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Landmarks Commission

  1. Notice of Possible Quorum

    October 9, 2020, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    Stone Bridge Park

    In compliance to the State of Wisconsin Open Meetings Law requirements, public notice is hereby given that members and a possible quorum of the City Council, along with members and possible quorums of other City committees, and City employees, may attend a walkthrough of the Springhaven Pagoda: Friday, October 9, 2020 2:00 p.m. The walkthrough will take place at Stone Bridge Park 4227 Winneqauh Rd. Monona, WI 53716 No formal action or discussion of City business will take place at this event. Douglas Plowman City Planner City of Monona POSTED October 8, 2020 on the City Hall, Library, and Community Center bulletin boards and on the City of Monona’s website,

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Parks & Recreation

  1. Wellness on the Water - Yoga for Strength

    October 9, 2020, 7:45 AM - 8:45 AM
    Grand Crossing Park

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Senior Center

  1. Scholarly Scoop - Zoom Style Water Quality in Wisconsin

    October 9, 2020, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

    Water Quality in Wisconsin: Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers declared 2019 the “Year of Clean Drinking Water.” This comes on the heels of recent studies documenting water pollution at multiple spatial scales in Wisconsin. In this presentation I will examine a few of the specific pollutants that threaten the quality of water in Wisconsin. Attention will be placed on drinking water and the quality of surface water in rivers, streams, and lakes. Highlights from Wisconsin’s 2020 Water Quality Report to Congress will be presented. Dale Splinter is a Professor in the Department of Geography, Geology, & Environmental Science. His research examines the dynamics of rivers and streams, including the impacts of flow variability over time and implications of land use on water quality. When not studying streams, he can be found fishing, golfing, hunting, or running his kids to sporting events.

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