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The Sussex Village Board will meet in close session to discuss how they will respond to a letter that Lisbon sent to them saying they are willing to resume negotiations over the Pauline Haass Library funding.
The Republican Congressman is opposing a bill that would eventual give a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.
Attention online shoppers: You might have to pony up more cash for those online shopping sprees, if federal sales tax legislation becomes law.
The village is considering condemning and purchasing Main Street properties to repair Spring Creek.
The village will save $25,000 with the joint agreement.
Lisbon voted to welcome resuming discussions over the funding dispute of the Pauline Haass Library with Sussex.
The newly appointed state representative will serve on a number of committees that include State Affairs, Assembly Government Operations and more.
For the 25th consecutive year Waukesha County receives the highest possible rating from Investor Services.
The Federal Aviation Administration extended the closure deadline of 149 traffic control towers, including Crites Field, to give airports more time to execute the changes to the National Airspace System
Tony Evers may have won the State Superintendent race but Sussex voted in favor of State Rep. Don Pridemore. The village also voted in favor of State Supreme Court Justice Pat Roggensack.
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