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This is a concept rendering of what the Green Lake Area Chamber of Commerce’s beverage trailer will look like. The finished trailer will feature a Green Lake color scheme.

The Green Lake Common Council’s meeting Monday was well attended by community members, many of whom expected it to make further adjustments to an ordinance regulating short-term rentals — commonly referred to as Airbnbs or Vrbos.

However, no action was taken on the short-term rental ordinance as the Common Council agreed to discuss it at a separate meeting next month.

“Please continue to review, meet with your constituents and

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The Whitestown Town Council will hold a public hearing Monday night to consider a proposal to tack a 1% tax on food and beverage purchases to help fund projects that improve local infrastructure and quality of life.

In 2019, Whitestown was one of several suburban communities that received state approval to implement a 1% food and beverage tax. The town didn’t immediately impose that tax, but the council now will consider collecting the money to help pay for services, capital improvements, amenities and economic development projects.

In 2019, it was estimated Whitestown could generate $233,800 in 2021 by enacting the

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