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Date: August 17, 2022 For more information contact: Chief Kenneth Grams or Senior Officer Jeffrey Stankowski The Mosinee Police Department to participate in Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign August 17 through Labor Day The Mosinee Police Department is joining law enforcement agencies across Wisconsin and the nation during the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign from Wednesday, August 17 through Labor Day. Officers will work together during this time to take impaired drivers off the roads and keep everyone safe as the summer travel season wraps up. “Our goal is to keep our roads safe from the dangers of impaired driving. Deaths and injuries due to impaired driving are preventable. We want to make sure all travelers reach their destinations safely,” Chief Kenneth Grams said. Someone is killed in an impaired driving crash every two hours in Wisconsin. Last year in Wisconsin, there were 6,368 alcohol-related crashes, including 166 deaths. Alcohol contributed to more than a quarter of all traffic fatalities. Drug-impaired drivers are also putting people in danger on the roads. A driver’s ability to safely operate a motor vehicle is compromised by drugs, including prescription and over-the-counter medications. Last year, there were 2,094 drug-related crashes that caused 74 deaths. Wisconsin law enforcement officers have special training to combat impaired driving: • 6,382 police officers trained in Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement to help detect and remove impaired drivers from the roads • 365 highly trained Drug Recognition Experts - among the most in the nation • 25 multi-jurisdictional high-visibility enforcement task forces operating throughout the year, across the state “Drunk driving is never acceptable, especially when there are so many safe alternatives to get home,” Chief Grams said. “We need commitment from our community members that they’ll keep the streets free of impaired drivers so that everyone can have a safe summer and Labor Day holiday.” Everyone should plan ahead for safe travel: • If you plan to celebrate, identify a sober designated driver, or find a safe alternative way home. Never allow someone who is impaired to get behind the wheel. • Protect yourself and your passengers every time you travel. Buckle up, phone down. Watch your speed and eliminate distractions. • If you suspect a driver is impaired, call 911. Provide as much detail as possible on the driver, vehicle, and location. • Download the free Drive Sober mobile app from the WisDOT website. The app includes a “find a ride” feature to help locate mass transit and taxi services. • Some bars and restaurants have programs to provide patrons a safe ride home.

PFAS Detections in City of Mosinee East Drinking Water System

The City of Mosinee Water Utility has conducted two rounds of sampling for Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) from our drinking water system that serves the area east of the Wisconsin River. This notice is to inform you of the results and the operational changes the City has made to protect your health. The first round of sample results showed levels of PFAS above the Wisconsin Department of Health Services’ (DHS) health advisory levels in one of our two operating wells. As a result, the City collected a second round of samples to confirm the PFAS levels. The City also made changes to the operations of our East Drinking Water System in an attempt to reduce PFAS to below the healthy advisory levels by running both of our wells at the same time and collecting a sample of the water from where these wells enter our water system. The results of the second round of samples confirm that the levels in one of the two operating wells is high, but that the operational changes resulted in PFAS levels below the health advisory levels in the drinking water that the City provides. The City of Mosinee will continue operating our drinking water system by running the two wells together and will routinely collect samples to verify that this plan consistently results in levels of PFAS in the municipal drinking water that remain below DHS’s health advisory levels. If future results show levels have risen above these levels, you will be notified within 30 days. A full list of the sampling results from May 4 and June 6, 2022, including the individual PFAS compounds, the reported concentrations and DHS’ recommended standards, can be found on the City’s website at We will continue to update our website following each future sampling event. The City of Mosinee would like to emphasize that the Water Utility is not in violation of any current federal or state drinking water regulations.

If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Mosinee City Administrator Jeff Gates at 715.693.2275 or at

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Annual Drinking Water Reports Available

The Mosinee Water Utility has recently completed the Annual Drinking Water Reports for 2021.

The report will not be mailed but is available upon request.

Copies of the report are available at the Mosinee City Hall, 225 Main St. or can be viewed on the City of Mosinee Website @

Attention Mosinee Water Utility Customers

The Mosinee Water Utility has recently completed the Annual Drinking Water Reports for 2021.

These reports are designed to inform you about the quality water and services we deliver to you every day.

Our goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water. The Water Quality Reports will not be mailed to all customers.

The reports will be published in the Mosinee Times.

Copies of the reports are available at the Mosinee City Hall, 225 Main St. or can be viewed on the City of Mosinee Website @

If you have any questions concerning the reports or your water utility, please contact Kevin Breit, Director of Public Works by phone at 715-693-3840 or e-mail to

MPD Hosts Drug Take Back Day

April 30th

The City of Mosinee, in cooperation with the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), will participate in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 30 from 8:00 AM till 12:00 PM at the Mosinee City Hall.

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Drug Take Back Info

Plans Approved for New Hotel

At the March 14, 2022, meeting the City Common Council approved the site and exterior building plans for the construction of a new Cobblestone Hotel & Suites at 216 Main Street!

Construction of the new 54-room 4-story hotel will begin this spring. The hotel exterior will look very similar to the Cobblestone Hotel located in Ashland, WI.

Please click below to view hotel plans

Water and Sewer Utility Rates to Increase 3%

The City of Mosinee will be increasing its water, public fire protection and sewer utility rates uniformly by 3% effective April 1, 2022.

The following are the new City of Mosinee Utility rates

As salt concentrations rise in our lakes, streams, and drinking water, Wisconsin workers are rethinking winter maintenance.

Learn about the impacts of oversalting and how you can be Salt Wise during WI Salt Awareness Week, Jan. 24-28. @WISaltWise.


The City of Mosinee is pleased to announce that on May 10, 2021, the City of Mosinee Police Commission formally appointed Kenneth R. Grams to serve as the next Chief of Police for the City of Mosinee.

City of Mosinee Municipal Judge, The Honorable Chris Eick administered the Oath of Office to Chief Grams upon his appointment by the Police Commission.

Chief Grams comes to the City with over 30+ years of municipal law enforcement experience, including 27-years with the City of Milwaukee Police Department.

Chief Grams previously served as a Law Enforcement Investigator for the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office since September 2015.

Chief Grams replaces former Chief of Police Ken Muelling who retired in March 2021 after 30+ years of service with the City of Mosinee Police Department.

The City of Mosinee would like to welcome Chief Grams and his fiancée Kris to our great community!

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Downtown Parking Lot Open For Public Use

The City of Mosinee recently completed improvements to the new public parking lot located on the east side of the 400 Block of 4th Street between Square Park and TDS. The parking lot now provides sixteen parking spaces for easy off-street access to our downtown business district. The parking lot can be accessed from the public alley located off of 4th Street (north end) or Pine Street (south end).

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Monday, August 16th, 2022


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