Linwood Township
At the Feb. 15 Linwood Town Board meeting, discussion continued about a proposed extension of natural gas into the Shadow Ridge Development. The development has about 65 residents, many of whom have signed a petition indicating a willingness to pay assessments for the extension of natural gas into t...Read More
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The Linwood Town Board accepted the terms offered by Crown Castle related to the extension of its cell tower lease agreement with the township. Township Attorney Mike Haag reviewed recommendations made by consulting firm Steel in the Air about the lease offer. Haag believes the township received sou...Read More
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2015 may be young, but Linwood is already getting ready for next year. During the Linwood Town Board’s Jan. 13 meeting, board members discussed preparations for the Linwood Annual Meeting on March 10. Budget planning meetings are scheduled for Jan. 21 and Feb. 4. Both dates are Wednesdays. Meeting...Read More
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Linwood’s plow truck broke during the first big snowfall in November. Building official Mike Jungbauer and other city staff began the hunt for a new truck by checking with representatives listed on the state contract list. Participants save on vehicle and heavy equipment purchases. Ultimately, at ...Read More
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There are enough residents living in Shadow Hills Development in Linwood Township who want natural gas extended to their community. At the Township Board’s Dec. 9 meeting, John Zacher said 55 of the 65 residents in his neighborhood have signed the petition to bring the request to the Linwood board...Read More
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The first storm of the season resulted in a snowfall much heavier than what was expected in many places. In Linwood there were calls about the plowing being very late, incomplete or blocking cul-de-sacs. Some residents brought their questions to the Nov. 11 Township Board meeting. Among them was the...Read More
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Three offices were up for election in Linwood. Bob Millerbernd (Seat A) and Mike Halliday (Seat D) ran unopposed for their respective seats on the Linwood Town Board. Millerbernd garnered 1274 votes; Halliday received 1281. Both were contacted for comments but did not respond. Carrie Luedtke receive...Read More
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