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Next Neighborhood Watch Meeting

Published At: Wednesday, 10/15/14 11:19pm  - Expires At: Tuesday, 11/11/14 11:19pm  - (7 Reads)
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The next Midvale Heights Neighborhood Watch will be held on Tuesday, November 11th from 6:30pm to 7:30pm at the Midvale Community Lutheran Church (Tokay/Midvale). Please join your neighbors as we discuss crime in our community and the many things we can do to prevent it.


Thank you.


Steve Fitz

Midvale Heights Neighborhood Watch


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Current Midvale Messenger: You can access the September - October 2014 Midvale Messenger 2.03M pdf file by clicking on this link(external link)

Messages from MHCA's President, Chuck Kreimendahl:

School is indeed in session. I received an email from Arlene Silveira, President, Madison Board of Education about public input into planning for Madison schools' facilities. Check it out here:

https://buildings.madison.k12.wi.us/facility-needs-community-input(external link)

The schoolkids in our community will benefit from you involvement.
Chuck K
Welcome all new and old members and especially any new Midvale Heights residents. You should have by now received your neighborhood directory, discount card and Sept-Oct newsletter. Autumn brings exciting times with the start of school, the turning of the leaves and Packer-Badger football. I invite you to join in neighborhood activities, help out with community projects and communicate your suggestions and successes via our Web site and newsletter. I'll be seeing you around the corner. Chuck

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Other News

Vote in the November 4th, 2014 Statewide General Election

Published At: Tuesday, 09/30/14 07:18pm  - Expires At: Tuesday, 11/04/14 08:00pm  - (6 Reads)
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Only 8 days until the next Statewide General Election.

Voter ID will not be required to vote in the November 4 election!

The City Clerk’s Office will offer extended hours for voter registration and absentee voting weekdays from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., October 20-31.


Where to vote?
You can find the location of your Polling Place by using the "Where Do I Vote?" web page provided by the City of Madison:
http://www.cityofmadison.com/election/voter/where.cfm(external link)

Are you registered?
You can check your voter registration status, and view a sample ballot at, by using the state of Wisconsin "My Vote Wisconsin" web page:
https://myvote.wi.gov/Home.aspx(external link)

As of 10/09/2014 the United States Supreme Court has ruled that Wisconsin's Voter ID law will NOT be implemented for the November 4th election.
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