Waterford

Bulk pick-up put on back burner

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Maybe at some point, but not now. The Waterford Village Board overwhelmingly delivered this response as a proposed annual bulk item pick-up day went under the microscope. With early backing by the village’s Finance Committee, plans had been in motion to revise an existing contract with […]

 
 

Ten Club Park plans advance

New gazebo, river outlook area are included By Dave Fidlin Correspondent A new gazebo, access to the Fox River and paying homage to the village’s history are among the features included in Ten Club Park’s concept plan, which has received backing from municipal officials. With expertise from such consultants as […]

 
 

Rockin’ on the river

Rockin’ on the river

      Cold Sweat and the Brew City Horns perform June 16 at Village Hall Park as part of the Waterford River Rhythms concert series. The eight-piece band played a variety of popular songs during the 2-1/2 hour concert. (Photo by Jennifer Eisenbart)

 
 

It’s wants vs. needs in Waterford

Budget crunch has village prioritizing expenses By Dave Fidlin Correspondent As budgetary constraints and anticipated shortfalls remain an ongoing issue of concern in the years ahead, officials in the Village of Waterford are re-examining a list of expenses for this year and beyond. The Village Board and Finance Committee held […]

 
 

Town joins opposition to sidewalk near golf course

By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor Town of Waterford Chairman Tom Hincz added his name Monday night to a letter bound for the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. Rivermoor Golf Club is protesting the addition of a sidewalk associated with the Main Street Project, which is projected to start in the next year […]

 
 

Village officials ask residents for feedback

  By Dave Fidlin CORRESPONDENT Within the next week, property owners within the Village of Waterford will be asked to provide input through a community survey that will touch on such issues as the business climate, taxes and relations with neighboring municipalities. Details of the survey are being included with […]

 
 

Public has chance to comment on dredging

By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor A pair of public hearings are scheduled for June 27 with the intended purpose of allowing what appears to be dredging and the relocating of dredged materials in the Town of Waterford. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources announced two public hearings, one at 5 p.m. […]

 
 

Multiple injuries in June 4 crash

There were no fatalities in a multiple-motorcycle crash June 4 in the Town of Waterford. According to Waterford Police Chief Tom Ditscheit, it was a chain-reaction crash, where one vehicle stopped and several motorcycles then collided. Eight people were injured, with seven being transported to area hospitals. According to the […]

 
 

Waterford to introduce new incident procedure in fall

By Dave Fidlin CORRESPONDENT As school shootings, bomb threats and other potentially catastrophic events occur at schools across the nation at a growing rate, Waterford Graded school officials have examined the district’s policies and procedures for most of this school year. The outgrowth of those efforts is ALiCE, a program […]

 
 

Burger King reopens

By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor The Burger King restaurant on Highway 36 in Rochester reopened last week less than 24 hours after a grease fire shut it down. The Racine County Sheriff’s Department sent out a news release May 27 afternoon, saying fire departments from Rochester and Waterford responded to put […]

 
 
 
 
 

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