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The Village of Hammond Board of Trustees acted at their meeting Monday night, Feb. 12 in response to a request made by Lions Club member Wally Graf earlier this month, to reduce the Club's outstanding invoice of $930.97. Trustees agreed to reduce the amount to $600 and further clarified the Club's fiscal responsibilities to avoid any misunderstanding in the future.
After more than 20 years handling responsibilities as the Clerk-Treasurer for the Village of Star Prairie, Patsy Johnson is stepping down.
Members of the New Richmond City Council joined Community Development Director Beth Thompson and City Administrator Mike Darrow Monday night in recognizing the outstanding work done by citizen members of the Comprehensive Planning Committee.
Parking spaces were at a premium Wednesday evening, Jan. 31 at Randy Calleja's south side eatery and banquet facility when the New Richmond Chamber of Commerce took over for its Annual Meeting and Awards Gala. "The theme at this event is the Roaring 20's ... and roaring is a good word to describe the state of the New Richmond Chamber. Roaring like a freight train," proclaimed Chamber Executive Director Rob Kreibich.
Village of Somerset trustees voted 5-1 Tuesday night, Jan. 23, to revise the designated ATV UTV route originally approved earlier this year. The goal of the revision, recommended by the Public Safety Committee, is to minimize the portion of route running through residential neighborhoods. Trustee Bartt Palmer reiterated his opposition to the designated route on the basis that no public hearing was held to allow for residents to comment and that neither the police chief nor public works director's concerns were considered.