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Village Board


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reporter.911animalabuse.com

ROCK SPRINGS — Village Board President Harlan Behnke attended a meeting of the Sauk County Executive and Legislative Committee on Tuesday to ask that the county postpone fines levied on the Wisconsin Big Cat Rescue & Educational Center.
But Behnke said the nonprofit is struggling because people are avoiding the village after it flooded in early June. Road construction also has led to almost no traffic through the village, Behnke said. If the county doesn't work out a revised payment plan, Behnke said, the Village Board may get involved. "The village would not like to jump into this battle," he said.


www.nbc15.com

That is our only goal," Harlan Behnke says.Sandbags still sit scattered as well as dumpsters in downtown Rock Springs, but Village President Harlan Behnke says a brighter future is a couple of weeks away.We're getting ready for the rest of the summer," Behnke says.Behnke says the village board already has approved building permits for other businesses.He hopes the village will get enough hazard mitigation funding to buy out buildings for two businesses as well as more than a dozen homes."I think we have a good case.Think we have been hit hard enough that there's no other answer than that to take the buildings down."Behnke says he is in the process of finding all of the families space to rebuild."We're looking real hard to find places for them.We don't want to lose anyone," Behnke says.He says the village cannot afford to lose them."If we keep our head up and we keep moving ahead, the village will get better," Behnke says.


reporter.911animalabuse.com

, END image_caption , END image area BEGIN bodyStoryByline , By Tim Damos / News Republic , END bodyStoryByline , , , ROCK, SPRINGS — Village Board President Harlan Behnke attended a meeting of, the Sauk County Executive and Legislative Committee on Tuesday to ask, that the county postpone fines levied on the Wisconsin Big Cat Rescue, & Educational Center.
, But Behnke said the nonprofit is struggling because people are avoiding the village after it flooded in early June. , Road, construction also has led to almost no traffic through the village,, Behnke said. , If the county doesn't work out a revised payment plan, Behnke said, the Village Board may get involved. , "The, village would not like to jump into this battle," he said. , END image_caption , END image area BEGIN bodyStoryByline , By Tim Damos / News Republic , END bodyStoryByline , , , ROCK, SPRINGS — Village Board President Harlan Behnke attended a meeting of, the Sauk County Executive and Legislative Committee on Tuesday to ask, that the county postpone fines levied on the Wisconsin Big Cat Rescue, & Educational Center. , But Behnke said the nonprofit is struggling because people are avoiding the village after it flooded in early June. , Road, construction also has led to almost no traffic through the village,, Behnke said. , If the county doesn't work out a revised payment plan, Behnke said, the Village Board may get involved. , "The, village would not like to jump into this battle," he said.


www.nbc15.com

"I don't know when this will go down," says village president, Harlan Behnke.


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