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PUBLIC NOTICE TO ALL CUSTOMERS OF THE VILLAGE OF HOWARD WATER AND SEWER DEPARTMENT
The Village of Howard Water and Sewer Department has filed an application with the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSCW) to increase water rates....
The Village of Howard is now hiring for several seasonal positions. The Public Works Department is seeking an engineering inspector, while the Leisure Services Department needs youth enrichment instructors, certified yoga instructors, and ice rink staff.
The Village of Howard sells used street name signs and used U.S. flags. These items can be purchased at the Public Works Facility at 1336 Cornell Road. Please review the list of available signs and price information before contacting u...
to carry all the way to the green and avoid the bunkers surrounding the green on the back and left sides. Approach shots let short may roll back into a deep gully just in front of the green.
you should be in good shape. Bunkers border the green on the left and right side.
large oak tree on the left of the tee. Your approach shot is to a slightly elevated green with bunkers on the back and right sides of the green.
to the left as water runs down the left side of the fairway, hidden from the tee box. Your approach shot is to an elevated green with a bunker to the left.
front of the green. There are no bunkers, but if the tee shot is too long, players will have to contend with trees on the back of the green which slopes towards the water.
out of bounds down the left side of the fairway on your tee shot, you should be in good shape. Your approach shot is to an elevated green.
have a difficult chip on a steep sloped green. Two putts are not guaranteed on this hole.
significant challenge. Long hitters can carry the bunkers, while others may choose to lay up short. The green is not surrounded by and bunkers, but a long approach shot may land in the water or under one of the trees behind the green.
bunker on the left off the tee. Your approach shots lead up to a highly elevated green with a bunker on the right.