News Digest

‘Holiday Inn’ showing at library

“Movie Tuesdays” at the Plymouth Library will continue Tuesday, Dec. 23 at 1:30 p.m. in the library’s meeting room.

December’s feature is “Holiday Inn” with words and music by Irving Berlin. A song and dance man leaves showbiz to run an inn that is open only on holidays. A former partner joins him and the two find themselves competing for the affections of the same lovely lady. This film also features the academy award winning song “White Christmas.”

Come and be entertained for the afternoon. Snacks will be provided. For further information contact Reference Librarian Rachel Stoyke at 892-4416, ext. 104.

Please note, that upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. For additional information to request this service, or request information in an alternative format, contact Martha Rosche, library director, at 892-4416, ext. 105.

Holidays delay trash collection

Trash collection in the city of Plymouth will be delayed one day Thursday, Dec. 25 and Friday Dec. 26 due to the Christmas holiday, Director of Public Works Bill Immich has announced.

Collection will also be delayed by one day Thursday, Jan. 1 and Friday, Jan. 2 due to the New Year’s holiday.

Brownfield grant input sought

The Sheboygan County Planning and Conservation Department is seeking recommendations for potential sites to be targeted by a $400,000 Brownfields Assessment grant received earlier this year.

Funds will be used to study brownfield sites in Sheboygan County’s communities, which are locations that may be contaminated by hazardous materials or petroleum. Examples of these sites include former gas stations or old industrial sites, although eligible areas can have a variety of current or past uses. These sites may be of concern for adverse human health impacts, but they may also have potential unseen environmental impacts. Sites such as these are a hindrance to potential redevelopment because of the costs and time associated with cleanup.

The department is asking for input from the public. There is an online form available for sites individuals consider polluted or those posing issues for redevelopment in the community. Forms can be found on the Planning & Conservation Department’s page of the sheboygancounty.com site, and will be available until Jan. 9.

Please contact the department with any questions at 920-459-3060 or emily.vetting@sheboygancounty.com.

Election set to fill 20th Senate seat

Another race has been added to the April 7, 2015, general election ballot.

Voters in the 20th State Senate District – which includes the towns of Greenbush, Lyndon, Mitchell, Russell and Scott in Sheboygan County – will elect a new state senator in the spring general election.

Gov. Scott Walker set that as the date to elect a successor to State Sen. Glenn Grothman, R-Campbellsport.

Grothman vacated the seat to run for Congress from the 6th District, an election he won last month.

If a primary is required, that will be held Tuesday, Feb. 17.

Potential candidates for the 20th District State Senate seat could begin circulating nomination papers Tuesday. Those papers must be submitted by Jan. 6.

Four candidates have already announced their intention to run for the Republican nomination for the seat. They include state Rep. Duey Stroebel of Cedarburg, Ozaukee County Board Chairman Lee Schlenvogt of Port Washington, Calumet County Supervisor Ralph Prescott of Chilton and Tiffany Koehler of Slinger.

Stroebel was one of three candidates Grothman defeated in the Republican primary for Congress last August, while Prescott ran unsuccessfully for the Republican nomination for the 59th Assembly District earlier this year.

No Democrats have announced to run for the seat yet, while Phil Atwood of West Bend has declared as a Libertarian candidate.

Family Fit Gym offered

Plymouth School District Community Education and Recreation is offering Family Fit Gym, a fitness class for parents and kids designed to make working out fun.

In Family Fit Gym, one adult and one child ages 5 to 10 team up for circuit training, physical education games and relay races.

Class will meet with instructor Katie Schuenemann from 6:30 to 7:15 p.m. Tuesdays from Jan. 6 to Feb. 24 on the gym balcony at Riverview Middle School, 300 Riverside Circle, Plymouth. Fee is $22 per pair until Dec. 26, then $32.

Copies of the complete January-April 2015 course guide can be found at www.plymouth.k12.wi.us and at locations throughout the community.


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