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Winners for November 18 2017 Chicog Hunters Feed
First Prize: Mossberg Patriot 30-06 gun = Heather Richter
Second: Wine Refrigerator = Julie Miles
Third: Leopold Bench = Don Patterson
Fourth: Summer Time Camping/Campfire Fun = Bob Haines
Fifth: Hunters Knife Combo = Craig Cable
Sixth: Quilted Christmas Wall Hanging = Kirk Hendrickson
CHICOG FREE LIBRARY
The Town of Chicog free library is now open at the town hall. It is located on the west side of the building under the canopy. There is pretty good selection of books including some children's books.
There is no charge for these books and no time limit on how long you can keep them. We only ask that, if possible, when you take a book, you leave a book .
Rental of the town hall for personal use is the responsibility of the town treasurer. Please contact Kathy Strohmeyer to reserve the hall for weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, etc.
IRS Scams: IRS never does phone calls to inform people if they are in the rear with income tax payments; instead they send you a formal letter. So if you are receiving a phone call from the IRS, it is a scam. Do not listen or do anything they are asking you.
Washburn County CodeRED: Head to this website, http://www.co.washburn.wi.us/ and look for CodeRED emblem. Click on it and sign up for coverage through this easy way. More details at this website. Also call Milly Thissen (612.670.8541) and give her permission to sign you up and she will do so you have the benefits of CodeRED.
Keep alert for any suspicious activities in the area. If you see anything that looks suspicious, call the Washburn County Sheriff's Department. Let's keep an eye out for all our neighbors.
PUBLIC INPUT WANTED
At every monthly town meeting we have a public input segment, where you, the landowners of Chicog, can express your ideas and suggestions to the town board. It is also an outlet for any concerns you may have about what is happening around town. We are aware that only a small number of residents and landowners are able to attend these monthly meetings, so many of your ideas and concerns never reach the town board. Beginning now, you can e-mail your input to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will present your ideas at the meeting. The more ideas we hear, the better we are able to address the wants, needs, and concerns of the people of Chicog.
HELP FOR SENIORS
RSVP Transport has expanded their program and will now pick up seniors in Chicog Township and take them to and from the grocery store. Call 715-635-4460 for schedule and/or to make a reservation.
There has been an issue with vandalism to town property in Chicog. We have had several road signs either knocked down, stolen, or shot up. The town will pay a $200.00 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the people responsible for this or any other damage to town property. Please contact a board member if you have information.
If you need help around the yard either removing snow or cleaning up the yard, contact the Washburn County Unit on Aging. Or you can call Pastor Patrick at the Wesleyan Church in Spooner at 715-635-2768.
The Town of Chicog has setup an e-mail list to alert residents of Chicog of happenings within our town. If you would like to be added to this list, send your e-mail address to Steve Loiselle at email@example.com.
CHICOG VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARMENT
The Chicog Volunteer Fire department is always looking for new members. If you are interested in joining, contact Jim Frascefski at firstname.lastname@example.org
ZONING AND BUILDING PERMITS
Chicog Township is zoned. Zoning laws are enforced through Washburn County. If you plan on building in our township, visit the Zoning Office at the Washburn County courthouse in Shell Lake and make sure everything is in order. Also, keep in mind that building permits are required
Your town board is dedicated to helping the people of Chicog in any way possible. However, please keep in mind that they have private lives as well. If you need to contact a board member, please do so between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM Monday through Saturday. E-mails can be sent at any time, but may only be responded to during business hours. The board appreciates your co-operation on
If you have any suggestions or comments, please send them to Terri Corrie email@example.com or call at 715-466-4129. We appreciated your interest in keeping the Town of Chicog informed and safe!
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