Government

Prairie du Sac plans to take out loans for projects

The Village of Prairie du Sac is planning on taking out $4 million in loans for its slated projects this year as well as some debt savings. Part of the $4 million will be used to refinance bonds taken out in 2014.

Mazomanie facing PD budget crunch

The village of Mazomanie chose to pass on involving itself with litigation against pharmaceutical companies as far as the opioid epidemic is concerned. Board members expressed concerns ranging from what to do with any damages, as well as the reputation of the village—along with how much money would go back to lawyers.

Sauk City pursues lead service line replacement funding

Prairie Exteriors & Painting and the village are tying up loose ends before the new building goes in. At their last meeting, the Sauk City Village Board approved a split to the 9-acre lot that will hold the new building.

Prairie du Sac dives into waste disposal zoning

After dealing with some administrative matters involving sick time, the Village of Prairie du Sac got its hands dirty discussing the second item on their agenda: waste disposal.

Sauk City delays lead water service lateral replacement

The Village of Sauk City ran through a relatively routine agenda last week, ticking some items off their list.

Heights looking at solar power for new building

The future looks even brighter for Wisconsin Heights’ under-construction single campus. The district is looking to generate 38 percent of its power needs from a solar installation adjacent to the new elementary wing.

Strunz honored by Prairie du Sac


The Village of Prairie du Sac honored Sauk Prairie Police Chief Jerry Strunz last month, recognizing him for his First Responder of the Year award and his long-time service to the community. Pictured is Strunz with Prairie du Sac Board President Cheryl Sherman.

The Village of Prairie du Sac honored Sauk Prairie Police Chief Jerry Strunz last month, recognizing him for his First Responder of the Year award and his long-time service to the community. Pictured is Strunz with Prairie du Sac Board President Cheryl Sherman.

Village of Arena awarded grant for West Park fishpond path

A grant for the West Park fishpond path has been received from the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) the Arena Village Board learned at their December meeting. The 50/50 grant is in the amount of $3,952 and includes the cost of the path and a light along the path.

New stop sign for Prairie du Sac

The Village of Prairie du Sac ticked several to do items off the list at their last meeting, with decisions ranging from construction contracts to snowmobile routes again.

Prairie du Sac denies snowmobile trail to HS

Sewer rates will be going up for residents of Prairie du Sac, with a 5 percent increase coming next year. The Sauk Prairie Sewerage Commission this year increased their fees by 3 percent for the villages. In order to meet its needs and cover the costs of the increase, the village needs the 5 percent increase.

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