During the Feb. 16 meeting of the Chilton Common Council, Mayor Tom Reinl informed the council that following a conversation with Jerry Mallmann of the Chamber of Commerce, Police Chief Craig Plehn, and Fire Chief Ben Schoenborn, Reinl authorized the Chamber to proceed with planning the Father’s Day Parade.

Director of Public Works Chris Marx reported on several activities:

• The snow and ice removal operations have been ongoing. With warmer temperatures being expected next week, the road salt will be effective.

• Progress continues regarding the warehouse construction in TID 6. The owner is expected to apply for occupancy in March, with final landscaping and outside work to be completed this spring.

• Non-residential cross connection surveys were recently completed by Hydrocorp. The city contracted that work with Hydrocorp. This work will occur on site in Chilton approximately two days each month for the next two years.

(For more news from this meeting, please see the Feb. 25 issue of the Tri-County News.)

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