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  • Manor seeks $200,000

    Hamilton Manor’s new administrator asked county commissioners Monday for $200,000 to address priority issues at the county-owned facility, noting that the total list of current needs adds up to approximately $800,000.

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  • AACD requests $9,665

    The Aurora Area Chamber & Development Corp. requested $9,665 from city leaders last week in the second year of a sustainable funding model designed to garner support for economic development efforts from the three largest local taxing entities.

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Technology in the classroom PDF E-mail

When Aurora school administrators and technology specialists began discussing which direction to go with a 1-to-1 initiative, it came down to a debate between laptops and iPads.
The discussion centered on keyboards versus touch pads, security versus responsibility, old school versus new school.
The iPad eventually won out, but it took some time and a few visits to schools with established 1-to-1 initiatives before everyone was onboard with the decision.

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Recall petition filed PDF E-mail

A second recall affidavit principal circulator form has been submitted to the Hamilton County clerk’s office -- this one seeking the removal of Douglas L. Andersen from the office of Hamilton County Commissioner -- District 1.

Hamilton County clerk/election commissioner Pat Anderson said Laverne Bamesberger of Marquette submitted the affidavit on Oct. 9, listing the reason for recall as: "Micromanaging county offices, creating a hostile work environment, involvement with questionable sales and purchases of county equipment by not going through the bid process."

 
Madison named OIC in Hampton PDF E-mail

The Hampton Post Office has a new face in charge, at least on a temporary basis.

Cindy Madison is currently running the facility as the officer in charge (OIC), until a permanent postmaster is hired. The process could take somewhere around 30 to 90 days.

"I could be here one month or three months. I don’t think I’ll be here much longer than that," she admitted. "This is just a temporary assignment."

 
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