Council appoints Dittman city clerk

by Jeff Pederson
Sheboygan Falls News Editor

The Sheboygan Falls Common Council officially appointed Sabrina Dittman to the city clerktreasurer position, during a semimonthly meeting Wednesday, June 15, at the Municipal Building.

Dittman had been serving as the deputy city clerk-treasurer since Jan. 5 of this year.

She has worked for the city of Sheboygan Falls since 2012, serving as the municipal court clerk, SVRS secretary and police department confidential secretary over a three-year span.

Dittman moves into the position vacated by Joel Tauschek, who will retire on Friday, June 24 after 34 and a half years of service to the city of Sheboygan Falls.

During the announcements portion of the meeting, Mayor Randy Meyer acknowledged Tauschek’s long tenure of service to the city.

“I would like to thank Joel for his 34 and a half years of service to the city,” Meyer said. “I believe the city is bigger and better than it was when he started, which says a lot. His service and dedication will not be forgotten.”

In other business, the council approved Resolution No. 3 2016-17-compliance annual report for DNR required domestic wastewater treatment.

The council also approved a proposal from AECOM for professional engineering inspection services for the River Park swinging pedestrian timber suspension bridge over the Sheboygan River.

The project cost of $6,100 will come out of the city’s capital improvement budget.

The council approved Ordinance No. 2 2016-17 amending Chapter 22 of the city of Sheboygan Falls Municipal Code pertaining to the Shoreland-Wetland Zoning Ordinance.

“This ordinance amendment will provide us with our own shoreland zoning opposed to operating under the county ordinance, which is what we had been doing previously,” Meyer said.

The council also backed an application for a temporary Class B retailer’s license for the Sheboygan

Falls Chamber-Main Street Ducktona Family Festival on Sunday, July 3, at River Park in downtown Sheboygan Falls.

The council granted a 2016- 17 license renewal for Catalunya LLC and gave its authorization to approve the 2016-17 license renewals.

In addition, operator license applications for Gina L. Altendah, Steafanni L. Butler, Mary Fyke, Robin J. McCoy and Brittany J. Vollmer gained council approval.

Meyer noted that all city offices will be closed for the July 4th holiday on Monday, July 4. As a result, garbage pickup will be shifted by one day.

He also stated that the city employee picnic will take place at River Park on Thursday, June 23, from 5-7:30 p.m.


Most recent cover pages:














Copyright 2009-2018 The Plymouth Review, All Rights Reserved

Contact Information

113 E. Mill St., Plymouth WI 53073
Local: 920-893-6411 Toll Free: 1-877-467-6591
Fax: 920-893-5505










M&T's Gibbsville Orchard