A Message from Mayor Jeff Walik
By now we’ve all settled into a new year and some cold wintery days. Although we haven’t had the amount of snow that we’re used to, there’s still a chance we can get hit with a good snowstorm. If or when that happens, we will be ready to do what we do best and that is to get our streets cleared and safe for our residents. In the event of a measurable snowfall, we do ask that you do your part and follow the signs on every street to see which side of the street even or odd gets plowed. This will help with the clearing of the snow.
We have accomplished some amazing things in 2022 with a lot of “new” things that happened.
Four New police officers – Four New police vehicles – One new police and fire command vehicle – one new ambulance – street paving on Gunderson Avenue – New businesses in town – securing two million dollars and the property on 41st and Ridgeland for a brand-new Community Center. Just to name a few! All this was made possible without raising your tax dollars. Your mayor and board of trustees will continue to work hard for all our residents.
We’re ready now to look ahead and can’t wait to see what’s in store for the new year 2023.
Be Safe and stay warm during these cold wintery days.