Waterford

Town of Waterford election offers three choices for two seats

Three candidates are seeking two Town of Waterford supervisor positions in the April 3 election. Incumbents Dale Gauerke and Timothy Szeklinski face challenger Jeffrey Klyzub. The two-year positions pay $7,375 annually. Information provided by each candidate follows.   Dale Gauerke Age: 65 Address: 5355 Northwest Highway, Waterford Education: BSE, MSE, […]

 
 

Village of Rochester election features five in board trustee race

Five candidates are seeking three Village of Rochester trustee positions in the April 3 election. Incumbents Christopher Bennett and Christian Johnson face challengers Steve Fladwood, Charlie Pietrowski and Russ Kumbier. The two-year positions pay $3,500 annually, plus $25 per meeting. Information provided by each candidate follows. Steven Fladwood Age: 68 […]

 
 

Common sense, hard work, fiscal savvy favored in village election

By Patricia Bogumil Interim editor Four candidates will vie for three Village of Waterford trustee positions in the April 3 election. Incumbent Ron Kluth faces challengers Steve Denman, Don Houston and Tamara Pollnow. Incumbent trustees Don Hewitt and Randy Harrington are not seeking re-election. The two-year positions p[ay $5,400 annually, […]

 
 

WSD landlord not happy with the town as a renter

By Patricia Bogumil Interim editor Maybe the 99-year, $1/year lease on the Waterford Town Hall can be broken. Maybe it can’t. But either way, maybe it won’t ever really matter. On March 7, commissioners with the Waterford Sanitary District (WSD) asked their attorney, John Macy, to check through all documentation […]

 
 

Gag order chokes off supply of information

‘Forever’ guarantee can’t get past WSD meeting rules By Patricia Bogumil Staff Writer A former President of the Town of Waterford Sanitary District (WSD) found a gag order too hard to swallow at the commission’s March 7 monthly meeting. As a result, former commissioner Dan Dickinson and his wife, Jan, […]

 
 

Crash on a country road brings charges

Waterford driver charged with sixth drunken driving offense   By Patricia Bogumil Interim editor The March 2 snowfall lead to the arrest of a 40-year-old Waterford man, after police reported finding just one set of footsteps in the snow leading from his vehicle, which crashed in Caledonia in the early […]

 
 

With spring in the air, village drainage project flows forward

By Patricia Bogumil Staff Writer A project to alleviate past flooding concerns in the Village of Waterford will soon get off the ground. Monday night, the village board agreed to a request from Mann Bros. Inc. of Elkhorn to hire on KORE Financial Services as funds manager for the project. […]

 
 

The last of its kind

The last of its kind

The Book Cellar closes its doors By Tracy Ouellette Staff writer For sisters Sandy Becker and Pam Christiansen, owning and operating The Book Cellar in downtown Waterford for nearly two decades was an act of love. The joy received by sharing their love of books and reading to the community […]

 
 

WHS Academic Bowl team captures first place

WHS Academic Bowl team captures first place

Waterford High School’s Academic Bowl Team took first-place honors for the second year in a row at the Southern Lakes Conference Academic Bowl held on March 5 at WHS. A team of 20 talented freshmen through seniors competed in two separate rounds. First, each student took a written test in […]

 
 

Last call for any ’80s contracts giving ‘forever’ guarantees

New WSD rates will soon kick in By Patricia Bogumil Interim editor As an accomplished saxophonist, practicing attorney, and elected commissioner for the Waterford Sanitary District, Jeff Santaga has no need to toot his own horn. But Santaga is quick to tout the merits of recent WSD initiatives – while […]

 
 
 
 
 

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