Town of Neenah is Seeking to Recruit Election Inspectors

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.

Closure of the Intersection of CB and Oakridge Road

The intersection for CB and Oakridge Road will be closed beginning June 10, 2019, in preparation for the construction of a roundabout. According to Ray Palonen with Winnebago County, the roundabout will be opened by November 1, 2019.

Traffic on County CB will be detoured onto County II, Interstate 41, and County JJ. Traffic on Oakridge will be detoured onto Green Bay Road, County II, and Clayton Avenue.