FAIRLY CRAFTY I Can Sew!
I told you in my very first blog post that I can't sew. I received a sewing machine as a birthday gift when I was in high school, and I had lofty dreams of designing my own clothing and bedding and an... Posted on 1/24/12 at 3:35 PM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Committee flushes sewer district
Discussing sewer district
A half-dozen years of fighting appears near an end for Douglas County's Central Lakes Region Sanitary District.
A bill that got its start Monday night would disband the dist... Posted on 3/23/09 at 2:56 PM
Even though the Central Lakes Region Sanitary District (CLRSD) dissolved nearly six months ago, it’s still affecting those living in the six Douglas County townships that were once part of the district.
Based on the questions and comments during informational meetings over the weekend in Atwater, it’s obvious not all 300 homeowners around Diamond Lake are keen about a proposal to link up with the Green Lake Sanitary Sewer and Water District.
USDA Rural Development is encouraging rural communities looking to upgrade water, sewer and storm water infrastructure to contact their local Rural Development office and begin the application process.
Supervisors for both LaGrand and Moe Townships voted unanimously Monday to withdraw from CLRSD.
The decision by each township board comes just days before the CLRSD board's February meeting, set for tonight, Thursday, at 7:30 p.m. at Leaf Valley Town Hall.
The meeting is expected to focus on CLRSD's recently revised comprehensive plan. Given recent events, discussion may also turn to the question of the district's future.
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