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EDGERTON VILLAGE COUNCIL: Bid Accepted For Oak Street Resurfacing Project

PHOTO BY JENNA FRISBY / THE VILLAGE REPORTERARBOR DAY FESTIVITIES … Edgerton Mayor Robert Day discusses two tree plantings that took place the week of April 22nd-26th. One honoring Beth Ann Garber, the other Steven “Stevie” Kimpel.

By: Jenna Frisby
The Village Reporter

The Edgerton Village Council met on May 1st, 2024 at 5:15 p.m. in a joint meeting with the St. Joseph Township Trustees followed by their regular village council meeting.

Present were five of the councilors …


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