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A permit protects the homeowner and the future occupants of the home. "Pulling a permit" is just the beginning of your relationship with the Building Inspector. Look for him to stop by at key stages of your project to make sure your work is compliant with codes and done correctly. The following is a list of common construction projects that require a building permit, however, this list is not all-inclusive: •Furnace & Air Conditioning •Decks & Porches •Demolition work •Additions •Electrical work •Fences •Handrails & stairs •Plumbing •Pool construction or renovation •Roof repairs or re-roofing •Sheds & Accessory Buildings •Siding •Window replacements (if original dimensions are being altered).
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Anyone wishing to vote in the state of Wisconsin, where they are required to register, has three options to register. State and federal law now requires that any first-time voter submitting a registration application by mail provide a copy of an acceptable identifying document that provides proof of residence. Options include by mail, in person at City Hall prior to the election, or at the polling place the day of the election.
Tax bills are typically mailed in mid December.
Remain calm. Check for immediate hazards, such as fire, electrical wires down or leaking fuel. Check for injuries. Summon police and advise on injuries. Do not move vehicles unless your vehicle is likely to cause more crashes and your crash is minor. Exchange driver and vehicle information, verify license plate numbers and driver license data. Obtain the full name of the other operator's insurance company. Obtain the name and phone number of witnesses. Leaving an accident scene may result in loss of driving privileges and future insurability. If law enforcement does not investigate the crash or file the report and the crash occurred in 2017, you will need to complete the Wisconsin Driver Report of Crash DT4002. For a copy of this form go to this site: https://trust.dot.state.wi.us/droc/
Street light outages and traffic signal problems should be directed to the Public Works office at 539-3770. Please have the nearest address to the street light or cross intersection for the traffic signal when calling so staff can locate the problem.