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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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County agrees to purchase former Pulliam property

By Heather Graves Correspondent BROWN COUNTY – A long-term plan to expand port operations, along with the possibility of relocating the coal piles from downtown Green Bay, took a leap forward following a unanimous vote by the county board to purchase the former Pulliam Power Plant property at its meeting Wednesday, Feb. 17. The county …

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County clean energy resolution hitting some snags

By Heather Graves Correspondent BROWN COUNTY – A resolution aimed at establishing an energy commission in Brown County is causing some controversy as proposed edits aren’t sitting well with area groups. A long-term comprehensive energy plan has been in the works in Brown County since 2018 when the county teamed up with Wisconsin Conservation Voters …

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Option to purchase extended for project in Howard office park

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer HOWARD – The village board voted 6-1 Monday, July 13, to extend an option to purchase for Alliance Management to come up with a plan for developing property with apartments on portions of three village-owned lots along Security Boulevard in an office park. The board’s action extends the option to …

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November ballot will include advisory referendum on redistricting

By Heather Graves Correspondent BROWN COUNTY – November’s ballot will include an advisory referendum question asking voters for their thoughts on nonpartisan redistricting procedures, following a vote by county supervisors Wednesday, June 17. The ballot question – “Should the Wisconsin Legislature create a nonpartisan procedure for the preparation of legislative and congressional district plans and …

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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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