Village Cleanup Day coming in Cascade

by Rodney Schroeter of The Review staff

CASCADE — The Village Board set the date for its annual Cleanup Day at its Tuesday night meeting.

Board members will meet at 7 a.m. for breakfast on Saturday, May 7. By 8 a.m., their patrol of the village will begin. Residents are asked to have their yard waste ready for pickup. As the board covers the village, it will also take note of properties that could be considered “unsightly,” and of unregistered vehicles. More details will be in the next village newsletter.

During the public comments, a very young Olivia Harrison expressed thanks to Capt. Corey Roessler for visiting her school, Parkview Elementary School in Plymouth. Olivia’s name was randomly selected by Roessler, who treated Olivia to lunch.

The board discussed employee health insurance. The village’s policy with Rural Mutual Insurance is up for renewal in December. Village President David Jaeckels said the village’s experience with Rural has been quite satisfactory, but the board expressed a desire to know what other options there are.

Trustee Carrie Krahn had researched insurance options in the past weeks. She reported that fewer options seem to be available to municipalities, a view that other board members agreed with. In fact, it was stated that if the village drops its policy with Rural but later wants to come back, Rural would not be interested in a new policy with the village.

Krahn made contact with a firm that offers health insurance, but not dental. The board asked her to arrange a meeting for further information.

Dates were set for the village’s Open Book: Monday, April 25, 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.; and Board of Review: Thursday, May 26, 4 to 6 p.m.

One building permit was issued in the past month.

There were no applications for liquor licenses.

Dates given in the last village newsletter for garbage pickup were in error. The next quarterly newsletter to residents will carry corrected dates.

Police report for Cascade for the past month: three citations, six warnings, nine property checks, six complaints investigated, and no arrests, traffic accidents, or court appearances.


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