Cascade reviews several ordinances for revisions

by Rodney Schroeter
of The Review staff

CASCADE — At its monthly meeting Tuesday night, the Village Board summarized several intended changes to the village ordinance.

The revisions resulted from a special meeting of the board, held on Jan. 18, at which Police Chief Jason Liermann was also present. The board and Chief Liermann spent an hour and a half that night, discussing changes.

The revisions consist of:

• Updating the peddler application form and fee.

• Replacing an ordinance from 1979, regarding minors in possession of malt beverages.

• Repealing an ordinance from 1971, regarding winter parking; a later ordinance covering the same issue made this a duplicate.

• Adding an ordinance regarding appointing alternate members to the Board of Review.

• Adding an ordinance regarding possession of marijuana and paraphernalia.

The board unanimously approved Clerk/Treasurer Kayla Simanovski submitting the revisions to the village’s attorney for review. The revisions will be acted on during the next regular board meeting, Tuesday, March 13.

Village President Dave Jaeckels encouraged board members to attend the fish boil on Friday, Feb. 16, hosted by the Cascade First Responders and to be held at the Cascade Lions Hall, from 4:30 to 8 p.m. He said grilled cheese and chicken will be available, besides fish. “So let’s support our first responders if we can, please,” he said.

Jaeckels reported that annexation of the property purchased for the new fire hall site is in process.

Police report for the past month: Two citations totaling $164.50 (winter parking violation; parking where prohibited); two warnings; 13 complaints investigated (background check for a Madison Police Dept.candidate; two other background checks; assist Cascade first responders; attend village board meeting; three winter parking issues; traffic control; discuss ordinances at village board meeting; meet with Attorney General to discuss heroin use; help catch runaway dog; investigate possible burglary); eight property checks; no arrests made, traffic accidents investigated, court appearances or warrants.

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