On Nov. 6 at the WWII Memorial Building in Wautoma a panel of doctors and a representative from the DNR along with a person afflicted with Lyme addressed a packed filled room who wanted to hear more about the disease.
The Hancock Village Board meeting was held on Nov. 11. The Pine Lake District requested that a member of the board be on their board as a community member. Larry Monroe was nominated and accepted the position.
During the regular City of Wautoma Common Council held at city hall on Nov. 11 the council unanimously appointed Ed Hernandez to fill the vacancy left by Alderman Robert Helbing. Helbing resigned on Nov. 8 to fulfill his service to our country in the United States Army. He has left for training and is scheduled to be deployed to Kuwait later this year. Hernandez has lived in Wautoma for the past 15 years and works for Waushara County Land Conservation and Zoning. The appointed position term expires in April of 2014.