Corbin H. Crable firstname.lastname@example.org The Edgerton City Council approved the city’s 2011 budget, which includes a 50-percent trash subsidization for residents, at its Aug. 26 meeting. The city’s current mill rate will hold steady at 42.893, but due to the trash subsidization, Edgerton residents will now pay $6.65 per month for trash services, instead of Continue Reading
Corbin H. Crable email@example.com Edgerton City Council members prepared to approve the city’s fiscal year 2011 budget, which may include a 50-percent trash subsidization for its residents, at an Aug. 19 work session. As of right now, Edgerton residents pay nearly $160 each year for trash disposal services; the subsidization of those services would halve Continue Reading
Corbin H. Crable firstname.lastname@example.org The city of Edgerton has no plans to amend its 2010 budget, according to City Administrator David Dillner. The Gardner News had contacted Dillner in the spring to alert him to discrepancies between the budget it submitted to the state and the version that appeared on the city’s website. Dillner had Continue Reading
Edgerton citizens should be appalled at their council for several reasons.
Corbin H. Crable email@example.com The city of Edgerton has a new logo for its banners, letterhead, business cards – and, eventually, a city flag. The Edgerton City Council approved a design by local resident Matt Todd at its July 22 regular meeting. Todd’s design was one of several submitted to the Edgerton Recreation and Cultural Continue Reading
Corbin H. Crable firstname.lastname@example.org If the Edgerton City Council has its way, Edgerton residents may be paying less for trash services next year. The council, at its July 15 work session, discussed subsidizing the city’s trash services in 2011, from anywhere between 50 to 100 percent. Money to fund the project would come from the Continue Reading
Corbin H. Crable email@example.com The Edgerton City Council will review the city’s proposed 2011 budget at a work session July 15. City Administrator David Dillner, at the council’s July 8 meeting, distributed a June 22 memo to the governing body; that memo notified the council that the city has received an additional $615,000 in revenue Continue Reading