TOWN OF CHICOG

NOTICES

******************************************************************

Notice of Town Board Meeting

Town of Chicog

March 10th 2021 - 7 pm


open meeting laws still exist. If you choose to attend it is at your own risk!!! By GOVERNERS ORDER masks mandatory



Watch for meeting agenda for next meeting.

Patrick Wilcox

Chairman  


 ********************************************************************************************


TOWN OF CHICOG


The following contracts are up for bids for 2021. All bids are to be mailed to: Chicog Town Hall, W8499 Highway 77, Trego, WI 54888 by March 9, 2021. If you have any questions please call the Town Chairman at 715-466-4525 or Town Clerk at 715-466-4129.


Cemetery Mowing

1. Proof of Liability Insurance is required.

2. All areas will be mowed and trimmed as necessary until the ground freezes or the snow comes. This includes Grave Stones/Markers, Fence Posts & around Trees.

3. All areas that are not to be mowed will be marked. Planted flowers are allowed on Grave Sites. If there are any questions concerning an area please contact the Cemetery Board or Town Supervisor.

4. All arrangement(s) of any type will be moved and replaced after mowing & trimming.

5. The Cemetery will be mowed & trimmed for the following dates:

a. Memorial Day

b. July 4th

c. Labor Day

d. Veterans Day if necessary

e. Mowing as needed the rest of the season



Annual Cemetery Clean-up


1. Must be done by the week before Memorial Day.

2. Rake & pick-up all winter debris, not to be raked into the woods.

3. Haul away all debris. Contact Town chairman for place & times.

4. Remove any wreaths/flower arrangements.

5. Contact the Cemetery Board if any Grave Stones/Markers need attention and/or fixed.

6. Proof of Liability Insurance is required.


Town Hall Cleaning


1. Proof of Liability Insurance is required.

2. Sweeping and mopping of all floors to include the bathrooms, kitchen, Fire Department bathroom and main hall.

3. Clean kitchen cabinet surfaces, counter tops and all appliance surfaces.

4. Cleaning of windows and sills inside and outside as needed.

5. Clean all bathroom receptacles and mirrors. Replace toilet paper, hand towels, bowl disinfectant and hand soap as needed.

6. Vacuum bugs from windowsills and all light fixtures.

7. Clean and disinfect tabletop surfaces.

8. Cleaning once a month is required, after major events or by request of the Town.


Town Hall Grounds Maintenance

1. Proof of Liability Insurance is required.

2. Mowing of Grounds at least once a month or as conditions require or by request of the Town.

3. All debris will be hauled away, i.e. grass clippings, sticks/limbs, leaves etc.

4. Trimming/Weed whipping around all structures, trees, fences, etc. including inside and outside of the Generator fence.

5. All debris to be cleaned of sidewalks, Drive and Parking lot.


Printable File

Contracts 2021.pdf


*******************************************************************************************

TOWN OF CHICOG

Audit

The Town of Chicog will hold the annual Audit for 2020 on March 17, 2021 at 10:00 am at the Chicog Town Hall.


Teresa L. Corrie, Clerk

Town of Chicog


*******************************************************************************


NOTICE OF REFERENDUM

TOWN OF CHICOG

APRIL 6, 2021


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that at an election to be held in the Town of Chicog on April 6, 2021, the following proposed advisory referendum will be submitted to a vote of the people:


Proposed Ordinance

Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO) Free Ordinance


The purpose of this ordinance is for Protecting the People and Natural Resources of the Town Of Chicog from Degradation by Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs).


A “Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation” or CAFO is hereby defined as any concentrated animal feeding operation of more than 100 animals, including hogs, chickens, cattle or other animals, at any given time wherein animals are confined and not pastured or free in a grazing area.


The whole proposed ordinance can be obtained by contacting the Town Clerk at 715-466-4129 or External link opens in new tab or windowtcorrie@centurytel.net The proposed ordinance may also be viewed on the Town website.


Referendum Question is as Follows: The Town of Chicog is considering an ordinance to restrict the establishment of Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO’s). Shall the Board of the Town of Chicog adopt this ordinance?


EXPLANATION

A “yes” vote would indicate that you wish the Town of Chicog Board to pass the proposed ordinance and you want to restrict the establishment of CAFOs.

A “no” vote would indicate that you are against the Town of Chicog Board passing the proposed ordinance and you do not want to restrict the establishment of CAFOs.


