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Green Bay City CouncilCouncil approves using contingency funds for extended poll hoursThe City Council approved using $15,703 from the contingency fund for a handful of additional expenses for the remaining 2022 elections. The council’s approval designates $11,767 for additional seasonal salaries to cover extra nights and weekends for in-person absentee voting, recruitment and retainment of …

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Beer wine spirits

Beer, wine, spirits sales up locally amid pandemic

By Ben Rodgers Editor BROWN COUNTY – Sellers of beer, wine and spirits had much to celebrate in 2020, with increased alcohol sales during the pandemic. According to the International Wine and Spirits Record Drinks Market Analysis, alcohol sales by volume from March to October increased 1.3 percent, compared to 2019 which only saw a …

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Senior apartment

Development agreement rejected in Ashwaubenon

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – A development agreement to build a three-story, 60-unit affordable housing apartment building for seniors and 15, two-story, three-bedroom rental townhomes between Mike McCarthy Way and Borvan Avenue was rejected on a 4-3 vote Tuesday, Dec. 1, by the village board. Village President Mary Kardoskee and trustees Allison Williams, …

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tie vote

Screening along Clarke Hinkle Field blocked on tie vote

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – A tie may go to the runner in baseball, but an evenly split village board didn’t go in favor of the local professional football team. A resubmitted site plan to construct screening along the north side of Clarke Hinkle Field to prevent people from spying on Green Bay …

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captains

Four Ashwaubenon public safety lieutenants to become captains

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – It took three motions Tuesday, June 23, before the village board voted 5-2 in favor of eliminating four lieutenants in the public safety department to convert those positions to captains, effective this year. After a motion to table failed on a 5-2 vote, the board defeated a motion …

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Trinks

Trinks denied appeal for new building in Ashwaubenon

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – The village board voted 5-2 Tuesday, June 23, to deny an appeal sought by Trinks, Inc., on the conditions to construct a new 39,017-square-foot manufacturing building on a vacant lot at 3411 Packerland Dr., between Partnership Drive and West Main Avenue. Trustees Allison Williams and Mark Williams dissented. …

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Wards 5 and 6

Zirbel challenged for Ashwaubenon Wards 5 and 6

By Press Times Staff ASHWAUBENON – There will be one contested race for the Ashwaubenon village board this April. Incumbent Chris Zirbel is being challenged by newcomer Debbie Nelson for the seat representing Wards 5 and 6, which contains the area southwest of Lambeau Field, including Titletown. The Press Times emailed each candidate the same …

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LED

Large LED signs not allowed for six-floor office building

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer AHSWAUBENON – A Planned Unit Development (PUD) for a new six-story office building at 2465 Marina Circle was approved Tuesday, Jan. 28, by the village board, but not with large LED message boards sought by the developer, Bayland Buildings. Plans for the approximately 10,000-square-foot office building, to be located north …

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