Chilson’s decision delayed for time being



Photo by Julia Wolf. Cedar Corp. representative Len Schreiber (second from left) pointed out pressure differences between options, to get utilities to Chilson’s Corner Motors, during a regular Cadott Village Board meeting Jan. 21. The board decided not to choose an option until after the project engineers hear back from Chilson’s on business pressure needs.

By Julia Wolf

Water main access for Chilson’s Corner Motors was once again a topic of discussion during a regular Cadott Village Board meeting Jan. 21.

The Planning and Development Committee met to discuss options for the project. Randy Kuehni, board member, said the recommendation of the committee was to run the line from East Central Street, across the highway.

Cedar Corp. representative Len Schreiber said the options offer different water pressures.

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