Get unlimited access to our best features
Subscribe now

Wisconsin Transparency Project: Open meetings complaint filed against Village of Belleville

Summary by Ground News
Belleville, Wisconsin sold its former library to a developer for $20,000. The deal was worked out and agreed to in a series of closed meetings starting in May. A concerned local citizen has filed an Open Meetings Law complaint against the Village, asking the Dane County District Attorney, to charge the Village Board members with 10 separate violations.
2 months ago·Belleville, United States

News Articles

More Filters
All
Left
Center
Right
wispolitics.comwispolitics.com

Wisconsin Transparency Project: Open meetings complaint filed against Village of Belleville

A year ago, the Village of Belleville had its 6,300 square foot former library appraised at $210,000.  This month, they sold it to a developer for a mere $20,000.  That deal was worked out and agreed to in a series of closed meetings starting in May.  Today, Josh Russow, a concerned local citizen, filed an Open Meetings Law complaint against the Village, asking the Dane County District Attorney, to charge the Village Board’s members with 10 sepa…

2 months ago
Read Full Article

Similar News Topics

Show All
Think freely.Subscribe and get full access to Ground NewsSubscriptions start at $9.99/yearSubscribe

Bias Distribution

No sources with tracked biases.
See less detail