Cascade board takes first steps toward new fire hall

by Rodney Schroeter
of The Review staff

CASCADE — Following up from the February meeting, Village President David Jaeckels reported to the Village Board Monday night that he has arranged to have the current Cascade fire hall appraised.

Last November, Cascade Fire Chief Todd Triebensee told the board that the fire department is growing beyond the capacity of its current fire hall. He asked if the board would work with the fire department to investigate the possibility of a new fire hall. As a result, a committee was formed with members from both entities.

Jaeckels said Monday night that, by the April meeting, the appraisal should be complete.

Robert Horner, a member of Boy Scout Troop 880, introduced himself to the board. He was present to observe a village meeting. He will be doing volunteer work with the Cascade Lions Club.

“Welcome, and good luck,” Jaeckels told Horner. “Keep working hard at your scouting. We’ve had a lot of Eagles come out of Cascade, and we’d like to see more.”

One building permit was issued in the past month.

Jaeckels said that, normally, the village would not start brush pickup this soon in the year. But because of the windstorms, committee members would tour the area and note downed branches for pickup.

Police report for February: One citations for winter parking violation, totaling $20; eight complaints investigated (winter parking patrol, five unlicensed vehicles; background and peace officer); three warnings; 11 property checks; no traffic accidents investigated, arrests made, court appearances, or warrants.


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