Village truck, squad car being sold

by Abby Lynn Harvey of The Review staff

CASCADE – Both the old village truck and the old squad car have been listed on and are currently being bid on, the Cascade Village Board was informed at their Tuesday evening meeting. The auctions end on April 15.

The new squad car is in service and the officers are very happy with it according to a report from Trustee Jim Larson.

The Park Committee will again oil eggs in an effort to control the goose population in the village. After all necessary licenses and permissions are granted, Larson and Trustee Todd Starnitcky will move forward with the project.

Oiling eggs is the preferred method of goose abatement by the Humane Society. Eggs are coated in corn oil which prevents air from passing through the shell, thus halting the development of the embryo.

The village website is near completion, Trustee Steve Green informed the board. He estimates that up-to-date minutes and agendas will be able to be posted by the end of this month. Testing will be done using monthold agendas and minutes to insure that nothing will be posted before it should be.

Trustees continue to brainstorm ideas for the placement of the new speed sign. Trustee Jerry Hendrickson suggested placing it on State 28 just east of Wisconsin Street to alert drivers of their speed when entertain town. There are also issues with speeding on the west end of State 28 in the village, though the portable sign that the village has owned for several years is easier to transport to that area, Larson stated.

The Little Free Library was unveiled on Sunday, April 7 and is now stocked with books. The board again commended Jaida Karmasin for her hard work and for making a positive contribution to the community.

The next meeting of the Cascade Village Board will be held on May 14 at 7:30 p.m. Items to be discussed include an update of the village directory, Porta Potties at the park, the garbage contract with Advance Materials and committee assignments.

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