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Marlee Lane Utility Construction Update

As part of the utility improvements needed to supply the upcoming Titletown Development, sanitary sewer reconstruction has started on Marlee Lane.  The utility contractor, Vinton Construction, started on Monday, May 23rd along the stretch of Marlee Lane from Morris Avenue to April Lane.  The work includes replacing the existing 8” sanitary sewer with a 12” sanitary sewer.  Typical open trench construction that you see on the majority of utility projects was not selected for this project due to the existing soil conditions.  Instead, a pipe bursting technology is being used where access points are excavated at the intersections (where the manholes are located) and new pipe will be pulled through the existing pipe.  This first phase of work on Marlee Lane, between Morris Avenue and April Lane, is nearly ready for the new pipe installation.

Tentatively scheduled for mid-morning on Thursday, the intersections of Marlee/Morris Avenue and Marlee Lane/Canterbury Lane will be closed to allow for the installation of the new pipeline.  If the pipeline installation goes well, these intersections will be re-opened for the weekend.  Future work will be needed at these intersections to install new manholes, but that will come at a later date.

During these intersection closures, traffic will be detoured at Argonne Street from the west and Orrie Lane from the east and brought to Brookwood Drive in order to mitigate the construction zone.

Thank you to the residents in the construction zone for their patience during this project as the contractor is doing everything they can to minimize the daily inconvenience.

--UPDATE (5/26)—Due to the weather experienced Wednesday night and the predicted rain for Thursday and possibly Friday, the pipe bursting work listed above is postponed until Tuesday 5/31.  The contractor will continue with prep work and site clean-up to get intersections opened up as much as possible for the holiday weekend.

--UPDATE (5/27) – Traffic control has been situated for the holiday weekend.  Work will resume Tuesday morning (5/31) with the pipe bursting program listed above as well as the associated traffic control.  A new update will be provided Tuesday for the upcoming week.  Thank you again and have a great holiday weekend.

For a full Titletown Public Utility Construction update, you can access daily and weekly briefings by clicking on this link
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Pilgrim Way Reconstruction Project

Motorists will see traffic control barrels and construction activity along Pilgrim Way from Ashland Avenue to Holmgren Way starting Monday, May 16th.  This section of roadway has been in the design stages for 4 years waiting for the I-41 work to get to a point that would allow the construction phase to start on Pilgrim Way.  Traffic flow off of STH 172 will be maintained at all times but once onto Pilgrim Way, traffic will be directed to Holmgren Way or Ashland Avenue depending upon the project stage.  The first stage of the project, lasting from May 16th through June 23rd, will have Pilgrim Way closed from the STH 172 off-ramp to Ashland Avenue.  Traffic will flow to Holmgren Way and then follow the detour route to Vanderperren Way to gain access back onto Ashland Avenue.

Brown County is the jurisdiction leading this project in cooperation with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.  Clicking on this link will get you to the project webpage for further information and construction contacts.

Work is scheduled to be completed by September 1st at which point in time full operation of the roadway will resume.  Thank you to everyone for your patience and understanding during this time. read more ...

Ashwaubenon Blast - Saturday, August 13
Because of the positive responses from the 6,000-8,000 people who attended AHS’s 50th Anniversary Celebration last August, the Alumni Association and Village of Ashwaubenon are making a community picnic like this an annual event. So, save the date of Saturday August 13, 2016 for the Ashwaubenon BLAST. The entire community, along with friends, relatives, neighbors and alumni, are invited to join us at Ashwaubomay Park for food, drink, children’s games and activities, free swimming at Ashwaubomay Lake for everyone and music by The Cougars and Big Mouth. 

Seeking Election Inspectors
The Village of Ashwaubenon is seeking individuals to serve their community as Election Inspectors.  If you enjoy working with others in a team setting and are willing to commit (paid) a few days a year in this vital role of the electoral process, please call the Office of the Clerk-Treasurer at (920-492-2302) for additional details 

Land Owned by the Green Bay Packers
Want to know what parcels of land are owned by the Green Bay Packers? The Brown County Land Information Office created a ‘map’ app for that!  Click here for more information and to view app… 

Ashwaubenon K-9 Merchandise Available For Purchase
Various Ashwaubenon Public Safety K-9 Unit Merchandise is now available for purchase.  Items include long & short sleeve shirts, custom challenge coins and bottle openers. 100% of proceeds go directly to Ashwaubenon Police K-9 Unit to offset ongoing costs.  Please contact K-9 Handler Rick Young at ryoung@ashwaubenon.com with any orders or questions. read more ...

CDBG Loan Program
Homeowners - If your home is in need of repairs, you may qualify for home rehabilitation assistance through the NE Wisconsin Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) - Housing Loan Program: read more ...

New Business Growth and Expansion
Take a look at the newest businesses to locate and grow in the Village. read more ...