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Off-street parking surface changes favored in Howard

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer HOWARD – After discussing the possibility of making changes to the village code as it relates to off-street private parking in residential areas, the village board voted 8-1 Aug. 24 in favor of removing crushed stone or gravel as an equivalent hard surface. Trustee Craig McAllister cast the lone dissenting …

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Duck Creek Quarry to reopen to Howard residents, their guests

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer HOWARD – The village board voted 5-4 Monday, June 8, to reopen Duck Creek Quarry Park this summer with limitations. After nearly a half hour of discussion, the board approved a recommendation from Public Safety Director Ed Janke to reopen the park when only Howard residents and their guests will …

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Contract modified for Howard trash collection

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer HOWARD – After approving a contract extension a month earlier with Harter’s Fox Valley Disposal, LLC for the village’s residential trash and recycling collection, the majority of village board members agreed Monday, June 24, to modify the terms of that extension, which runs through 2027. Prior to entering into the …

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Howard board backs pay hike for village president

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer HOWARD – The village board wants to give the person elected village president next year a nearly $4,000 pay hike. The board voted unanimously Monday, June 24, in favor of increasing the village president’s annual salary from the current $12,050 to $16,000, effective following next April’s election when village voters …

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Bids approved for third Howard Commons building

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer HOWARD – Construction bids and allowances totaling $9,198,109 to construct the third building of the Howard Commons apartment complex were approved Monday, Feb. 25, by the Howard village board. The 45-unit apartment building is scheduled to be completed in the spring of 2020 after beginning construction this coming spring. When …

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