Road Construction 2017

2017 Road Construction Plans
2017 construction season is upon us. The plan, weather
permitting and depending on crew availability, is to complete
the final layer of asphalt in the Rolling Heights Subdivision on
Dartmouth Drive, Harvard Lane, Radcliff Road from Dartmouth
Drive to the end of Franzoi Park, Yale Lane and Vassar Lane.

Glenview Drive will be pulverized and paved.

Fury Lane will be milled and receive a layer of asphalt.

A portion of Woodenshoe Road between Breezewood Lane an CTH G
will be pulverized and paved, total estimated cost for these projects is
$500,995.

There is no crack sealing or chip sealing planned for 2017 due to budget constraints.

 

Sunrise Bay Road and Hunters Point Road will not be reconstructed in the 2017 season.

Letters were mailed to property owners in the road construction area.

Rolling Heights

Glenview Drive

Fury Lane

Woodenshoe Road


Plan Commissioner Wanted

 

 

 

 

Seeking a Volunteer for Town of Neenah Plan Commission


The Town Board is seeking a volunteer to fill the vacancy on
our Plan Commission. The Plan Commission is made up of
seven members who meet on the third Monday of each month
to review all land use planning aspects for the Town of
Neenah. Some of the items discussed include Certified Survey
Maps (CSM’s), Zoning Map Amendments, the Comprehensive
Plan plus others items as requested, The Commission makes a
recommendation to the Town Board for further action on the
requests. There are also opportunities to meet and network
with neighboring communities to discuss planning issues.
Educational materials and training is available, and our
current Plan Commissioners are very knowledgeable to help
along the way. The only qualifications necessary are you must
be a Town of Neenah property owner, have the desire to
become involved in your community, learn about planning and
land use, and learn more about your Town of Neenah.
Contact Chairman Bob Schmeichel at 729-5995 or the Town
office at 725-0916 if you would like to learn more.


Notice of Applications for Licenses 2017-2018

TOWN OF NEENAH

Notice of Applications for Licenses 2017-2018:

Published pursuant to section 125.04(3)(g) of the Wisconsin Statutes. NOTICE IS HERBY GIVEN that the following applications for licenses to deal in beer and liquor have been filed with the Town Clerk, Neenah Wisconsin:

Class B liquor/beer licenses for Green Valley Investments, LLC operating as “Stars”, 1413 Green Valley Road, Neenah, WI 54956

Class A liquor/beer licenses for HJR LLC Operating as Neenah BP, 1720 County Rd O, Neenah, WI 54956

 

 

Ellen Skerke

Clerk- Town of Neenah


Geese Fun Facts

Photo taken at Conservancy Park: 1674 South Park Avenue

Geese Fun Facts: The female goose will build a nest and line it with down plucked from her body. She will lay one egg each day until the full clutch of about 5 eggs is obtained. After all the eggs are laid, she will sit on her nest to incubate the eggs, which takes about 28-30 days. Canada geese fly at an average speed of about 40 miles per hour when migrating, but may increase their speed to 70 miles per hour if they catch a strong tailwind. Migrations can be as long as 2,000 to 3,000 miles, and the geese are capable of flying up to 1,500 miles in a single day if the weather is good


Trash and Recycling Schedule – HOLIDAY WEEK

Per the 2017 Trash and Recycling Calendar – Pick up for the week of May 29th will be delayed until Friday June 2nd due to the Memorial Day Holiday!

Please Note – The Holiday Weeks of  July 4th , Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas will also have a delay of one day with pick-up on Friday of each of those weeks.

 

 


Open Book and Board of Review 2017

Open Book and Board of Review

What is Open Book?
Open Book is a period of time that the records and assessor are available to the residents. Property owners can ask questions regarding how assessment was determined and check that characteristics of the property are correct. Minor errors and misunderstandings can often be easily corrected at the Open Book session.

What if I don’t agree with my assessment?
If after meeting with assessor at Open Book, you still think the assessment is incorrect, you may appeal to the Board of Review. Notify the clerk of your intention to file an objection and complete the required form. The Clerk will schedule a time for you to meet with the Board of Review.

Open Book

Wednesday May 10, 2017 10:00 am – 12:00 Noon

Board of Review

 Wednesday May 24, 2017 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

 

Board of Review Notice