The Plainfield Village Board approved the purchase of a new 72” Gravely Lawnmower for $11,900 from Plainfield True Value for the village maintenance department with a 4-2 vote during their regular
In his first administrative monthly report to the Waushara County Board of Supervisors, Administrator Robert Sivick expressed his appreciation for recently retired Administrative Coordinator Deb Be
The Wild Rose Village Board listened to drainage concerns from residents during the July 12 meeting.
Hancock Village Board members discussed the possible police training facility Wautoma would like to build and whether supporting it monetarily would be beneficial to the village during their regula
The bid from Kopplin & Kinas Co., Inc. for $164,264.66 was accepted for the Bean Street project at the regular meeting of the Wautoma Common Council on Monday, July 10.