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GALENA–With basically no discussion, the Galena City Council, at its Monday, March 9 meeting, approved the ordinance that establishes licensing requirements for ride-sharing companies. The … more
GALENA–The Jo Daviess County Board, at its Tuesday, March 10 meeting, discussed an action item approved by the zoning board of appeals on Wednesday, Feb. 26, the approval of a natural burial … more
GALENA–Six minutes is now the meeting length to beat. The Galena Zoning Board of Appeals made quick work of its one-agenda-item meeting on Wednesday, March 11, approving a special use permit … more
HAZEL GREEN, Wis.–Garey Chrones, US Navy combat veteran and beneficiary service officer for Thank the Seals, presented information to the Hazel Green village board on Tuesday, March 10, on an … more
EAST DUBUQUE–East Dubuque voters will be asked a non-binding referendum question in the March 17 primary election. The question states: “Shall the City of East Dubuque adopt a uniform … more
EAST DUBUQUE–What comes first? Growth or improvements? East Dubuque City Manager Loras Herrig asks that short but not-so-simple question when talking about a tax referendum which citizens of … more
Village of Stockton voters will decide on the following advisory question during the primary election on Tuesday, March 17: “Shall the Village of Stockton allow the retail sale of adult use … more
EAST DUBUQUE–The city of East Dubuque has plans to list four vacant properties it owns along Sinsinawa Avenue. After meeting in closed session, the council unanimously agreed to list the … more
EAST DUBUQUE–It all sounds rather harsh: “East Dubuque Fire-Rescue is a good department, but it is not a great department.” This is not some potshot directed at the fire … more
KIELER, WIS.–The Jamestown town board met on Tuesday, Feb. 4 and unanimously approved a zoning change for 1835 Bluff Rd from conservation/recreation to AG 2. As previously zoned, there would … more
GALENA–The Galena City Council may have broken or tied its record for its shortest meeting on Monday, Feb. 24. Eleven minutes was all it took to work through the light agenda. With little … more
GALENA–The Jo Daviess County Board will face a challenge if trends continue in the next few years as more board seats come up for election and no one is interested in filing petitions to be on … more
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