Posted at 10:45 a.m. on February 27, 2021
The Brillion News
WRIGHTSTOWN - The March 2 meeting of the Wrightstown Village Board will include discussions of two hot topics.
One is the status of the village's ambulance and EMS first responder services, which fire department Captain Ryan Roebke called out as being in trouble at the last board meeting.
Long ambulance response times and a skeleton crew of paid-on-call EMS first responders were the two big issues raised two weeks ago.
The other is Wrightstown losing its post office - for now - with the Greenleaf post office serving as the closest alternative.
The problem: the U.S. Postal Service lost its lease in the current post office location and did nothing to find a new home - despite calls from the village to act quickly. Now the Wrightstown post office is going to be homeless.
Is it a tale of bureaucratic incompetence in the U.S.P.S.? Find out at the March 2 village board meeting, which begins at 6 p.m. at the village hall. There will be a complete post-meeting report in The Brillion News - both in the full coverage print editions and at www.thebrillionnews.com.
The meeting is open to the public, with an open forum early in the meeting where citizens can express their opinions and experiences.