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Electric system stability in Holiday City continues to be explored as explained Thursday night by Village Administrator Gary Baker. [Read More]
An ordinance licensing golf carts in Stryker was discussed at Monday's regular council meeting. [Read More]
Extensive hiring was the primary activity at Monday's Central Local school board meeting. [Read More]
Village council awarded a construction contract for $2,118,000 and sold the old village hall for $15,000 Thursday evening. [Read More]
Police Chief Steven Schlosser asked Stryker Village Council Monday night in writing to increase police officer pay. [Read More]
Costs related to the Mother's Day weekend wind storm power outage were reviewed Thursday by Holiday City Village Administrator Gary Baker. [Read More]
The village is exploring backup electrical systems to avoid power outages like the one that affected the Menards distribution center at the end of April. [Read More]
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The Central Local Board of Education made a change to its high school drug testing policy at Monday's regular meeting. [Read More]
The village's former town hall has been revalued by the Williams County Auditor as village officials await bids on the structure. [Read More]
A pair of Stryker police officers are leaving the department for jobs in Montpelier. [Read More]
The need for improved communication between the village offices and the local baseball association was discussed Thursday night by West Unity Council. [Read More]
Siebenaler Construction submitted the lowest bid for the Stryker Village hall renovation project, village council learned at Monday's regular meeting. [Read More]
A very short agenda for Stryker Council Monday night included these updates:... [Read More]
An enterprise zone agreement with a 15-year, 100 percent tax abatement has been approved for Menards. [Read More]
Fairview High School is teaming up with an unlikely educational cohort: The University of Texas at Austin. [Read More]
The former village hall building was valued by council Thursday night at $45,000. [Read More]
As of March 1, 911 calls for police services within Holiday City will be directed to Montpelier police. [Read More]
A village business owner brought a possible nuisance concern to village council on Monday. [Read More]
After a short executive session during Thursday's regular meeting, West Unity Village Council rejected the single bid received for the previous village hall. [Read More]
Williams County Sheriff Steven Towns provided answers to village council's questions about dedicated deputy patrol service within Holiday City at Thursday's meeting. [Read More]
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