoning after more than an hour  Tuesday to a packed courtroom, Vilas County Judge Neal Nielsen sent the Carlin Club Properties water pumping case back to the Vilas County Board of Adjustment to uphold, amend, or modify its decision last July that upheld zoning administrator Dawn Schmidt's decision to deny the permit.

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A state appeals court has upheld a ruling that blocks the pumping of water near a Northwoods lake.

A company hoped a higher court would give the green light to pump water in Presque Isle.

Trig Solberg's Carlin Club wants to take 18,000 gallons of water a day out of a well near Carlin Lake, bottle it, and sell it. T

Carlin Lake Property Owners Win Legal Victory

Nov 10, 2017
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A permanent injunction to prevent commercial pumping and transport of water from the Carlin Club property in Presque Isle to a bottling facility in Marenisco, Micigan was approved in Vilas County Court November 9. It  prevents Carlin Club Properties LLC from erecting any new structure, driveway, or other facility for pumping and transport of water, but does not prevent Carlin Club LLC interests from seeking a zoning permit, conditional use permit, change in zoning classification, or other relief from Vilas County officials.

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Carlin lake property owners who filed a contempt of court motion alleging Carlin Club Properties violated a court order had smiles on their faces as they departed the Vilas County court hearing where Judge Leon Stenz agreed his order of March 17, 2017 was indeed violated.

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A Northwoods health consortium has partnered with a grocery store chain in an effort to raise awareness about eating more fruits and vegetables.

Northwoods LEAN--or Linking Education, Activity and Nutrition-- has partnered with Trig's grocery stores to feature spots where displays will show people how they can incorporate more fruits and vegetable into their diets.

 

Someone who bought a Wisconsin Lottery Badger 5 ticket in Rhinelander is wealthier today.

The state lottery office reports a Badger 5 ticket sold at Trig's Food and Drug won $293,000 dollars in Wednesday night's drawing.

The ticket holder has 180 days to claim the prize. Badger 5 is a one dollar daily lotto game with jackpots starting at $10,000 and grow a minimum of one-thousand dollars a day. Players win the rolling jackpot by matching their five numbers to the five winning numbers drawn each night.

The Badger 5 jackpot returns to $10,000.