On May 16, 2018, Ordinance 1-83 (An Ordinance to Prohibiting Issuance Alcohol Beverage Licenses for Nonpayment of Taxes, Assessments & Claims) was amended to include delinquent in state or local fire code regulations, delinquent in state of local building codes, crowd-control complaints or citations issued by law enforcement, and other concerns deemed significant by the Town Board affecting the health, safety or welfare of persons in the establishment. Click to read the amended ordinance.
SAVE THE DATE
People age 60 and over are invited to the Senior Lunch onWednesday, September 26th at noon. It will be held at the Kiwanis Club of Kellner, 3221 80th Street South. The suggested donation is $3.50.
County Highway F Road Project
The detour opened July 10th.
Project: CTH F (STH 54 to CTH W) Resurfacing
Project Description: This project consists of resurfacing the existing roadway which includes pulverizing the existing pavement, grading, replacing culverts, asphalt paving, gravel shouldering, pavement markings and sign replacements as needed.
CTH F will be closed to through traffic throughout construction. Access will be provided to adjacent residences and businesses as well as emergency vehicles during construction, but all other traffic shall follow the signed detour route which will include STH 54, CTH U and CTH W.
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PUBLIC NOTICES and ANNOUNCEMENTS
No public notices at this time.
Remember to vote on August 14th.
Attend "CornStock" in Kellner on August 17 - 19 !
FIRST RESPONDER MEETING
Second Monday of the Month
Are you interested in taking an Emergency Medical Responder class? Attached is the Mid-State Technical College Application. Contact Jim Yetter at 715-213-2000 or Jerry Reinwand at 715-570-8720 with questions about becoming a first responder and/or taking a class.
KELLNER CORN FEST "Cornstock" will be held on Friday, August 17 thru Sunday, August 19. Check out the event Facebook Page for details. Parade registration forms available at J's UW Kellner, Chat-R-Box, and Mickey's Tip-Up.
From Where They Came to Where We Are!
Did you miss obtaining a copy of the book on the history of the Town of Grant during the sesquicentennial celebration?
It is again available. Copies are available at the Chat-R-Box Cafe.
The Primary Partisan Election will take place on August 14th. Races include Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, State Treasurer, US Senator, US Congressional Representative, State Assembly Representative, Portage County Sheriff, and Portage County Clerk of Circuit Court. Go to Election/Voting to learn more about voting in the Town of Grant.
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PLEASE BE CONSIDERATE
If you are bringing fish guts (or other odorous waste) to the Transfer Station, you are requested to double-bag waste to control odors and flies.
Municipal Publishing, LLC is proud to present the 2018-2019 Wisconsin Municipal Guide. Click here for a PDF complimentary copy.
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