Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Instagram

Chatty Belle - The World's Largest Talking Cow

Click here for Stock Market Info

Radar by AccuWeather

Northern Indoor Comfort Systems

Clark County Humane Society - Lost & Found

Recent News
Neillsville City Council Discusses Hazardous Property
Monday, October 28th, 2013 -- 8:23 am
Posted by Riley Hebert-News Director

-The Neillsville City Council discussed a piece of hazardous property at their meeting on Thursday.

Back in April the home at 303 West 15th Street caught fire and was almost completely destroyed. Six months later, what remains of the home is still standing burnt and damaged.

A member of the council said that something needs to be done with the property because he continues to receive numerous complaints about it. The Public Works Department has also received many complaints.

The former owners of the home no longer own the property and new owners have bought the lot and what remains of the home on Craigslist, but they have done nothing with it since they purchased it. At this point, they are being cited once a week for the hazardous property.

The council and Public Works Department is going to speak with the city attorney about starting the process of a possible raze order.

WRN Headlines
UW moves to improve safety for Bangladeshi workers
Statewide tornado drill set for Thursday
Horse molester will serve out commitment at Mendota
Co-sleeping death in Beloit
Update for ag tourism



Gross Auto Group - Over 300 vehicles at

Click here for BIG SAVINGS

Copyright © 2014 | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use
Website by