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Community

Wed
23
Dec

Kimberly approves moving KU power lines under ground

The Kimberly Village Board accepted a plan agreed upon by Kaukauna Utilities and the village to relocate and reroute power lines underground from the plant on the Fox River within The Cedars development.

Wed
23
Dec

Kaukauna eliminates no-transfer ambulance charges but raises transport fees

Changes are coming for ambulance fees for those using the Kaukauna Fire Department services.

Wed
23
Dec

Buchanan to construct multi-modal trail on Highway N

The Buchanan Town Board voted at last week’s meeting to locate a multi-modal trail on the east side of Highway N when the road is reconstructed.

Wed
16
Dec

Village of Little Chute accepting nominations for Good Citizenship Award

The Village of Little Chute is accepting nominations from the public for the Robert A. Nechodom Good Citizenship Award throughout the month of December.

After starting in 2000, the Robert A. Nechodom Good Citizenship Award was formally recognized in 2016 by the village board of trustees.

Wed
16
Dec

Kimberly updates policies covering right of ways

The Kimberly Village Board at last week’s meeting adopted updated policies covering right-of-way excavation permits and permit fees. The action was prompted by the forthcoming village-wide TDS fiber optic installation.

Wed
16
Dec

Kaukauna Catholic Parishes hold Light from Light Family Ecumenical Event


Brian Roebke photo

Together in faith the Kaukauna Catholic Parishes lit the city of Kaukauna and said prayers for the end of the coronavirus pandemic on Sunday evening.

Wed
16
Dec

Don’t flush ‘flushables’ in your toilet

“Don’t flush ‘flushable’ wipes,” Kimberly Director of Operations Allyn Dannhoff advised residents after cleaning them out of the pumps in the sewage lift station at the intersection of North Roger Street and Sunset Drive.

Wed
09
Dec

St. Paul Elder Services employees get treated by peers

For so long during the coronavirus pandemic, St. Paul Elder Services was a shining star, with no illnesses during the first several months.

When senior living facilities across country, including the Fox Valley, were getting hit hard, St. Paul was free and clear.

Wed
09
Dec

Little Chute resident takes concerns about landfill odors to village board

Florida Avenue resident Bruce Jansen might be thinking of songs from “Man of La Mancha” recently. Like the book and play protagonist Don Quixote, Jansen has dedicated himself to a rather lonely and frustrating goal.

Wed
09
Dec

Kimberly board approves animal, refuse ordinances

Amendments to existing ordinances relating to restrictions on keeping animals and outdoor and refuse burning were approved by the Kimberly Village Board at last week’s meeting.

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