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Official Public Notices

Public Notices
Public Test

Notice is hereby give that the public test of the DS200 and ExpressVote voting equipment to be used for the April 2, 2019 Spring Election will be conducted on Tuesday, March 26, 2019 at 10:30 am at the Lomira Town Hall, N10479 Cty Rd AY, Knowles, WI.

Public Notices
Dog Licensing

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.

Public Notices
Voting by Absentee Ballot – 2/25/2019
   • ABSENTEE VOTING

Spring Election - April 2, 2019 
Absentee Voting Notice

Click on the link above to view entire notice. More absentee voting information can be found on the Elections page.

News Items

Town Talk
New Recycling Guidelines – 2/21/2019
   • WHAT TO RECYCLE    • COMMON CONTAMINANTS IN RECYCLABLES

Plastic bags are no longer allowed to be put in the Recycling dumpster.  Please put your recyclables into a container or box instead of plastic bags. View or print the posters describing what can and cannot be recycled by clicking on the links above.

Town Talk
WI Department of Revenue Appraisers in the Area – 2/18/2019
   • DOR APPRAISER NOTICE

Department of Revenue Bureau of Equalization staff appraisers will be working in the Dodge County area from February through April 2019.  They will be viewing land and improvements from the road, taking pictures, and talking with buyers and sellers of selected real estate parcels that sold in 2018.  Click the link above for more information about this assessment review and a list showing the names of the appraisers and the vehicles they will be driving.

Town Talk
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.
Click the link above to read more . . .