A public hearing will be at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday during the next city council meeting.
Floors in the new fire station will be poured next week.
Dave Light retired Feb. 16 from the Norwalk Police Department, having served as a reserve officer, sergeant, detective, captain and chief.
Council president: “We still have quite a lot of work to do.”
Councilman served from Jan. 2, 2002 through Dec. 31, 2017.
Superintendent Joe Lindenberger says staff members work hard and “burn the candle at both ends,” but they enjoy what they do
It was an historic year for the Norwalk Fire Department.
Council approves job-creation grant for New Horizons Baking Co.
The .65-mill replacement levy with a decrease will be on the May 8 ballot.
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.