Pierz City Council
By Terry Lehrke, News Editor The Pierz Council  has to decide whether the city should purchase a piece of property on the south side of Billig Park on Main Street. It is currently for sale for $64,900. The Council was approached by Todd Preimesberger, resident and real estate agent, at its June 8 ...Read More
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By Terry Lehrke, News Editor Sometime in the 1980s, as far as anyone can remember, a large colorful lion water fountain was installed at Billig Park right on Main Street in Pierz, courtesy of the Pierz Lions. Lorae Vardas, a 20-year veteran of the Lions Club, said the lion figure was to represent t...Read More
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By Terry Lehrke, News Editor Mary Ann Andrea will fill in until the city of Pierz can find a new deputy clerk. Nicole O’Hotto resigned her position and gave a two-week notice late last month, to take a new job. Andrea now retired from Horizon Health, was hired at $11 an hour, about four days a [....Read More
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By Terry Lehrke, News Editor Mary Ann Andrea will fill in until the city of Pierz can find a new deputy clerk. Nicole O’Hotto resigned her position and gave a two-week notice late last month, to take a new job. Andrea now retired from Horizon Health, was hired at $11 an hour, about four days a [....Read More
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By Terry Lehrke, News Editor Residents in the city of Pierz who have old wells, may find out those wells need to be sealed to protect the city’s drinking water. The drinking water runs through infrastructure that was put into place through the Rich Prairie Sewer and Water District (RPSWD), which ...Read More
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By Terry Lehrke, News Editor Allen and Jill Dahmen, owners of Pierz Foods, are  in the planning stages for a new store. They recently signed a purchase agreement for land formerly occupied by Pierz Implement and came before the Pierz City Council with one question: “What do you see Pierz needing...Read More
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By Liz Verley, Staff Writer The date chosen by the Pierz City Council to hold the city’s annual cleanup day is Saturday, May 2. At Monday’s meeting, the Council agreed to a change in the fees charged for some disposable items. This year, there will be a $10 charge for TVs, monitors and laptops ...Read More
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By Liz Verley, Staff Writer  Monday the Pierz City Council accepted the resignation of Matthew Bell, effective Feb. 24. Bell who will be moving out of the city limits, has served as city clerk since he was elected in January 2013. Mayor Toby Egan said, “I really appreciate everything you did for...Read More
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