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Posted inGovernment

Highway V Closing Monday for Most of October

Drivers who use Highway V be aware: the road is closing to all traffic Monday for approximately three weeks. The installation of a large – 48-inch – sanitary sewer pipe under the roadway is prompting the closure between Washington Avenue and Spring Street though construction is weather dependent. Racine County Director of Racine County Public Works and […]

Posted inCommunityLetter to the Editor

Opinion: Mount Pleasant Should Rescind Highway V Assessments

Mount Pleasant trustees Monday will consider rescinding special assessments for residents on Highway V to pay for a sewer and water project designed for looming development in Caledonia and future development in Mount Pleasant. “Development” is the operative word here and is why board members need to cancel the special assessment and bond for the […]

Posted inCommunityLetter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: Open Letter from Highway V Residents

**This letter to the editor was submitted by a group of Mount Pleasant residents who live on Highway V. You may have read about Caledonia’s water/sewer project that will cost 65 Mount Pleasant residents nearly $2 million in assessments for water and sewer service which was not part of the original contract between the two villages. You […]

Posted inCommunityLetter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: What is at Stake in Mount Pleasant Tonight

**This Letter to the Editor was submitted by Mount Pleasant resident Kelly Gallaher. Tonight the Mt. Pleasant Village Board of Trustees will meet. Under “New Business” the board will consider: “Preliminary Resolution 2-2016 Declaring Intent To Exercise Special Assessment Powers Under Section 66.0703, Wisconsin Statutes, For Water And Sanitary Sewer Improvements Along CTH “V” In The Village Of […]