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Community

Wed
19
Aug

Kimberly moving ahead with tax assessment relief fund

Following a discussion of comments received at recent committee of the whole meeting on the tax assessment relief fund, the Kimberly Village Board authorized the village administrator to draft an ordinance approving the program, which will be funded through a $35 annual payment from residential property owners and a $70 payment from businesses.

Wed
19
Aug

Combined Locks board approves loan for capital projects

The Combined Locks Village Board at a recent meeting approved purchasing obligation bonds and payment structure in the amount of $5 million.

The money will be used for capital improvement projects, including a new fire truck, upgrades at Lindburgh and Van Zeeland parks and street reconstruction projects.

Wed
19
Aug

Carlton Schmitt to celebrate 100 years of life Aug. 30

Someone’s garbage is another one’s treasure.

Carlton “Carly” Schmitt, who turns 100 years old on Aug. 30, made a living taking someone else’s garbage and turning it into money to raise his family.

Wed
12
Aug

Papermaker Players postpones fall production to 2021

The Papermaker Players Family Theatre Board has made the decision to postpone the annual fall production until fall 2021 due to the nationwide pandemic.

Wed
12
Aug

Nelson Family in spotlight on a night of many things new in Kaukauna

 If the Aug. 4 Kaukauna Common Council was a PBS program, it likely would have started with an announcer’s voiceover telling us the meeting was sponsored by the Nelson Family Foundation.

Wed
12
Aug

Kimberly board amends public nuisance ordinance

An amendment to the ordinance relating to public nuisance, which requires the owner, occupant or person authorized to use same residential or non-residential property to maintain it in a way as not to create a public nuisance, was passed by the Kimberly Village Board at a recent meeting.

Wed
12
Aug

City finds room for street department equipment storage at Team Industries

Any homeowner who has taken on the task of remodeling a home or installing new tile or carpeting will likely understand what the City of Kaukauna looked at recently.

Wed
12
Aug

Buchanan storm water utility turns down Harrison request

Buchanan Storm Water Utility at a recent meeting authorized the utility manager to send a “neighborly” letter to the Village of Harrison declining a request to install a 75-foot, 30-inch culvert under Highway KK near the Clover Ridge Pond.

Thu
06
Aug

Kaukauna 10U Bombers to host tournament to raise money for local police


The Kaukauna 10U Bombers will be hosting a tournament this weekend to raise money for local police departments. Each member of the team will have a cause important to him or his family on the back of his jersey.

Kaukauna will be hosting a youth baseball tournament this weekend with the goal of putting a positive light back on the local police force.

The Baseball for Badges Tournament, held Saturday and Sunday at Horseshoe and Riverside Parks, will raise money for the Kaukauna Police Department.

Wed
05
Aug

Sherwood splash pad to remain closed for remainder of this year

Another victim of the current world health situation became clear July 27 when the Sherwood Village Board voted unanimously to follow the recommendation of the Parks, Recreation and Urban Tree board to keep the popular Wanick Park splash pad closed for the season.

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