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  • Kendall addresses children’s dangerous play

    July 12th, 2018
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    Responding to allegations that a group of children have been taking part in risky behavior, the Kendall Village Board considered amending an ordinance regarding motorized vehicles on Monday, but instead decided that the matter should be referred to social services.

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    Wilton proceeds with litigation against Norwalk

    April 18th, 2018
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    Seeking redress after the Village of Norwalk’s decision to leave the Wilton Ambulance Service, the Wilton Village Board agreed Monday to contact an attorney regarding what it sees as Norwalk’s failure to meet its financial obligations to the service.

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    Royall health-insurance costs drop by 2.5%

    March 29th, 2018
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    In a reversal of recent trends, Royall School District health insurance costs will drop by 2.5 percent, the board of education learned at its meeting Monday.

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    Kendall approves sewer-rate hike

    March 15th, 2018
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    To help offset operating costs associated with the village’s new wastewater-treatment plant, the Kendall Village Board agreed Monday to raise sewer rates starting with the April billing.

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    Wilton addresses issue of foul-smelling water

    March 15th, 2018
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    Some utility customers in Wilton turn on the tap only to get water that smells like rotten eggs, and sulfide-reducing bacteria could be to blame, according to Jim Barker of Martelle Water Treatment, a Janesville-based company.

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  • Patient costs to rise under Norwalk’s ambulance plan

    February 21st, 2018
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    When it opted for a less expensive ambulance service earlier this year, the Norwalk Village Board actually transferred some of the costs from local government to the patients, Wilton Ambulance Service director Jeremy Likely said in an interview with the County Line last week.

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    After getting an EPA grant, N-O-W to buy new school bus

    February 14th, 2018
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    After receiving a $20,000 federal Environmental Protection Agency grant, the Norwalk-Ontario-Wilton School District will purchase a new, $89,128 school bus, the board of education decided at its Monday meeting.

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    Highway 71 in Kendall to open to ATVs, UTVs

    February 14th, 2018
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    Highway 71 in Kendall will open to all-terrain vehicles and utility terrain vehicles, as the village board agreed Monday to amend its ordinance on the matter.

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    Wilton offers plan to provide police coverage in Kendall

    February 14th, 2018
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    The Wilton Village Board proposed sharing police hours with Kendall, possibly for a six-month service, at its meeting Monday, though the latter municipality has not agreed to the arrangement yet.

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    More Glendale residences added to Wilton’s ambulance territory

    November 16th, 2017
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    The Wilton Ambulance Service will provide coverage to 307 town of Glendale residents, an increase from 172, as of Jan. 1.

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    Kendall approves 2018 budget

    November 16th, 2017
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    Kendall’s 2018 budget will come in at $430,156, a 2.9 percent increase from its 2017 budget of $417,564, the village board decided after a public hearing Monday.

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