Highlights from last week’s De Pere City Council meeting:
De Pere City Council swore in new Alderperson, John Quigley, and new terms for Alderpersons Jonathon Hansen, Dean Raasch, and Amy Chandik Kundinger. Alderpersons Dan Carpenter and Dean Raasch were reappointed to the Plan Commission and Alderperson Jonathon Hansen was elected Council President.
Council was given an update on the Mulva Cultural Center. The project has grown exponentially since the original concept, now nearing $100M for the total project cost. The Center is planning for an August 2023 opening. This summer groundbreaking is expected in August. You will notice site construction staging, the beginning installment of 100 wells for geothermal heating, and the arrival of a tower crane.
De Pere’s Mask Ordinance will sunset on May 5th. The City of De Pere is holding its next Moderna vaccine on Wednesday, April 28. It will be held at the De Pere Community Center. Click here to sign-up: https://loom.ly/inqtBxI<https://loom.ly/inqtBxI…>https://loom.ly/inqtBxIhttps://loom.ly/inqtBxI
Outdoor seating was approved for Strada Pizzeria on N. Broadway and Caliente on George Street – get ready for summer al fresco downtown dining.
Council Meetings will be held in person with social distancing measures in place. Residents can attend in person or call in using the number provided on the agenda.
Small Business pandemic loans are still available through the city. Click here for more information.
The full agenda and meeting video are available at the link below. Wishing you a great day.