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Posted inElectionsGovernment

Candidate Plans Ordinance Requiring Paid Taxes for Elected Officials

If Mount Pleasant village president candidate Jerry Garski wins the election in April, he plans to introduce a village ordinance requiring candidates for public office to to have their property taxes paid in full. Garski is running against current President Mark Gleason. The reason for the ordinance, Garski states on his website, is because the […]

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Candidate Says Village Stalling Release of Nomination Papers

Mount Pleasant candidate for president Jerry Garski said village officials are stymying his efforts to obtain copies of nomination packets for other candidates for village board. Garski told Racine County Eye he went to village hall and requested the copies for review because the deadline to file any potential challenges is 4:30 p.m. Friday. But Village Clerk […]