Although the next scheduled election isn’t until 2020, the Town of Neenah is recruiting to fill election inspector positions for the upcoming two-year inspector term. Election inspectors are the keepers of democracy and are crucial to efficient and honest elections. Election inspectors proudly conduct elections with accuracy, integrity, and dignity.
Did you know that Wisconsin law requires every employer to grant an unpaid leave of absence to each employee who is appointed to serve as an election inspector? If an employee provides the employer with at least seven (7) days’ notice before they are scheduled to serve as an inspector, an employee is entitled an unpaid leave of absence to serve as an election inspector. The leave is for the entire 24-hour period of each Election Day in which the employee serves as an election inspector. [Wis. Statute 7.33(3)]
The Town of Neenah welcomes all eligible voters in the Town of Neenah that are 18 years of age to apply to be an election inspector. Please see the election official application or contact the Clerk’s Office for more information 920-725-0916.
Town of Neenah Sanitary District #2 Ordinance Workshop scheduled for October 1, 2019, at 6:30 pm has been canceled. It will be rescheduled at a later date to be discussed during the next regularly scheduled Sanitary District #2 meeting Tuesday, October 8th at 7 pm. Thank you!
Parks and Trails Committee Meeting on September 3, 2019, will meet at the Town Hall at 6 PM instead of Keating Park due to inclement weather.
The Town Hall Office will be closed today, September 2, 2019, in observation of Labor Day. Thank you!
The Town of Neenah would like to thank the Wisconsin Waterfowl Association for replacing a Wood Duck house and adding a second house and performing clean up at Conservancy Park recently.
Due to the forecasted inclement weather, the Parks and Trails Committee Meeting scheduled for Monday August 5, 2019 has been moved indoors to the Town Hall.