Stan Obrenovich's frustration nearly boiled over this week.
For the past four years, a bulletin board, which Obrenovich said he put "$600 into," has been held captive in storage at the street department.
"It used to be up at the park near Berry's," Obrenovich said. "Then, Sue Lesch said she was going to put it over by the armory. Now, it's down at the street department and it's been there for years."
Obrenovich wants the bulletin board to be placed at Suhr Family Park. "The bulletin board would let everyone know what's going on," he said.
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