Tennis Eagles hope for big year

The Badger East and West Conferences are a thing of the past.

Instead, the league has shifted to Badger Large and Small across the board. And it should benefit programs like Sauk Prairie’s girls tennis team.

The Eagles will now compete against schools their own size, which has coach Heather Slosarek extremely excited.

Arena runs into trouble with Railroad on Village Edge Road project

Zach Adams of MSA gave an update on projects at the July Arena Village Board meeting held a week later than usual due to the 4th of July holiday. He said that at the wellhouse, the foundation was poured.

Prairie du Sac debates water treatment options

The Village of Prairie du Sac Board had a diverse set of discussions at their meeting last week, with topics ranging from the definition of “frozen ground” to chlorinating the village’s water system.

Sauk City ponders village hall basement

The Sauk City Board, in the midst of a meeting held in the basement due to Village Hall construction, discussed the potential use for the basement once the construction project is complete.

Local governmental meetings

The Village Board of Prairie du Sac meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. in the Village Hall.

The Village Board of Sauk City meets the second and fourth Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. in the Village Hall. If there are five Tuesdays in month, it meets the fifth week.

Mazomanie surveys the future and accepts bids for Mazo Bluff project

The Mazomanie village board revisited—and reversed—a decision they made at their May 23rd meeting at the subsequent July 11 meeting. The issue concerned a variance the board had allowed in May, where a homeowner was given permission to build their fence on the property line, instead of the normal ordinance stipulated 2 foot setback.

Sauk City talks commercial buildings

The Sauk City Village Board had their regular meeting two weeks ago,  approving a slew of requests to accommodate the Fire on the River festivities, including the second consecutive year Water Street was closed for the fireworks. Water Street from Highway 12 to Bates Street was closed from 7 to 11 p.m.

It’s in the books--Prairie du Sac approves ATV/UTVs

The Village of Prairie du Sac approved its ordinances concerning ATV/UTV routes at last week’s meeting, after reviewing them for several months and making minor tweaks. The Village of Sauk City approved similar ordinances last year, so ATV/UTVs will soon be allowed in the Sauk Prairie area.

Black Earth gets approval for installation of back up transformer

State utility regulators in late June approved the village of Black Earth’s purchase and installation of a backup transformer for use in emergency situations.

The spare transformer has an estimated cost of $482,850 and would be shipped this month and installed at the village’s substation on Blue Mounds Street.

Personnel issues at Dane-Iowa Wastewater cause Mazomanie Village Administrator to work overtime

Village of Mazomanie trustee Ray Schlamp spoke up at the June 27th board meeting, asking Village Administrator Peter Huebner, about extra time he has spent administrating the Dane-Iowa Wastewater facility in the absence of Superintendent Brian Stoda, who has been suspended with pay.


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