Purchase of new bobcat; sludge testing at lagoons top Sterling’s agenda

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The Village Board of Sterling approved Chairman Dennis Heusman’s recommendation of splitting the costs with Larry Giesmann on the removal of a tree on his property. The village agreed to pay $300 of the costs.
The board approved Chuck Wingert’s motion to purchase a new bobcat with a yearly trade-in contract. Utility Superintendent Kevin McAuliffe reported that sludge testings have been conducted at the lagoons.
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