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Volunteers keep Elmwood library healthy, board told

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Pierce County Herald
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Ellsworth Wisconsin 126 S. Chestnut St. 54011

By Sari Gordon 

ELMWOOD—The Elmwood Public Library topped the list of items for the Elmwood Village Board’s regular meeting last month.

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Trustee Susan Dzubay acted to reappoint Wayne Nohelty to the library board because he was the only one who applied and is currently serving a position on the library board. Trustee Delores Radtke also reported Brandy Wolstad was hired to do story time and work two days a week at the library.

Volunteers removed an office and the financial report looked good. Library staff was especially grateful for help from Dzubay.

In other business:

Tim Stockman of Foth Engineering briefed the public about the equipment bid memo he sent to the board.

One operator's license was approved for the Longbranch Bar and the 2014-2015 Election Inspectors were approved.

The board unanimously approved giving Village President William Stewart the authority to act on behalf of the village with regard to execution of deeds for the waste water treatment plant.

Trustee Brian Buck stated employee evaluations are coming up and acted to approve the bills for the month. Radtke reported there were changes in Officer Petrasko's schedule, with holiday pay in November and December, and there was a brief discussion of Petrasko's reports during the police committee meeting.

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