MADISON – Sheboygan area state legislators Senator Devin LeMahieu (R-Oostburg), Representative Terry Katsma (R-Oostburg) and Representative Tyler Vorpagel (R-Plymouth) have announced that the Highway 23 four-lane expansion has cleared a major legal hurdle.
Sheboygan area people have spoken: The “dark store” loophole that allows big-name retailers to shift property tax burdens onto homeowners must be closed.
The spotlight is on solar power, water conservation and recycling as Sheboygan nears the end of a five-year quest to go green.At a Common Council meeting on Wednesday, April 3, Sheboygan Sustainability Coordinator Chad Pelishek presented the 2018 annual report on Sheboygan’s steps toward environmental sustainability in partnership with Green Tier.
Once thought of as the type of unsavory criminal activity only found in major metropolitan areas, cases of human trafficking have now been reported in all 72 counties in the state of Wisconsin.
A Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) meeting on whether or not the Sheboygan Municipal Armory is worth saving ended in the Armory’s favor.
With the county jail seeing high inmate numbers, Sheriff Cory Roeseler received permission from the county board to hire a consultant for exploring expansion options and alternatives.
For the past 55 years, the Humane Society of Sheboygan County has served as a key community resource providing community assistance on a wide range of animal issues from its shelter headquarters at 3107 North 20th St. in Sheboygan.Whether it is assistance with a lost pet, managing a pet’s behavior, pet adoption services, low-cost spay/neuter surgery or other local pet assistance programs, the Humane Society of Sheboygan County has always been there to help local pet lovers.Now it is time for the Humane Society of Sheboygan County to ask for some help as it kicks off a capital campaign to build a new animal shelter.