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Public Information Meeting on Eastside Trail Project

August 15,2017

The City of Two Rivers and design consultants Donohue & Associates will host a public information meeting on this long-awaited bicycle/pedestrian trail to the Two Rivers High School campus on Tuesday, August 29, from 4:30 to 6:00 PM. The meeting will be in the form of an open house, so interested parties can stop by at any time during that time slot.

The approximately one mile long paved trail will run from the end of the current Lincoln Avenue reconstruction project near 35th Street to the high school campus at 44th Street.

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Job Opening - Associate - Reference Services (Part-time)

August 2,2017

Lester Public Library is seeking an enthusiastic, energetic and tech-savvy individual to join our team. This position primarily works at the library’s Help Desk answering reference questions and locating materials for patrons of all ages. On the fly tech instruction is a frequent part of the job duties, so the qualified applicant must be comfortable using and troubleshooting a wide range of technology. This position is approximately 15-20 hours/wk and will be regularly scheduled to work at least one day and one evening shift each week and to work a regular shift of Saturdays.

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August 2,2017

The U.S, Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) recently completed a study that evaluated options for "wave mitigation" or reduction of storm surge, in Two Rivers' harbor. The study, completed at a cost of about $130,000, was jointly funded by the USACE and the City.

The orientation of our harbor channel, opening to the southeast, has historically made the harbor susceptible to waves coming from that direction. Such wave action bounces off the various hard surfaces surrounding the harbor, creating unsafe conditions and damaging docks and boats. Along with the surge issue comes shoaling, or the buildup of sand bars between the piers in the outer harbor. That shoaling creates yet another navigation hazard, and has resulted in the need for frequent, expensive dredging of the outer harbor.

Using data collected during several storm events in 2015, this study evaluates the effectiveness of various structures in reducing, or mitigating wave action in the harbor. It will be used by the City to advocate for funding of harbor modifications in the future. (Note: both piers are the property of the US Army Corps of Engineers.)

To view the report, click here.

Manitowoc County Recycling Center newsletter:

July 13,2017

  • Waste Tire Collection - Sept 11 through Sept 23
  • Compost for Raised Garden Beds
  • Hazardous Waste Clean Sweep Results
  • Electronics and Lamp Recycling
  • General Recycling Guidelines
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    August 7th City Council Meeting

    August 8,2017

    Watch the City Council Meeting.

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    Lincoln Avenue Detour Route

    March 15,2017

    The official detour is along Hwy V V / 45th to Hwy 147, then along 147 to 22nd (and back on 42). From the south, simply reverse. Garfield will be open as will Jackson. A couple of cross streets 24th and 34th should remain open through most of the project.

    The project start-up and the road closure, will start Monday (20th) or Tuesday (21st) of next week. The highway should remain open through the weekend.

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    City Manager's Column

    August 16, 2017

    City Council to Consider Ordinance Prohibiting Animals at Festivals

    At its August 21 meeting, the City Council will consider an ordinance amendment to prohibit animals at festivals and special events.

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    city Manager Greg Buckley

    Greg Buckley
    Two Rivers City Manager