Cadott Village Board; Mobile home park still a mess



WHAT TO DO –– John Scharlau, Ash Street mobile home park owner (center), explains his company’s procedures to the Cadott Village Board at a regular meeting May 15. After hearing issues from neighboring property owners, the police department and the board, Scharlau agreed to work with the village to see what can be done to cut down on crime and litter at the park. (Photo by Ginna Young)

After concerns were voiced by Cadott residents last month, at a May 15 village board meeting, Pleasant Valley Properties owner John Scharlau was on hand to address issues with the mobile home park at 306 South Ash Street.

“We’re just looking for some assistance and guidance I guess,” said Anson Albarado, village president, “because you’re the owner of a place where we’re having a few issues.”

In 2016 alone, the Cadott Police and Chippewa County Sheriff’s departments responded to 57 out-of-office dispatch calls at the mobile home park, in addition to 15-20 direct office calls. Since January, there have been 15 calls to the park, which range from domestic disputes, to assault and battery.

“In the last two years, it has basically gotten out of hand,” said Cadott Police Chief Louie Eslinger.

See Thursday, May 18, 2017, issue of the Courier Sentinel for more on this story. Newspapers can be purchased at our Cadott office or Cornell office.

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