Amery News

Amery City Council Approved Changes To Granum Boat Landing Project

The Amery City Council met in special session yesterday afternoon, to consider four agenda items.  A change order for the Granum boat landing project was approved. It involves adding a concrete panel to the launch ramp at a cost up to $4,500.00. The council also learned that several tree plantings are to be part of…

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City Council meets Air

The Amery City Council met at 5:00 p.m. yesterday in the Council Chambers at city Hall. The meeting opened with a public hearing on proposed changes to section 10-4-1(b) of the City of Amery Code of Ordinances pertaining to ATV routes and speed in the City. Renee Smith expressed displeasure with an ATV route in…

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Amery Safety Committee Meets Today

The Amery Safety Committee will meet today, Tuesday, August 28th, at 5pm at the Amery City Hall to consider proposed changes to the City of Amery Code of Ordinances pertaining to ATV routes and speed and to consider a request from the Amery Fall Festival for the closing of Maple Street on September 15th.

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Amery Finance Committee Meets Today

Frances Duncanson, the Amery City Clerk and Treasurer, has announced the meeting of the City Finance Committee for today, Tuesday, August 28th, at 5:30pm in the Amery City Hall.  The agenda includes a possible Polk County Housing authority, the closing of Tax Incremental Finance District Number Five, the request of the Amery Cemetery Association to…

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August 14th Election Results

In Amery, Tony Grimm received 162 votes to 95 for Brent Waak in the race for Polk County Sheriff.  Democratic write-in candidate Patrick McLafferty received three votes.  Joan Ritten received 241 Republican votes for Clerk of Circuit Court.  Jackie Patterson received 226 Democratic votes for Clerk of Circuit Court. In Polk County, Brent Waak received…

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Amery City Council Meeting Highlights

The Amery City Council held its regular monthly meeting at City Hall on Wednesday, August first.  All representatives of the wards were present except for Rick Davis.  A draft of the new zoning map for the City will soon be reviewed.  The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will hold a public information meeting in the first…

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Cleanup at Baker & Harriman Underway

An environmental clean-up crew is at the empty lot at the corner of Baker Street and Harriman Avenue to remove contaminated soil.  Gasoline somehow seeped into that soil; the smell of gasoline was evident yesterday as a large hole was dug and contaminated soil was piled up.

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Amery City Council Adopted Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan

The Amery City Council, in a special meeting held on Wednesday, July 25th, at the Amery City Hall, voted to adopt the bicycle and pedestrian master plan, after striking the sentence which mentioned the movement of the Cattail trailhead.  All six City Council members attended, and five of them voted to adopt the plan; Rick…

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Bicycle & Pedestrian Public Hearing Today

Amery Deputy Clerk Barbara Goeckner has announced that a public forum and discussion will be held today, July 25th, from 5pm to 7pm at the City Hall Council Chambers for the purpose of gathering information from City residents regarding the proposed bicycle and pedestrian master plan.  Though no action will be taken at this hearing,…

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Amery City Council Meeting Highlights

The Amery City Council met in regular session yesterday at 5:00pm in the Council Chambers in City Hall. The meeting was preceded by a Public Hearing on the application of the Amery Housing Authority to rezone from R-3 two-family condo to R-4 Multi-Family Residential, 3.84 acres of property north of Broadway, east of Harrison and…

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