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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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Convenience

Permit approved for new Howard convenience store

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer HOWARD – A conditional use permit to develop a 3.8-acre, triangle-shaped property at the intersection of Shawano Avenue, Woodland Road and Sherwood Street into a convenience store/gas station with rental units, a fuel island and a car wash was approved July 26 by the village board. Bayland Buildings requested the …

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Evergreen

Howard planning more special assessments for Evergreen

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer HOWARD – Improvements planned next year for another section of Evergreen Avenue are drawing opposition from property owners who could face paying special assessments. Some of them were on hand last month when the Howard village board voted 7-2 to approve a resolution declaring the village’s intent to levy special …

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Security Boulevard

Plans approved for apartments on Security Boulevard in Howard

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer HOWARD – The village board voted 7-1 March 22 to approve the final planned development district (PDD) requested by Alliance Management to construct three 16-unit and two 12-unit apartment buildings on an approximately 5-acre site within the Lancaster Creek Business Park along Security Boulevard. Trustee Craig McAllister, who cast the …

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apartment development

Preliminary plans approved for Howard apartment development

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer HOWARD – The village board voted 8-1 Monday, Feb. 22, in favor of a preliminary planned development district (PDD) requested by Alliance Management to construct three 16-unit and two 12-unit apartment buildings on a 4.46-acre site within the Lancaster Creek Business Park along Security Boulevard. Trustee Craig McAllister, who cast …

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