News Digest

14th Street bridge to be discussed

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) northeast region in Green Bay is announcing a public involvement meeting to discuss preliminary design concepts for the bridge rehabilitation of the 14th Street (WIS 28) bridge over the Sheboygan River. WisDOT, in partnership with the city of Sheboygan, is hosting the meeting on Thursday, March 27, 2014 from 4:30 to 6 p.m. at the Kiwanis Fieldhouse located at 726 Kiwanis Park Drive, Sheboygan. A short presentation is scheduled for 4:40 p.m.

The proposed improvement project on 14th Street would begin just north of Niagara Avenue and extend north to Ontario Avenue. The purpose of the meeting is to involve the public in the preliminary design, and discuss anticipated traffic control and project schedule. Design concepts to be discussed include the lane configuration or “look” of the bridge and roadway approaches with bike accommodations, sidewalk, and street lighting. Additionally, bridge improvements and impacts to vehicular and bike/pedestrian traffic during construction will also be reviewed. The project is anticipated to be constructed in the summer of 2015.

The public is encouraged to attend the meeting, provide input and ask questions concerning this project. Maps and displays showing the proposed improvement will be on display. WisDOT and city of Sheboygan representatives will be available to discuss the project on an individual basis.

If you are unable to attend the meeting, or would like more information, contact Kyle Treml at (920) 492-4170. Written comments regarding the project can be mailed to Kyle Treml, WisDOT, 944 Vanderperren Way, Green Bay, WI 54304. Citizens who are hearingimpaired and require an interpreter may request one by contacting Kyle Treml at least three working days prior to the meeting via the Wisconsin Telecommunications Relay System (dial 711).

Historical Society hold meeting

“Moonshining and Bootlegging in Wisconsin’s Holyland” will be the focus of the Plymouth Historical Society’s Annual Meeting featuring a presentation by John (JJ) Jenkins.

From 1920-1933, national Prohibition was the law of the land making any “intoxicating liquors” illegal. Across the United States certain populations adhered to the law while othersscoffed at it. In certain areas the economic benefits inherent in the illicit liquor trade provided a way of life and for agrarian societies, such as the Holyland of Eastern Wisconsin, a much needed influx of cash and activity.

The presentation will focus on the unique activities and opportunities the Holyland experienced during national Prohibition. We will discuss how Prohibition came to fruition in a nation which loved it’s alcohol, why the population of the Holyland was specifically offended, and reflect on a collectionof interviews and sentinel events which have continued to define the memories of a time shrouded in mystery and rumor.

Please join us for an evening of stories and discussion from one of the most overlooked, yet formative, phenomenon in American history on Thursday, March 20th, 2014, 7:00 p.m.;at the First Congregational United Church of Christ 1405 Hwy. 67 south, just south of Hwy. 67 and PP, Plymouth Wisconsin. See you there!

Officer bitten by dog

Friday evening a Sheboygan Police Officer was bitten several times by a dog. The officer was speaking with a citizen on a 14th Street sidewalk when the pit bull exited a home at that location. The dog then charged the officer, who recieved injuries to his abdomen and right leg.

The officer was transported to Memorial Medical Center where he was treated and released.

The dog was taken to the Humane Society.


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