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EDGERTON VILLAGE COUNCIL: Proclamations Made & New Business Introduced For Consideration

PHOTO BY ANNA WOZNIAK / THE VILLAGE REPORTERPROCLAMATION … Mayor Robert Day proclaimed April 21st through the 27th as National Crime Victims Rights Week, with a rededication happening on April 23rd at 10:30 a.m. in honor of the late Beth Ann Garber.

By: Anna Wozniak

After the pledge of allegiance, members Lance Bowsher, Sharon Blinzler, Chuck Wallace, Jason Gruver, Leslie VanAusdale, and Pam Wampler approved the minutes from their April 3rd, 2024 meeting.



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