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  • Norwalk board grapples with parking concerns

    November 14th, 2019
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    At Monday’s Norwalk Village Board meeting, Butch Johnson pointed out to the board, specifically president Levi Helgren, that it had voted on the ordinance for parking large trucks on the streets last month, asking why it was on this month’s agenda.

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    Norwalk looking for money for flood repairs

    October 11th, 2019
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    Norwalk Village Board members have been trying the past few months to find money to help repair more than $51,000 in damages from last year’s floods to seven sewer lines, two catch basins and a culvert.

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    Norwalk has two public hearings in same night

    September 12th, 2019
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    The Village of Norwalk had two public hearings on Monday, the first of which asked for public input on the recently purchased building at 212 Main St.; and the second, on backyard chickens.

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    At Norwalk Village Board meeting, anger erupts over backed-up sewage during 2018 flood

    September 12th, 2019
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    Tempers flared at Tuesday’s Norwalk Village Board meeting during an announcement for a public meeting next month on the mandated flood-ordinance update.

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    Norwalk to consider rules on backyard chickens Sept. 9

    August 22nd, 2019
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    A public-information meeting on the possibility of Norwalk residents keeping chickens is set for 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 9, Norwalk Village Board President Levi Helgren announced at the board’s meeting Aug. 13.

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  • Letter to the editor: Questions for the Norwalk Village Board

    May 23rd, 2019
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    After reading the article, “Norwalk rejects a range of expenditures,” I was left with a few questions. Madonna Johnson, why do you think an officer of the law, whose job it is to serve and protect, even you, should have to pay for a vest that would save his life, God forbid?


    Letter to the editor: How can Norwalk develop a progressive, forward-thinking attitude?

    November 29th, 2018
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    In response to the article “Arguing in Norwalk …” in the Nov. 21 issue, I would like to voice a few concerns and add a few comments to the mix. I have stopped attending Norwalk’s monthly meetings for just that purpose. The arguing, swearing and lack of professionalism is counterproductive to our failing village.


    Letter to the editor: Imagine if free lunch program in Norwalk was expanded?

    August 16th, 2018
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    It was great to see your write up on United Methodist Church in Norwalk and the excellent service it provides to the community.