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Wed
28
Oct

Kimberly and Little Chute village boards set Fox Valley Metro Police Department budget

Fox Valley Metro Police Chief Dan Meister presented a balanced budget of $3,608,996 for 2021 at a virtual joint meeting of the Kimberly and Little Chute village boards, with Little Chute hosting the meeting. That is 3.82 percent higher than the 2020 budget.

Wed
28
Oct

Combined Locks sets budget hearing for Nov. 17

The Combined Locks Village Board reviewed a rough draft of the 2021 village general fund budget and forwarded it to the public hearing on Nov. 17.

The public hearing will be held at 6:30 p.m. followed by the regular meeting of the village board, which will then act upon the budget.

Wed
28
Oct

Buchanan board approves park updates and repairs

Safety issues prompted approval of updates and repairs to town parks by the Buchanan Town Board at a recent meeting.

Thu
22
Oct

Work on Cottages at High Cliff and Schneider dam take closer steps to reality

A pair of projects that have been the intense focus of interest among some Sherwood residents took important steps forward at the Oct. 12 village board meeting.

Thu
22
Oct

Renn Farm development moving ahead in Harrison

Development of the Renn Farm can move forward after the Harrison Village Board last week accepted a municipal agreement with Appleton, transferring to the Village Plank Road from Lake Park Road to the property line east of Tahoe Lane and Lake Park Road from Midway Road to Plank Road.             Appleton had annexed the roads, along with adjacen

Thu
22
Oct

Kimberly trustees approve transportation utility

In a series of ordinance approvals last week, the Kimberly Village Board approved the transportation utility and means for funding the water and sanitary sewer utilities participation in road construction.

Thu
22
Oct

Intensive study results offer positive image of Little Chute Fire Department

A formal study that has taken more than a year to gather information offers a very positive picture of the Little Chute Fire Department and its dedicated corps of volunteers.

Wed
14
Oct

Little Chute moves forward with limited rec center rentals and Christmas parade

Following a week that showed a one-two punch of state and regional regulation tightening regarding ongoing COVID-19 outbreaks, the Little Chute Village Board moved forward with two steps of its own to keep village life as normal as possible.

Wed
14
Oct

Little Chute Governing Council appoints new members

Two women who have children in either the Flex or Little Chute Career Pathways academies were recently welcomed as new members of the Little Chute School District Governing Council, which has oversight over both academies.

Wed
14
Oct

Kaukauna reviews possibilities of city railroad quiet zone

The Kaukauna Board of Public Works had a busy Oct. 5 session with a focus on a potential choices for a railroad quiet zone in the city leading the way.

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