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MEQUON - The city of Mequon’s ongoing scrutiny into whether it can restrict the public from putting signs on city-owned properties has yielded one proposed solution that is causing much angst among aldermen, and will likely lead to many more difficult decisions going forward.

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MEQUON - An active and engaged electorate, a diversity of backgrounds and a strong relationship with the administration are among the strengths Mequon-Thiensville School Board members identified during a recent self-analysis.

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MEQUON - At least three people have already announced they will run for the Mequon-Thiensville School Board in April.

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PORT WASHINGTON — A Cedarburg-based group that provides a forum for discussion and action on racial issues has filed a defamation lawsuit against a candidate for today’s Mequon-Thiensville School Board special election.

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THIENSVILLE — Imagine a pilot announcing to a planeful of passengers that there is bad weather up ahead and they must navigate around it, causing a 30-minute delay in landing. Now imagine the passengers congregating to vote on whether the pilot should be allowed to stay in charge.

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MEQUON — Mequon city officials will review their ordinance prohibiting political signs on public property after the organizers of a drive to recall four Mequon-Thiensville School Board members threatened to take legal action against the city, according to recall organizers.

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MEQUON — Student mental health, adapting to a “new normal” and retaining the school district’s excellence are among the top priorities for the six candidates running for three open seats on the Mequon-Thiensville School Board.