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SC Johnson turbines will help the facility provide 100 percent of its electrical energy onsite.
Mount Pleasant and Sturtevant begin preparations for 2013 spring elections. Residents interested in running for office can now take out papers.
Road widening expected to impact businesses, homes along the highway.
Hiring expected next year for the position.
The installation of the first turbine for SC Johnson plant has caused a few concerned calls to the village.
Savings expected for village due to fewer seasonal employees and less equipment to be purchased.
In final Patch survey of influencers, Republicans predict a close race in Wisconsin, while Democrats seem sure of Obama’s victory here.
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