Hello Quilting Friends, fabric is arriving daily, classes are starting, the longarm is up and ready for your tops, all in all, April will be busy at Sew Many Things.
The Daily News today has 3 letters to the editor regarding Richfield.
The next Washington County Full Service Clean Sweep will be held Saturday May 10 at the Slinger Highway Shop, 314 W, Washington St., Hwy 175 in Slinger.
Compares dealing with Village Board to ‘pack of wild dogs’
By AMANDA VOSS Daily News
Richfield resident Reid Snedaker filed a complaint Wednesday alleging campaign finance violations against former Richfield President Diane Pedersen with the Washington County District Attorney’s Office and the Government Accountability Board.
It is that dreaded time of the year once again and the deadline to file your taxes is fast approaching. The Free File program offers free tax preparation services.
Resolutions of Commendation were part of the Richfield Village Board meeting last night. Lieutenant Schulties presented commendations from Washington County Sheriff Dale Schmidt to 3 people; one was unable to attend the meeting.
Last night, March 20th, was the last Richfield village board meeting, before the April 1 election, where candidates for village trustee could attend and show they had an interest in the governmental business of Richfield. Candidate Meyers was again a No Show. Perhaps he had a good reason but can there really be 8 good reasons?
Association concerned about clean boats
By SARAH MANN Daily News
RICHFIELD — Want to launch a boat? That’ll be $8, please.
The Richfield Village Board took one of the last steps in the planning stages of building a boat launch on Bark Lake. The launch, which is set to open later this year, will cost users $8 per launch, which is a bargain according to Interim Village Administrator Jim Healy; the village could have charged $8.50 but decided that $8 was sufficient to cover the expenses associated with renting out bathroom facilities near the launch.
Richfield residents have seen and lived with multiple years of political activist maneuvering in the village. So Richfield Today is not surprised the on-going feeding frenzy over perceived problems continues. Over the years residents have heard about Hwy J, the Jacklin Pit, a campaign against development on the Hansen farm at Hwy 164 and Q, the bogus "No Sewer" chatter, distorted opposition to Reflections Village and other needed business developments. The cacophony continues to disturb some residents.
Nevertheless, it is wonderful to see Richfield residents continue to elect candidates with leadership and community values. But what does the past elections tell Richfield residents about themselves?
CONTINUED ANALYSIS OF UNIDENTIFIED ORANGE POLITICAL FLYER.
Although some levels of government have partisan elections, the local elections such as Richfield Trustee are still non-partisan. The people who wrote and delivered the orange political flyer would like you to be confused and want to create, in Richfield, a political environment like that seen on the national scene.
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