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Economic Development Committee members Tim Jankowski, left, and George King consider King’s proposed ordinance.
Economic Development Committee members Tim Jankowski, left, and George King consider King’s proposed ordinance.
Wednesday, August 21, 2019 10:24 AM
The ad hoc Economic Development Committee took a large step at its Tuesday morning meeting toward drafting and recommending an ordinance to the Green Lake City Council.
  • Committee considers proposed food truck ordinance
    The ad hoc Economic Development Committee took a large step at its Tuesday morning meeting toward drafting and recommending an ordinance to the Green Lake City Council.
  • From Field to Lake: the difference that runoff can make
    The Land and Lake Family Field Day, sponsored by the Green Lake Association and the Wisconsin Farm Bureau last week Saturday, explored the connections between soil health and runoff while showcasing local farmers’ conservation efforts.
  • Council members argue the mayor ‘misled’ them
    Green Lake City Council members argued their mayor Monday evening intentionally misled them about the status of the council's application for the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) grant.
  • Good finds at fine art show
    Green Lake hosted its 47th-Annual Green Lake Fine Art Show last week Saturday and Sunday as artists filled Playground Park with their wares.
  • Brandon receives $115k loan to upgrade park sewer relay
    The village of Brandon recently received a $115,000 loan, which will be used to upgrade sewer lines and manholes in the Brandon Community Park.
  • Council decides to let the economic development matters rest
    During the Green Lake City Council’s meeting of the committee of the whole, the council decided not to consider the fate of the part-time economic community development director’s position, at least for now.
  • A night among the stars
    The Green Lake Association celebrated its local stars, those who help and support the organization, at its 10th-annual gala last week Saturday evening.
  •  Night out on the town
    Green Lake County held its third-annual National Night Out Tuesday night in Green Lake. It was Green Lake’s first time hosting the event.
  • A world of fun at the fair
    Folks of all ages came together for a fun-filled weekend of animal shows, carnival rides and delicious treats at the Green Lake County Fair.
  • Markesan man passes away in fatal crash
    A Markesan man died Saturday night in a fatal, one-vehicle crash on County Road K, west of Lakeview Road. 
  • A Barrel of Fun: Pillar & Vine organizes Brandon Fun Fest
    Whether it was tumbling out of inflatable bounce houses or chilling to a jamming band, fun was to be had for all ages at Brandon Fun Fest last week Saturday.
  • GL County Fair will go 'Around the World'
    The Green Lake County Fair, running today to Sunday, will take folks around the world as it celebrates the area’s agricultural legacy, offering a events for all ages.
  • Green Lake starts to test for blue-green algae
    Green Lake Sanitary District decided to partner with the Green Lake Association to test the water for blue-green algae; this is the first time the water has been tested for blue-green algae.
  • GL School Board votes to give equal salary increases to its staff
    After awarding several months ago 2.81% salary compensation increases to Green Lake School's represented staff, the Green Lake School Board voted to award the same percentage increase to its other staff.
  • Town of Brooklyn decides to stop use of Duering’s Landing
    The town of Brooklyn Board unanimously voted July 9 to discontinue use of Duering’s Landing, located at the east end of Illinois Avenue, due to several issues with the landing.
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