Green Lake city leaders are refusing to negotiate with the town of Brooklyn for a "boundary agreement," saying only the town would benefit. Despite encouragement from Mayor Chuck Mirr to reconsider, Green Lake aldermen have upheld their rejection of the land-use proposal. What's more, the city is considering something else that the town isn't going to like. Read the full story in the Oct. 8 Ripon Commonwealth Press.

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