VILLAGE OF CAMBRIDGE
The Dane County Board of Supervisors approved the 2020 county budget at their meeting Monday night, Nov. 11. With an operating budget of $593.7 million, and a capital budget at $69.6 million, the county’s total budget for 2020 is $663 million.
Dane County emergency responders are reacting to a newly introduced state bill that would let municipalities in a joint EMS district exceed levy limits to fund their annual EMS budgets.
What do Deerfield residents want an expanded library to look like and what direction would they like the village’s economic development efforts to go?
If you own property in an unincorporated area of Dane County, the county wants you to know that your zoning designation will soon look very different.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will hold a public involvement meeting to discuss upcoming construction activities for the US 18 resurfacing project between US 12 and WIS 26 in Jefferson County. The meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, August 15, from 5-7 p.m. at the Cambridge Commun…
The town of Oakland won’t halt the reconstruction and widening of Ripley Road, set to begin July 10 with the removal of trees from the right of way.
The Wisconsin Election Commission is taking steps to comply with a federal judge’s order to allow voters unable to obtain a photo ID the option of signing an affidavit instead.
ael Ozanne will be challenged by his employee, Dane County District Attorney Bob Jambois, in the Tuesday, Aug. 9 Democratic primary for the job. With no Republican challenger, the top vote getter will win the position.
The Oakland Town Board, at their July 19 meeting, approved a zoning and conditional use permit for the Valley View Recreational Club. The club sought to add new camp sites, storage sheds, pavilion and storm shelter, and sanitation facilities.
The School District of Cambridge Board of Education at its July 18 meeting approved a proposal to exceed the revenue cap by $1.6 million annually, on a recurring basis. This question will appear on the Nov. 8 ballot.
Three positions on the Village of Cambridge Board of Trustees will be on the April 5 ballot. Seats currently held by incumbents Paula Hol-lenbeck, Dwight Christianson and Mary Fahley are up for election. However, Fahley filed for noncandidacy and is not seeking a new term.
The monthly meeting of the Board of Supervisors for the Town of Oakland met Feb. 17. Attending were Tom Jensen, Jimmy DeGidio, Joy Graffin and Ted Crawford, with Gene Kapsner absent. The main focus of the meeting concerned three conditional use permit (CUP) applications.
Close to 30 people attended the Deerfield Town Board on Feb. 8. held at the town garage building. A dozen residents appeared to give public comment at the meeting regarding the Oak Park Quarry dispute.The township has accrued $18,000 in legal fees during 2015 due to this issue. Jon Halverson, owner of OPQ, was there to answer questions.
The Village of Deerfield Board of Trustees met Monday, Feb. 8 at 7 p.m.
During the meeting board trustee Arnold Evensen reported that the Deerfield Community Center located at 3 W. Deerfield closed the purchase of its building on Jan. 29.
TheDeerfield Village Board met Monday, Jan. 25.
After approval of vouchers and meeting minutes from Jan. 11, the members reported on various committees and commissions.
The issue regarding the Town of Deerfield Board of Supervisors vs. Oak Park Quarry was again addressed at the regular Town Board meeting held in the Town Garage on Jan. 11.
Local residents packed the small meeting room of the town garage, 838 London Road, Deerfield, for a regular Deerfield Town Board Meeting on Dec. 14.
Along with other agenda items, Public Comment – which had not been permitted for the last two board meetings – was slated for residents to address any issue not itemized for discussion.
Two of the five voting members of the Town of Oakland Board on Dec.15 were absent.
Trustees Eugene Kapsner, Jim De Gidio and Joy Graffin constituted a quorum and the meeting was called to order at 7 p.m.
Three separate township meetings were held on Nov. 17 at Oakland Town Hall: the Public Budget Hearing for the Proposed 2016 Town Budget; the Annual Town Meeting of the Electors; and the November Monthly Meeting of the Board of Supervisors.
Chairperson Eugene Kapsner called the assembly to order at 7 p.m. sharp and opened the evening to a Public Budget Hearing.