CLINTONVILLE - Clintonville city officials have scheduled a public meeting to discuss mysterious noises and shaking heard and felt recently.
The meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Clintonville High School Auditorium. City officials will be on hand to provide updates and answer the public's questions.
The booms were first heard Sunday night and returned Monday night and early Tuesday morning. City officials have ruled out several possible sources of the noises: were water and sewer systems, elevated gas levels, area blasting or mining, nearby closed landfill and dam structures, industrial businesses, military operations and geological occurrences such as isostatic rebound and cryoseism.
City officials have also released a map of the reports. Click here to see it .
Anyone in Clintonville who hears strange booms is asked to call the police department at (715) 823-3117.
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