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Posted on: May 17, 2019

Fourth Ave. Closed at Pulaski Beginning May 23

The intersection of Fourth Ave. and Pulaski Place will close Thursday, May 23, for approximately 3 weeks, with a signed detour, as crews install new underground utilities.

After the installation of utilities, the intersection will open to traffic and the detour will be removed.

Fourth Avenue is anticipated to be opened to traffic prior to June 13. However, this closure may be extended in the event adverse field conditions ar...

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Posted on: May 14, 2019

City to Partner with Hull on Country Club Dr. Reconstruct

Mayor Mike Wiza has announced the City’s intention to partner with the Town of Hull to reconstruct Country Club Drive in the Town of Hull. Mayor Wiza said, "That road is used by everyone and we need to make sure it is safe for everyone."

Mayor Wiza said, “The road is in the Town of Hull and they are responsible for maintaining its condition. Ideally, with proper planning, a major corridor would not be allowed to deteriorate to this level of disrepair.  Regardless, that ...

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Posted on: May 14, 2019

State Representative Shankland's State Capitol Report

A Water Quality Task Force, the First Meeting of the Wisconsin Paper Caucus, New Sustainability Initiatives, the State Budget, and more topics are covered in this online report from Stevens Point's State Representative.

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Posted on: May 13, 2019

Community Conversation on the Future of Downtown

May 23, 7 - 8:30 pm, MSTC Community Engagement Rm., 1001 Centerpoint Dr., Stevens Point, an open house will focus on the Downtown so the public can participate in the Asset & Opportunity Analysis, ask questions, & get the latest on the planning process.

After soliciting community input during a visioning and listening session on January 17, the Redevelopment Authority and our consultants have developed a series of draft recommendations and design concepts based on detailed study of each Target Area.

After...

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Posted on: April 2, 2019

Mayor Wiza Seeking Donations for Fireworks

As he has for the last few years, Mayor Wiza has started a fundraiser with the goal of adding $5,000 to Stevens Point's fireworks budget. Thank you for your support in helping make our fireworks display bigger & better. Let's make 2019 the best year yet!

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