City of Burlington officials have finalized details, including a series of four informational meetings related to the Nov. 8 Echo Lake Dam advisory referendum.

The goal, according to city officials, is to provide the information that will encourage voters to make informed decisions.

The informational meetings are among the top stories in this week’s edition of the Burlington Standard Press. The newspaper will be available at local retail outlets on Thursday and subscribers will receive their copies with Thursday’s mail.

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Here’s a look at some of the other stories in this week’s edition:


NEW CAR WASH: Tidal Wave Auto Spa, a Georgia-based company, plans to set up in the City of Burlington with a new full-service car wash facility. The building will be on Milwaukee Avenue between Landmark Credit Union and Performance Tire and Auto Service.


DEVELOPMENT GUIDE: When a business or developer shows an interest establishing operations in the City of Burlington, oftentimes they have questions, such as how to begin the process. City officials now have a business guide to help the process go smoothly.


COURT NEWS: A status conference is scheduled for Oct. 28 for a Burlington and Wheatland band teacher charged with having sex with an underage girl and receiving nude photos of her.


WISCONSIN WATCH: Climate experts say summer nights have gotten warmer. One study found the average minimum temperature in the United States has gotten warmer by 2.5 degrees over the last 50 years. For farmers, this means crops and livestock could suffer.


ON A ROLL: The Burlington High School girls volleyball team continued its winning ways this week with a lopsided three-set win over Southern Lakes Conference foe Wilmot.