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GALENA–During two meetings, one after the other on Monday, May 24, plans to transition the Jo Daviess County Transit to a county-operated entity moved ahead. After the county’s social … more
GALENA–Outgoing Jo Daviess County Administrator Dan Reimer was recognized for his 15 years of service to the county and the citizens of Jo Daviess County during the Tuesday, May 11 county board … more
STOCKTON–The Stockton Village Board reorganized at the Tuesday, May 11 meeting. Prior to swearing in new members, the board recognized outgoing board members Jackie Lickes and Rhonda Perry … more
KIELER, Wis.–The Jamestown Town Board approved two zoning requests at its April 13 meeting. The board approved a request from Doug Meyers of Bluff Hollow Estates to add five lots to the new … more
ELIZABETH–The Guilford Township Board discussed the recently introduced House Bill 0720 during its March meeting. The bill would change the state statute to allow ATVs on the road. The board … more
GALENA–Much like last year, there won’t be any open burning in the city of Galena this spring. That was the decision by the Galena City Council Monday, April 12. Instead of allowing … more
GALENA–Scott Toot was officially selected as the new county administrator by the Jo Daviess County Board at its Monday, April 12 meeting. After coming out of closed session, the board agreed … more
GALENA–The Jo Daviess County Emergency Telephone System Board (ETSB) met April 7 to approve an update of the dispatch system currently in use by the county. The main action item was approval of … more
GALENA–The Jo Daviess County Board Economic Development Ad Hoc Committee met March 29 and introduced two potential changes to the county’s zoning ordinance. Mike Dittmar, committee … more
DUBUQUE, Iowa–The Dubuque Metropolitan Area Transportation Study (DMATS) policy board approved an amendment to the 2021-2024 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) April 8. Included in the … more
GALENA–Budget talks for the city of Galena are a whole lot different than they were a year ago as the pandemic took hold and city staff made every attempt to rein in spending and cut … more
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