2021-2022 Driveway Snow Plowing Service (Limited)

DRIVEWAY SNOW PLOWING SERVICE WINTER OF 2021-2022

October 20, 2021

 

The Town Board has made several changes to the Driveway Snowing Service offered to residents:

1. The plowing service is only available to properties who received snow plowing from the Town last winter.

2. Plowing will be provided at a flat rate per driveway for the entire winter regardless of the number of times the            Town plows. Fees are as follows:

     a. Short driveways – $75 for the entire winter.

     b. Average driveways – $150 for the entire winter.

     c. Long driveways – $225 for the entire winter.

3. An invoice will be provided with the appropriate fee for you to use when paying for plowing service.

4. You have until November 15th to pay for 2021-2022 winter plowing fee. 

5. Late sign-ups will not be accepted. If you do not pay by the 15th, you forfeit your ability to be plowed this coming winter.

 

The Town Board has reduced our full-time road crew staff and is doing further evaluation on the issue of plowing driveways. Due to this change, we are limiting service this winter to only customers we have plowed this past winter. We understand it would be difficult for residents to find a private plowing service this late in the season if the Town did not provide plowing service.

 

Everyone needs to understand that the Board may discontinue providing this service in the future. If you have concerns regarding this or possible future changes, please discuss them with a Town Board Member.

 

Town of Russell Board of Supervisors

 

Rocky Tribovich – Chair

Jeff Benton, Mark Bugher, Larry Meierotto, and Don Sullivan – Supervisors

 


Alcohol License Requests 2021-2022

LEGAL NOTICE

TOWN OF RUSSELL – BAYFIELD COUNTY

Alcohol License Requests 2021-2022

 

Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa has applied

to the Town of Russell for a Class B Fermented Malt Beverage

and Class B Intoxicating Liquor license for the Legendary Waters Resort

Complex and Casino, 88705 State Hwy 13, Bayfield, WI 54814.

 

Duwayne Soulier Memorial VFW Post 8239 Veterans of

Foreign Wars, Inc. has applied to the Town of Russell for a

Class B Intoxicating Liquor and Class B Fermented Malt Beverage for VFW Post 8239, 37330 W. Bresette Hill Road; Bayfield, WI 54814

 

C&C of Red Cliff Inc. has applied to the Town of Russell for a Class A Fermented Malt Beverage and Class A Intoxicating Liquor license for Peterson Foods & Smoke Shop, 88100 State Hwy 13, Bayfield, WI 54814.

 

Red Cliff Business Development Corporation has applied to the Town of Russell for a Class A Fermented Malt Beverage and Class A Intoxicating Liquor license for the Buffalo Bay Store, 37360 State Hwy 13, Bayfield, WI 54814.

 

David L. Good – Clerk/Treasurer

Posted May 11, 2021 at 4:00 p.m.

 


Board of Review – 6 p.m. May 18, 2021 – Town Garage 35900 State Highway 13

Town of Russell

BOARD OF REVIEW

6 p.m. – May 18, 2021

Town of Russell Garage 35900 State Highway 13; Bayfield, WI

 

Any person wishing to attend who, because of a disability, requires special accommodations, should contact the Town Clerk at 715 779-5338, at least 24 hours before the scheduled meeting time, so appropriate arrangements can be made.

Due to the CORVID-19 Health Emergency, this meeting will limit attendance to a maximum of 10 individuals.

 

1.     Call Board of Review to Order and roll call.

2.     Pledge of Allegiance.

3.     Confirmation of Board of Review and open meeting notices.

4.     Select a Chairperson for Board of Review.

5.     Select a Vice-Chairperson for Board of Review.

6.     Verify that a member has met the mandatory training requirements.

7.     Verify that the Town has an ordinance for the confidentiality of income and expense information provided to the assessor under state law (sec. 70.47(7)(af).

8.     Review of new laws.

9.     Adoption of amendment to the procedure for sworn telephone testimony and sworn written testimony.

10.  Adoption of policy regarding the procedure for waiver of Board of Review hearing requests.

11.  Filing and summary of Annual Assessment Report by Assessor’s Office.

12.  Receipt of the Assessment Roll by clerk from the Assessor.

13.  Receive the Assessment roll and sworn statements from the clerk.

14.  Review the Assessment Roll and Perform Statutory Duties:

a.   Examine the roll.

b.   Correct description or calculation errors, add omitted property. eliminate double assessed property.

15.  Discussion/Action-Certify all corrections of error under state law (sec. 70.43, Wis. Stats.).

16.  Discussion/Action -Verify with the assessor that open book changes are included in the assessment roll.

17.  During the first two hours, consideration of:

a.   Waivers of the required 48-hour notice of intent to file an objection when there is good cause.

b.   Requests for waiver of the BOR hearing allowing the property owner an appeal directly to circuit court.

c.   Requests to testify by telephone or submit sworn written statement, subpoena requests, and act on any other legally allowed/required Board of Review matters.

18.  Review Notices of Intent to File Objection.

19.  Proceed to hear objections, if any and if proper notice/waivers given unless scheduled for another date.

20.  Consider/act on scheduling additional Board of Review Date(s).

21.  Adjourn (to future date if necessary).

 Posted May 4, 2020 at 4 p.m. David L. Good – Clerk/Treasurer