Dodge County Unit of the Wisconsin Towns Association Meeting
Notice is hereby given that there will be a meeting of the Dodge County Unit of Wisconsin Towns Association on the evening of Wednesday, January 15, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Dodge County Administration Building, 127 East Oak Street, Juneau, WI 53039.
Some or all of the Lomira Town Board may attend this meeting and act in their official capacity.
Spring Primary Election - Absentee Voting – 1/13/2020
• SPRING PRIMARY ABSENTEE VOTING NOTICE
Resolution #20-02 Budget Amendment – 1/13/2020
• RESOLUTION #20-02
Resolution #20-01 Designation of Public Depository – 1/13/2020
• RESOLUTION #20-01
Resolution #19-08 AutoPay & Transfers – 12/12/2019
• RESOLUTION #19-08
Resolution 19-07 Fee Schedule – 12/12/2019
• RESOLUTION #19-07
Resolution #19-06 Census Partnership – 10/9/2019
• RESOLUTION #19-06
State Law requires that all dogs have current rabies vaccination. Dogs must be licensed by the TOWN OF LOMIRA. Before a license will be issued for any dog, proof of vaccination must be furnished to the Town Treasurer. Owners of dogs who do not comply with this statute will be referred to the District Attorney’s office for prosecution.
Connect Dodge County Broadband Survey
Dodge County is actively working to address the deficiencies in broadband (high speed internet) access that exists throughout Dodge County by partnering with two service providers, Netwurx Internet and Bertram Communications to make high speed internet available thoughout the county, especially in rural areas. To help with the cost, Dodge County will apply for a PSC Broadband expansion grant. The public is asked to provide data identifying problematic areas. Please consider taking the survey found at https://dodge.connectwisconsin.com. Click on the title for additional information regarding the survey and the broadband grant.
U.S. Census Bureau is Hiring!
Are you looking for ways to help your community? The U.S. Census Bureau is currently hiring temporary positions for the 2020 Census in our area. All 2020 Census jobs are temporary. The largest number of positions available are for census takers. Pay rates vary by area.
By working for the Census Bureau, you can help them reach their goal for the 2020 Census to ensure everyone is counted. Census counts have a huge impact on our community. The 2020 Census data will be used to determine how more than $675 billion from more than 100 government programs are distributed to states and localities, including communities like ours. The data influence choices made about which roads are fixed, where schools are built and businesses opened, what medical services are offered, and more.
Illegal to push snow onto road or road right-of-way
Snow pushed onto roads and into road right-of-ways can become a hazard for snow plows and other vehicles.
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