#A Committee Of The Whole

Football fans can stand on the track, if rules respected

Football fans will be allowed on the track during games this year, provided they follow the rules set forth to protect the track surface. The vote came during a regular Cadott School Board meeting Sept. 13, after a discussion about the possibility at a Committee of the Whole meeting a few weeks prior.
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Hibbing police seek to strengthen enforcement of blight ordinance

HIBBING — Last month, the Hibbing Police Department hired two technicians to patrol parking, blight and animal control violations. After receiving numerous complaints from urban and rural parts of the city, the police chief has approached elected officials in an effort to strengthen enforcement of the ordinances. “We’ve been hammering...

Quincy Public Schools

Mrs. Kathryn Hubley & Mrs. Courtney Perdios, Subcommittee Members. Per Governor Baker’s order suspending certain provisions of the Open Meeting Law, G.L. c. 30A sec. 20, the public will not be allowed to physically access this School Committee meeting. Members of the Public can access the meeting live on QATV Channel 22 or at The meeting will also be recorded for rebroadcast and posted on the QPS website on Thursday, September 23, 2021.

Planning Commission meets September 14. Here’s more information.

Planning Commission meets September 14. Here’s more information. The Planning Commission will hold a Committee of the Whole meeting on Tuesday, September 14, at 5:30 p.m. to discuss a Land Acknowledgment from the City and Borough of Juneau and parking code revisions. This virtual meeting will be by video and...
West Newsmagazine

County Council holds on employee vaccine requirement; temporarily halts evictions

A hotly debated proposal before the St. Louis County Council is on hold for now. Councilmember Shalonda Webb (D-District 4) has put forth a bill that would require county employees to be vaccinated. Questions abound as to whether the proposal, as written, would include all county employees and whether such a requirement would withstand a legal challenge.
Rutland Herald

City seeks sit-down with Consolidated

The city would like a word with Consolidated Communications. The Board of Aldermen voted this week to ask the company to send representatives to a Committee of the Whole meeting to discuss issues surrounding their current fiber-optic cable installation project in the city. The discussion was triggered in part by...

Westchester Looking To Replace Old Water Meters

Wednesday, September 8, 2021 || By Michael Romain || @maywoodnews. The village of Westchester is looking to replace the water meters on residential and commercial properties. During a Committee of the Whole meeting on Aug. 24, President Frank Perry said that the village has been working toward the new meters for “at least seven or eight years now.”

Little Chute appoints new Village Administrator

LITTLE CHUTE, Wis. (WFRV) – The Village of Little Chute announced it has appointed Beau Bernhoft as its new Village Administrator. During a Committee of the Whole meeting on September 8, Beau Bernhoft, who previously served as the Village Administrator and Zoning Administrator for the Village of Sister Bay, was appointed as Village Administrator.

St. Louis County Board recommends Iron Range’s Maki for county attorney

DULUTH, MN — The St. Louis County Board has recommended Kim Maki to serve as the new county attorney. The commissioners made the recommendation during a Committee of the Whole meeting Tuesday. Current County Attorney Mark Rubin announced earlier this year he plans to retire September 30. Maki's appointment would...

Board Recommends Maki For County Attorney

DULUTH, MN (KDAL) – The St. Louis County Board on Tuesday has recommended Kim Maki to fill the remaining term of retiring County Attorney Mark Rubin. The vote came from a Committee of the Whole meeting and final approval is expected at the Board’s September 14th meeting. Maki, an Iron...

Stevi council wants more info on covid recovery plan

At a Committee of the Whole meeting on August 26 that was held just prior to the regular meeting, the Stevensville Town Council decided it needed more information before attempting to create a covid recovery plan. The mayor had told the council that he was unwilling to rescind the emergency declaration that he put in place last year unless the council could develop a covid recovery plan.


County Board Chair Analiese Eicher, (608) 571-6823. The Dane County Board of Supervisors will hear from Center for Court Innovation (CCI) at a Committee of the Whole tonight at 6:00pm. The Dane County Criminal Justice Council contracted with CCI to conduct a needs assessment for a potential Community Justice Center.