E Salon owner Susan Eyton’s positive outlook on life and more than three decades of experience in the beauty industry drew clients to her Lake Street location in Wayzata for over a decade. Today, E Salon has relocated into Salon Concepts on Wayzata Boulevard in Minnetonka, and the move has ushered in a new era for the business, and Eyton.
During three meetings held throughout the district last week, Minnetonka Superintendent Dennis Peterson presented information and answered voters’ questions on the two district referendums, on the ballot Nov. 3. Voters will be asked to support an increase to the current Operating Referendum revenue, and to extend the Capital Projects referendum for technology.
In an evening that could have gone to either of two talented teams, the Wayzata volleyball team pulled ahead of Minnetonka with three winning sets on Oct. 8, securing their sole possession of first place in the Lake Conference.
After learning that Wayzata City Manager Heidi Nelson is a finalist for the soon-to-open Maple Grove city administrator position, members of the Wayzata City Council met last week to form a contingency plan, should Nelson be offered, and accept, the new position.
Minnetonka High School Student Government led local community participation in Kindness in Chalk Day, Friday, Oct. 9. Local businesses and neighborhoods were invited to join in the effort to write messages of kindness, inspiration, and encouragement on sidewalks and chalkboards throughout the community.
With October comes shorter days, changing leaves, pumpkins and apples and the first hints of the winter days to come. It is one of the most beautiful times of the year in Minnesota, and the Lake Minnetonka area is no exception. See more fall highlights captured by Mark Trockman at weeklynews.com.