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Community

Wed
15
May

Combined Locks officials alerted to truck traffic issues on Ryan Street

By Judy Dixon Hebbe
Reporter
Concerns relating to speeding trucks and the volume of truck traffic to and from the mill on Ryan Street were presented to the Combined Locks Village Board last week by Perry Merckx, a Ryan Street resident.
Wed
15
May

Kaukauna Committee of the Whole meeting offers interesting introspection

By Tom Collins
Reporter
The process of procedural review often is part of professional cultures. Businesses have financial reviews that often include members of their board of directors. Banks and other financial institutions have formal audit procedures. 
Wed
15
May

Common Council sees night of doubles on its busy agenda

By Tom Collins
Reporter
While it wasn’t a celebration of twins on May 7 the Kaukauna Common Council worked with a number of double situations involving their night’s work.
Wed
15
May

Kaukauna Public Works Board sees tree planting plan for parks

By Tom Collins
Reporter
City Engineer and Public Works Director John Neumeier offered one of the best reasons to update the city’s park and trees plan when he offered the recent specter of more than 70 diseased ash trees removed at Grignon Park.
Wed
15
May

Little Chute Village Board takes another look at Pine Street’s future

By Tom Collins
Reporter
The May 8 Committee of the Whole session undertaken by the Little Chute Village Board offered a chance to focus on the status and potential direction of Pine Street.
Wed
08
May

Kimberly board approves equipment for Streets/Parks Department and Evergreen Room

By Judy Dixon Hebbe
Reporter
Equipment for the Streets/Parks Department and the Evergreen Room in the village hall were approved by the Kimberly Village Board last week.
Wed
08
May

Hollandtown Athletic Association looking for help with park projects

By Brian Roebke
Editor
Representatives of the Holland-town Athletic Association presented the Town of Holland Board of Supervisors with a wish list at last week’s monthly meeting at Van Abel’s in Hollandtown.
Wed
08
May

Harrison to create a master plan and design guidelines for Highway N site

By Judy Dixon Hebbe
Reporter
The Harrison Village Board last week approved administrative staff entering into a contract with McMahon Associates to create a master plan and design guidelines for the commercial development of property fronting on Highway N between Manitowoc Road and Schmidt Road.
Wed
01
May

Harrison trustees seeking RFQ for Fire Station 70/public safety building

By Judy Dixon Hebbe
Reporter
At the request of trustees, a special meeting of the Harrison Village Board was held last week to discuss approval of a request for proposal or a request for qualifications for a Fire Station 70/ public safety building and to create a plan for facilities improvements.

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