From an article in the March 2018 Wisconsin Agriculturist
Tom Sarbacker was nominated and won 2018 Master Agriculturist. A Master Agriculturist program is one of the longest running career-achievement honors programs in American agriculture, dating back 88 years to 1930 when the Wisconsin Agriculturist started honoring top farmers for their hard work, dedication, success in farming and exemplary leadership. The winners were selected for their proven ability and accomplishments as progressive farmers, and also for the time, effort and leadership they contribute to community, church and agricultural organizations.
The full article is available for viewing in the Clerk’s office.
On Wednesday, December 6th starting at 6:30 PM, Dane County Board Supervisor Bob Salov is hosting an informational meeting on $751 million in new federal money going to TDS Telecommunications to boost rural broadband expansion.
The meeting is at 6:30 p.m. in the Village of Cambridge Amundson Community Center at 200 Spring St. in Cambridge (bottom floor meeting room).
The Department of Natural Resources is underway on a study, known as the Recreation Opportunities Analysis, looking at existing outdoor-based recreation opportunities and future recreation needs in each region of the state. The study will identify future opportunities for providing high-quality recreation experiences and the potential role of department properties in helping to meet those needs. More details can be found on the ROA web page.
Wisconsin Elections Commission will be mailing out Notice of Suspension of Registration postcards June 12th – June 16th. These are mailed to voters who have not voted in any election in the previous four years. Voters have until July 15th to respond to the postcard. If you have any questions, please contact your local municipality or go to elections.wi.gov
CTH A will be closed between 6:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. to replace a culvert between CTH PB and Observatory Road. The work require the road to be closed to all traffic on Tuesday, May 30th while the culvert is out and open should be open again at the end of the day. Finishing work will occur on Wednesday, May 31st so there may be temporary closures as the asphalt patch is constructed but emergency vehicles will be able to get through.
STH 69 closed to through traffic on Monday, May 22.
Tree removals will begin on Tuesday, May 23 along with breaking the concrete pavement.
Pavement removal north of the bridge will begin later in the week and will continue into next week.
STH 69 work is scheduled from May 22, 2017 – August 31, 2017 and the road will remain closed to through traffic during this time frame. Access to local properties and businesses will be maintained at all times throughout construction. Work for this project will include concrete pavement removal, common excavation, water main and storm sewer installation, concrete bridge repairs, new asphalt pavement, curb and gutter removal and replacement, new guardrail, pavement marking, and other incidental items needed to complete the work.