In case you missed it: The Wisconsin State Journal wrote an article titled, “Slush fund puts Fitchburg fire officials in the hot seat”. See the link below for more information.
Just a quick note today- below you will find a graphic highlighting the 11 other parks in less than a mile radius of the Nine Springs Golf Course. In addition to the number of parks in the area, this proposal would end nearly 40 years of a community resource just to make room for another.
The information was taken from Google Maps. As always, you are welcome to call or email me with questions.
Lifelong Fitchburgian Advocates for Responsibility in Protecting Community’s Future
[Fitchburg, Wis.] – Advocating for protecting and improving the future of Fitchburg, Amy Harriman announced today that she is running for a seat on the Common Council in the 2nd district.
“As a lifelong Fitchburgian, the issues we face as a community have always been significant to me,” said Harriman. “Being a new voice on the Common Council would allow me the opportunity to tackle those issues first hand to make Fitchburg a better place to live, work and raise a family.“
Harriman emphasized public safety, as well as economic and recreational development as essential aspects to the success of Fitchburg’s future.
“Investing in these areas will help bring back the biggest return to the community. We will achieve that by bringing people together on common ground for a greater future.”
Harriman, born and raised in Fitchburg, Wisconsin, graduated from Verona High School in 2005. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with degrees in Political Science and Fine Art.
“I look forward to reaching out to my fellow Fitchburgians over the next several months talking about issues that affect our family, homes and businesses.”