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Community

Wed
13
Jan

Chamber of Commerce sets January events

Thursday, Jan. 14, 2021
Marketing Roundtable - Presented by Baer Performance Marketing
Virtual – 9 a.m.
Network & Navigate with Like-Minded Professionals

Wed
13
Jan

Kimberly changes collection method for delinquent transportation utility charges


Jim Hietpas (right) officially took over the reigns of Kimberly Fire/Rescue Chief from Bob Van Thiel at last week’s village board meeting. Chief Hietpas has been an active member of the KFD for 25 years, serving most recently as an assistant chief/Submitted photo

The Kimberly Village Board at last week’s meeting approved an amendment to the ordinance relating to the transportation utility.

Wed
13
Jan

Little Chute working on comprehensive park plan for future

Plans for the future are forming now in Little Chute as the Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan takes shape.

The important step in its creation is gathering information and ideas, including the possibility of involving residents at some point in the process.

Wed
13
Jan

Kaukauna’s Eagle Days to be highlighted in new logo

The popularity of seeing eagles at the 1000 Islands Nature Center and along the Fox River near Kaukauna soon will be celebrated in a new logo presented at the Jan. 5 edition of the Kaukauna Common Council.

Wed
13
Jan

Kaukauna to look at departmental analysis study in 2021

A new year is bringing a potentially fresh perspective to several Kaukauna city departments.

The city’s administrative side likely will follow a similar study conducted in 2020 by Kaukauna Utilities, which looked at various departmental efficiencies.

Wed
13
Jan

Delightfully Calumet holiday show sets attendance, food donation records

Delightfully Calumet, Inc. has announced the 4th annual 2020 Holiday Light Show had the highest attendance and pounds of food donated since its inception in 2017.

Wed
13
Jan

Combined Locks looks to Kaukauna for ambulance service

Responding to citizen concerns for faster ambulance service, the Combined Locks Village Board last week approved a motion to request service from Kaukauna.

The request includes an estimate for availability and costs.

Wed
06
Jan

COVID-19 hampers but doesn’t stop City of Kaukauna business

The coronavirus pandemic affected the lives of every American and the City of Kaukauna was not spared either.

All city operations needed to be reviewed once the pandemic was declared in March and the biggest impact was made on the programming at the recreation department, public library, and 1000 Islands.

Wed
23
Dec

Sherwood looks at needs for future highway and wastewater projects

The end of one busy year offered members of the Sherwood Village Board a chance to look at two different projects with long-term implications for the village.

Wed
23
Dec

Little Chute examines goals and achievements in busy meeting

For many of us, the Christmas season is a time to reflect and count our blessings, share with family members and friends and also to look ahead to the coming year.

Those sentiments and choices were wrapped into the package that was the Dec. 16 Little Chute Village Board meeting.

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