Tonia Maxwell, a well-respected insurance agent, is the latest addition to committee, which also will include a law enforcement expert.
Cell tower also a topic of concern at Tuesday’s Norwalk city council meeting.
Two new council members sworn in
The Norwalk Fire Department receives used, refurbished 2004 Pierce Sabre truck.
Topping that list is the old Bargain Center on U.S. 250 and Lais Road, the old PIPO site and Stokely’s.
Finance director Diane Eschen retired Aug. 31 after 44 years of serving the city.
Council members also passed ordinance to welcome an indoor air-soft field, Odin's Paradise, to the city.
“If you don’t have anything to bring me, tell me why,” councilman tells mayor.
New fire station is “on schedule” to be “walled in” by the time winter starts.
Norwalk council continues budget discussions tonight.
Man makes pitch to council involving former Janesville building on St. Mary's Street.
“This administration is letting them do what they want back there.”
Safety-service director questioned on desire to buy two vehicles for city hall.
Two long-time Norwalk city council members will be joined by two newly elected officials as of January.
About 40 people attended Tuesday's Norwalk city council meeting.