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Agricultural Equipment and Vehicles

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1. Where do I find more information on the new Implements of Husbandry law

This Wisconsin DOT website: http://www.dot.wisconsin.gov/business/ag/ will keep you up-to-date. It contains videos, explanations and a list of all local resolutions and ordinances that may impact which roads you use to move your equipment. Dodge county is going to create a map to further assist us. Look for the no-fee permit form on our Permits page.

Dodge County

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1. Who is my Dodge County Supervisor?

Start by reviewing the interactive map found at http://www.co.dodge.wi.us/modules/showdocument.aspx?documentid=6205 . Your Supervisor is either Harold Johnson (District 15), William Muche (District 13) or Randy Grebel, District 7)

Elections

Livestock Facilities

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1. Where do I find more information on licensing livestock facilities?

Check the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection site: http://datcp.wi.gov/Environment/Livestock_Siting/Siting_Statute_and_Rule/index.aspx

2. I'm adding more livestock but still will only have a total of 400 according to the DATCP definition. Will I need a license from Williamstown?

No. You only need the license if you have 500 or more "animal units". More detail on the requirements can be found in our Ordinance, Section 4.

Permits

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1. How do we apply for a building permit?

Contact Mary Kay Vogel (Kunkel Engineering) at (920) 210-4135 (cell) or through Kunkel (920) 356-9447

Town Board Meetings

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1. When does the Town Board meet?

The Town Board typically meets on the 2nd Monday of every month at 7:00 pm at the Williamstown Town Hall. Circumstances may require a change from that routine, so always check the website calendar to confirm date and time!

2. How do I get an item on the Board Meeting agenda?

Contact a Board Member or the Clerk to see if and when the item could be discussed.

3. When are Town Meeting Agendas posted on the website?

Agendas will be posted a minimum of 24 hours before a meeting. Typically they are finalized the Friday before a meeting and will be posted as soon as they are finalized.