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Upgraded Water Meters

Over the past few month several of our older water meters have been replaced thanks to funding provided under ARPA program. These new water meters are AMI meters, which means the readings are remotely collected. Some of the benefits of these new meters are more accurate usage data, leak detection, better water management as well as the ability for customers to view their daily water usage. If your residence has had a new . . .

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The Village of Stratton is currently accepting applications for Swimming Pool Manager, Assistant Manager and Lifeguards for the 2024 season. Managers must obtain Nebraska Pool Operators Certificate. Lifeguards and managers must be current on lifeguard certification and CPR/First Aid. Training is reimbursable to successful candidates. Positions open until filled. Contact the Village Office with any questions or to apply. . . .

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It’s time to renew your annual dog license for the 2024 year. Tags are delinquent after January 31 st . License and tag fee is $5 per dog and we will need a certificate of current rabies shot if we don’t already have one on file. This year we had a generous donation to help with the cost of registration fees. The donor would like to cover the cost of the registration fee for anyone who brings in a donation . . .

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Mosquito Spraying

The Village would like to remind all residents that as part of our procedure to control the mosquito population and reduce the spread of harmful viruses the Village may implement spraying insecticide treatments by ground. Decisions on treatment time and dates are determined as conditions arise and application is dependent on a number of factors, including weather conditions. Notification of treatment is announced as soon as . . .

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What Not To Flush

Protect Your Sewer, Protect Your Environment. Don’t Flush That! Sewers are designed to take our wastewater and carry it safely to a treatment plant. But other items often get flushed and can create problems. We all need to keep things flowing through the sewer. Poop, pee and toilet paper? Okay. Everything else? Put it in the trash! Here’s a quick quiz: -Do you want to keep raw sewage from backing up . . .

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