Shorewood Village Board Meeting on Sewage Backups this coming Monday follows Whitefish Bay Board Meeting of last Monday --- Will there be any Differences in Action or In-
The Whitefish Bay Board had a post sewage flooding meeting on August 16th.
According to reports, the Bay citizens are thoroughly fed up with their elected officials, and Village Manager Grassman, for lack of action in preventing the sewage backups and the lack of direction in preventing future ones.
Shorewood citizens will get their first chance post sewage backups to see what the Shorewood Village Board and the Village Manager are doing to prevent future occurences.
It is already well known that a substantial number, if not the majority of Shorewood citizens, feel the Village Board and the Village Manager have been derelict in addressing the backups, flooding, and sewer problems in Shorewood for over a decade.
The Board Meeting, as announced in the Manager's Memo is as follows:
Having heard many thoughtful suggestions and concerns from residents at the public information meetings, the Village Board will be holding a special meeting on Monday, August 23rd to consider an action plan for potential sewer system facility improvements. The meeting will be held at 6:30pm at the Village Center.
If you are interested in what the Village Board and Manager are doing to address this problem, be sure to attend the meeting.
Bay residents may also want to attend, as Shorewood and Whitefish Bay are joined at the hip regarding sewers, sewage and flooding.
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