Village of Strum conducts PFAS testing to well
STRUM - A report on PFAS testing of the village well was given to the Strum Village Board at its June meeting back on the 12th.
Village Public Works Director Brad Olson received the results from the PFAS sampling. The test results came back as non-detected. The Village will have to have three consecutive quarters with non-detected test results to be considered PFAS free.
In other Public Works matters, the CMAR report was approved by the Board and they approved a motion to obtain financing for its street project through Citizens Community Federal (CCF) in the amount of $598,554.06 for the project. They also approved having two pickle ball courts painted at the dead-end section of Spruce Street and to purchase removable nets along with setting aside no more than $8,000 to fix the roof for the Viking Golf and Dine facility and they approved a building permit for a fence for Drew Semingson on Elm St. A motion to contact the Trempealeau County Highway Department to have them paint a crosswalk with hashmarks between 5th Avenue N & Elm Street was also approved.
The Board also approved all bartender's licenses and all alcohol and cigarette licenses