Cascade seeking new village clerk

by Rodney Schroeter of The Review staff

CASCADE — The village of Cascade’s monthly meeting for April was brief, but contained a significant development for the village.

Village President David Jaeckels read a letter from Village Clerk Sherry Gallagher. In her letter, Gallagher tendered her resignation.

Gallagher’s letter expressed her deep sadness for her decision, after serving as clerk for 15 years. The letter stated that she will soon start a full-time job.

“Sherry gave me this last night, Jaeckels said. “I wish her well, and understand her needs. I want to thank her publicly.”

The board discussed holding a Personnel Committee meeting, to start the process of looking for a new clerk. Jaeckels said that Gallagher will work with the village as the village transitions to a new clerk.

The board reviewed the March 31 minutes of the Personnel Committee, which had developed and recommended to the board an Employee Disciplinary Procedure for village of Cascade personnel. The steps would be:

1. Verbal warning

2. Written warning, documented with a 1-day suspension

3. Written warning, documented with a 3-day suspension

4. Termination

The board unanimously approved the recommended procedure.

The transmission on the village’s dump truck was replaced. The village will try to get another year’s use from the truck, and watch for a possible new truck starting later this year.

Spring Cleanup will be Saturday, May 3, 7 a.m.

On Thursday, May 15, the village will conduct its Open Book from 3 to 5 p.m., with the Board of Review immediately thereafter, from 5 to 7 p.m.

There were five building permits in the month of March.

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