Royal Concrete Pipe

The Stacy City Council public comment period turned again to the topic of Royal Concrete and Pipeline at the council’s May 13 meeting. Teri Kaslow, who lives near the business, read from her notes. Kaslow reminded the council of her appearance at the April 8 council meeting. “Royal Concrete is out of hibernation,” Kaslow had […]

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Stacy Councilor Cindy Bruss returned to her elected seat April 8 after a lengthy absence. Bruss was welcomed back by her colleagues and city employees with a round of applause. Shortly after retaking her seat, she and the rest of the council were presented with an issue that has been before the council at numerous […]

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For months, the Stacy City Council has fielded resident complaints of noise coming from Royal Concrete and Pipe. Nov. 12, it was relatively quiet. Historically, business and noise slow down at Royal Concrete during the fall and winter. Stacy City Attorney Peter Grundhoefer was dispatched to research noise nuisance ordinance standards. The council has sought […]

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As the noise from Royal Concrete Pipe in Stacy remains unabated, the noise at City Hall remains unabated, as well. Stacy resident Tim Friberg, who had previously complained about the noise to city officials, returned to the Aug. 13 council meeting with another contingent of outraged neighbors. Leonard Pec, of Fernwood Circle, said he wished […]

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During the public comment time at the July 9 Stacy City Council meeting, Stacy resident Tim Friberg addressed a topic he’s discussed at past council meetings: issues with noise from Royal Concrete Pipe. Friberg said the noise has gotten worse since he first started complaining to the council about it. The council learned that the […]

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