Howard Village Board

2018

2018 was a year for education and recreation in Howard-Suamico

By Ben Rodgers Editor HOWARD/SUAMICO – There was lots of news for the Howard-Suamico area in 2018, but education and recreation dominated the headlines. The Press Times dived into the Howard-Suamico School District’s April referendum with a series of four in-depth stories that examined the different areas of need and how they would be addressed. …

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Two contested trustee seats, one with no candidate in Howard

By Press Times Staff HOWARD – Of the six trustee seats up for election this spring on the Howard village board, two are being contested with two candidates, but one race will have no one on the ballot. Trustee Ron Bredael, who represents Wards 1-2, filed a declaration of non-candidacy indicating he won’t be seeking …

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Construction of third Howard Commons building to be bid out

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer HOWARD – Construction of a third building for the Howard Commons apartment complex will proceed following action Monday, Oct. 8, by the village board. Board members agreed to move forward with bidding out Building C next January. The 45-unit apartment estimated to cost around $10 million could be completed in …

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Village Green reported in good financial shape despite grass die-off

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer HOWARD – Despite having to spend thousands of dollars to reseed grass at the Village Green Golf Course, the village-owned facility remains is in good financial shape for 2018, Director of Administrative Services Chris Haltom reported at the Monday, Sept. 10, Howard village board meeting. “If you’ve played golf out …

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