This summer the school will undertake replacement of its running track and installation of artificial turf at Don Dalton Stadium at a cost of $1.48 million. What made it possible? About $1 million comes in the form of donations.
The report on the community-backed upgrades is among the top stories in this week’s edition of the Burlington Standard Press.
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Here’s a look at some of the stories in this week’s edition:
DAM GRANT: Residents and city officials can rejoice in knowing state regulators formally approved Burlington’s request for funding Echo Lake Dam improvements. What remains to be seen, however, is whether the money will be spent to remove or improve the dam.
COURT NEWS: A status conference was scheduled for June 13 for a Wind Lake man charged with sexually assaulting a girl over a period of years. Carlos Rosas-Diaz, 44, whose true name is being investigated, is charged with four different crimes related to the case.
ROAD CONTRACT: The Burlington Common Council plans to consider a contract of nearly $1.5 million for the city’s 2022 street and utility program. The program primarily consist of road reconstruction and utility replacement of Jefferson Street from Pine to Bridge streets.
JUNTEENTH EVENT: The Burlington Coalition for Dismantling Racism will host its third annual Juneteenth Celebration at Echo Lake Park in Burlington on Sunday, June 19, from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.
ONE AND DONE: The Westosha Falcons’ high hopes for a WIAA state baseball championship came crashing down Tuesday morning in a 6-1 loss to Menomonee Falls.
CRAFT BREWERIES BECOME DESTINATIONS: Discerning beer drinkers have multiple options in the area when searching for flavorful and creative beers.