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Community

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Mar

Sherwood Village Board considers park impact fee and new trail mapping

A pair of issues that have stirred interest in the village among both residents and developers were the center of discussion at the Feb. 22 edition of the Sherwood Village Board meeting.
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04
Mar

Buchanan approves Highway N sidewalk/trail

The Buchanan Town Board approved six-foot terraces on either side of Highway N and a five-foot wide sidewalk on the west side and a multi-modal trail on the east side when the highway is reconstructed.
Supervisors also approved a $200 award for right-of-way along Emons Road, which will be constructed in 2022.
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04
Mar

Harrison board approves storm water credit availability

The Harrison Village Board at last week’s meeting approved credits and adjustment amendments to the storm water utility ordinance.
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04
Mar

Little Chute School Board approves job descriptions, Van Handel retirement

The Little Chute School Board at last week’s meeting approved changes to job descriptions for the activities director assistant, the director of pupil services and the intermediate/middle school principal.
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04
Mar

Eggleston is choice to fill Kaukauna Common Council District 1 vacancy


Submitted photo/The Kaukauna Common Council chose Jennie Eggleston to fill the vacant term of the late Alder-person Diana Driessen during a special meeting last week.
A unique candidate interview process marked a special committee of the whole session of the Kaukauna Common Council on Monday, Feb. 22.
The resulting interview process and discussion produced the choice of Jennie Eggleston to fill the vacant term of the late Alderperson Diana Driessen. 
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Feb

Kaukauna to delay city planner search until reorganization study is completed

The Kaukauna Finance and Personnel Committee sorted through a pair of choices Monday, Feb. 15 regarding the process to replace retiring City Planner Bob Jakel.
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Feb

Kaukauna Board of Public Works narrowly approves 10th Street sidewalk installation

After discussion of several options and even a motion not to install sidewalks on the south side of 10th Street, a slim majority of the Kaukauna Board of Public Works voted 4-3 to move forward with the project during the 2021 construction season. 
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24
Feb

Board brings Kimberly into compliance with ADA

The Kimberly Village Board continued to outfit the Fire Department for duty with the approval at last week’s meeting of the purchase of six high-visibility jackets for the Kimberly Emergency Medical Service and four ice/cold water rescue suits for the Kimberly Fire Department.
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Feb

Kaukauna Common Council salutes retiring City Planner Bob Jakel

The usual routine that includes reviews of minutes and various committee and department reports was broken by a mix of joy and melancholy as the Kaukauna Common Council took a rare moment to honor 25-year veteran City Planner Bob Jakel at their Wednesday, Feb. 17 meeting.

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