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Community

Wed
13
Oct

Fox Cities Book Festival begins today in virtual format

The 2021 Fox Cities Book Festival is presented in a virtual format Oct. 13-17, featuring dozens of authors of local, state, and national renowned representing many genres, as well as writing workshops and events geared toward young adults and children.
Wed
13
Oct

Little Chute Village Board begins looking at 2022 budget

A famous reference regarding the U.S. Supreme Court is about them convening “the first Monday in October.” That is the court’s ritual time to begin a new season of legal decisions.
Wed
13
Oct

Buchanan Stormwater Utility approves pond grant amendment

The Buchanan Stormwater Utility approved a pond grant amendment for the reduced treatment for a Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources urban nonpoint grant at last week’s meeting.
They also discussed consultant agreements and project plans to be submitted to WDNR for grant approval, but no action was taken.
Wed
13
Oct

Village of Kimberly adjusts ward boundaries

Adding the Kimberly High School to the village property precipitated the addition of a ninth ward to the village, realigning portions of former Wards 7 and 8. The new ward map was approved last week.
Wed
13
Oct

Little Chute Village Board approves new fireworks effort and new bike trail

A relatively brief agenda for the Little Chute Village Board Oct. 6 did not mean sparing the amount of discussion about the agenda topics.  
Trustees spent shorter amounts of time on a new July 4th fireworks event that was recently proposed to them. They also narrowly approved a new bicycle trail at Heesakker Park.
Wed
13
Oct

Town of Holland approves cost share for road repair

The Holland Town Board agreed to a cost share agreement with the town’s sanitary district and contractor for sewer work being done in Hollandtown for a layer of asphalt on Holland Road in front of the sewage treatment plant. The distance of the repair is 1,600 ft.
Wed
13
Oct

Kaukauna looks at choices for many residents and targeted businesses

With changes already in place or coming soon, Kaukauna elected officials looked into some new choices in current city ordinances that likely will support the changing environment. The closer looks came during the Monday, Oct. 4 committee and board meetings.
Wed
13
Oct

Buchanan town board establishes nine wards

The Buchanan Town Board approved the establishment of nine wards as a result of the recent census, eight of which are located west of Highway 55.
Wed
13
Oct

KCHA reluctantly dissolving after 66 years of service to community


Brian Roebke photo/Kaukauna Community Health Associates members Janet Van De Hey, Janice Janssen, Joyce Schubring, and Jennifer Johnson (standing) display some of the artifacts they accumulated over the 66-year existence of the group that was orginally formed in 1954 to support the Kaukauna Community Hospital.
All good things eventually come to an end, and that’s where the Kaukauna Community Health Associates are right now.
After 66 years of service to the Kaukauna community, the group recently decided to close out the organization because of a lack of members able to keep the association going.
Wed
06
Oct

Sherwood Village Board to revisit park impact fee implementation

At the request of the Sherwood Parks and Urban Tree (PRUT) Board, the park impact fee will get a second look in October. That process will include a public hearing at the village board’s Monday, Oct. 25 meeting.

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