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Council Adopts Bicycle And Pedestrian Master Plan For City Of Horicon

Council Adopts Bicycle And Pedestrian Master Plan For City Of Horicon


Council Adopts Bicycle And Pedestrian Master Plan For City Of Horicon MITCHELL BRADLEY KELLER At the June 25 City of Horicon Common Council meeting, all alderpersons voted in the affirmative to adopt a citywide master plan for bicycle and pedestrian paths within city limits. The plan, which includes bike lanes on Lake Street and included input from several Horicon institutions, departments

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Adopt-A-Park Program Begins In Mayville

Adopt-A-Park Program Begins In Mayville


Adopt-A-Park Program Begins In Mayville KAREN ROUSE Individuals, families, businesses, community groups and organizations wanting to take active roles to upkeep and improve Mayville city parks, gardens and trails/streets have an opportunity to do so through the City of Mayville’s Adopt-A-Park program, approved by the Common Council on July 8. The program concept was introduced to the

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Village Board Tables Liquor  License Ordinance Amendment

Village Board Tables Liquor License Ordinance Amendment


Village Board Tables Liquor License Ordinance Amendment ZACH COOK The Lomira Village Board opted to table its decision on whether or not to amend its two ordinances pertaining to the sale of malt beverages and liquor. As the ordinances read now, it says there can only be one Class A liquor license per 1,000 habitants, or a fraction thereof. The village currently has three Class A licenses

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Blues Zones Vending Machine Standards Adopted By City Of Horicon

Blues Zones Vending Machine Standards Adopted By City Of Horicon


Blues Zones Vending Machine Standards Adopted By City Of Horicon MITCHELL BRADLEY KELLER At the June 25 City of Horicon Common Council meeting, a resolution adopting nutrition standards for city vending machines was passed by a 5-1 vote. The standards policy resolution was created by the Blue Zones Project and introduced to the council by alderperson Susan Hady. The purpose of the

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Mayville Man Follows Through On Park Commitment

Mayville Man Follows Through On Park Commitment


Mayville Man Follows Through On Park Commitment Karen Rouse Mayville’s newest city park, the Wag ‘n Tag, a football field sized dog park, began with a citizen reaching out to the city’s mayor nearly three years ago. “Any chance Mayville could get a dog park? A ton of dog owners in this town and they would love it,” was a message sent from resident Bill Hartwig to Mayor Rob Boelk.

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July 2019 Mayor’s Report

July 2019 Mayor’s Report


MAYOR BOELK’S REPORT July 2019 Mayor’s Report ROB BOELK Mayor, City of Mayville On July 3 Mayville celebrated its annual Rock ‘n Boom festival. It was once again a great event with live music, great food, baseball and fireworks. The events were made possible by a lot of hard work from volunteers. A huge thank you to everyone who donated their time for this community event. I

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BEHIND THE HEADLINES

BEHIND THE HEADLINES


BEHIND THE HEADLINES The Audubon Inn is a Mayville landmark since 1896 with its ornate architecture – a standout on Main Street with a columned dome atop its three stories. (Karen Rouse | DCP) From time-to-time there is a happening in the area I may not formally report on, yet follow as it develops. I ask questions, gather information and then fact check that information. The closing of