Village of Plover Says Goodbye to Longtime Servant
By Brandi Makuski
The Village of Plover has said so long to a longtime public servant.
Joe Radomski retired in April after 6 years on the Plover Village Board of Trustees. During that time he also served on the village’s finance, water/waste water, special assessment and ethics committees. Village of Plover Administrator Dan Mahoney said Radomski also contributed to the economic development of the village.
“He’s taken the time to devote the effort necessary to ensure the continuance of the high quality of services available to village residents,” said Village Administrator Dan Mahoney.
Radomski was honored with a certificate of appreciation and a plaque commemorating his service.
Radomski opted not file candidacy papers for the spring election. He was replaced by write-in candidate Andrew Timm, a 27 year-old UWSP economics graduate, who attended his first meeting April 16.