KENOSHA ⏤ Initiatives to improve the Kenosha Fire Department and internet access in Uptown and throughout the city moved through committees this week.
For the KFD, city committees approved needed variances for a new Kenosha Fire Station No. 4. The city is planning to largely model the new Fire Station No. 4 after the recently-completed Fire Station No. 1 in the city.
On Monday, the city Public Works Committee also approved the location of a new SiFi Networks Communication Hut in the Uptown neighborhood. The hut is one of three that will help expand internet access and capacity throughout the city limits.
Check the list below of other things, including a music video debut, you may have missed on our site since Sunday.
Kenosha Creative Space hosted the talents of three local bands Saturday night: Lumphead (Brittany Lumley), Roaming Bear and Codes within Codes (Cody Cummings). I had the pleasure of being a face in the crowd listening to the different stylings of the local artists. And of course, I brought my camera along to share bits and
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