DONE in the Town of Chicog, Washburn County

This 28th day of January, 2021

Teresa L. Corrie, Town Clerk


Print version of Notice

Notice of CAFO Type C.pdf


***************************************************************************************************

TOWN OF CHICOG

Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO) Free Ordinance


Ordinance No.__________________________________


STATE OF WISCONSIN

Town of Chicog

Washburn County


Section I: Title and Purpose


The title of this ordinance is the Town of Chicog Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO) Free Ordinance which operations are hereby declared a public nuisance. The purpose of this ordinance is to protect the People and Natural Resources of the Town Of Chicog from Degradation by Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs).


Section II: Recital

Whereas:

  • The amount of urine and feces produced by the smallest CAFO is equivalent to the quantity of urine and feces produced by 16,000 humans. CAFO waste is usually not treated to reduce disease-causing pathogens, nor to remove chemicals, pharmaceuticals, heavy metals, or other pollutants.

  • Over 168 gases are emitted from CAFO waste, including hazardous chemicals such as ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, and methane.

  • Airborne particulate matter is found near CAFOs and can carry disease-causing bacteria, fungus, or other pathogens.

  • Animals frequently die in CAFOs. Their carcasses, often in large numbers, must be dealt with.

  • Infestations of flies, rats, and other vermin are commonplace around CAFOs and therefore around CAFO neighbors.

And whereas:

  • Nutrients in this CAFO waste can cause bright-green External link opens in new tab or windowalgae blooms in ditches, streams, and lakes. As these surface-water External link opens in new tab or windowalgae blooms die off, the oxygen in the water is depleted. What does this do? It can lead to fish kills. Additionally, drinking-water plants must remove these nutrients before water is fit for consumption.

And whereas:

And whereas:

And whereas:

  • Manure stored in lagoons releases methane and nitrous oxide, global warming gases more powerful than carbon dioxide.

  • Source:https://insideclimatenews.org/news/19102016/cafo-epa-regulations-factory-farms-getbigger-pollution-grows-environmental-impact-methane

And whereas:

  • CAFO spills such as the 2009 spill in Indiana resulted in widespread fish kills and necessitated hundreds of thousands of dollars in clean up [and] the 2016 spill] More recently, in June of 2016, 30,000 gallons of dairy waste was dumped into the Little Flatrock River killing fish for 10 miles from Milroy to Greensburg forcing the Greensburg drinking water utility to close their surface water intake. [And]

  • Some families who rely on well water as their primary source of drinking water report that it smells like manure and is undrinkable. Several have reported that nearby streams often have a “murky” or “frothy” look and smell like animal waste. Some residents report that: The resulting stench from these gasses can be unbearable, but even more concerning are the serious health effects they can create. For instance, one of the most dangerous gasses produced, hydrogen sulfide, can be harmful even at low levels. It is a potent neurotoxin that can cause damage to the brain and nervous system. People exposed to concentrations of even 0.1-1 parts per million (ppm), display neurobehavioral dysfunction, including abnormal balance and delays in verbal recall. Its effects are irreversible and can also include skin rashes, seizures, comas, and even death.

And whereas:

  • Chicog Town sits on the geological formation known as the Northwest Sands where there is very little resistance to downward flow, liquid manure from a CAFO can easily pollute the ground water as well as surface waters.

And whereas:

  • Rather than create jobs for the local economy, this system of vertical integration which focuses on maximizing corporate profits tends to reduce local jobs due in part to the highly mechanized nature of raising livestock in a factory-like setting. In fact, studies show that every CAFO worker replaces nearly three independent family farms.41 Furthermore, what jobs do exist on CAFOs typically come with low wages and undesirable working conditions, leaving them staffed by itinerant workers who spend little money in the communities where they work.42

  • Source for above: External link opens in new tab or windowhttps://www.hecweb.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/CAFO-Workshop-Education-Materials-Newton.pdf

And whereas,

  • CAFOs have been demonstrated to be detrimental to human health and the environment including that the EPA and USDA have determined that CAFOs are “the largest cause of water quality impairment in the country’s rivers, streams, lakes, ponds, and reservoirs” and that “they contribute to the impairment of approximately 37% of the nation’s surveyed rivers and streams.” Seepage from the lagoons contaminate groundwater, which increases the chances of E. coli bacteria showing up in major water sources.  

And whereas:

  • CAFOs are not just dangerous to human and animal health; they also produce greenhouse gases and contribute to global climate change. ,

  • CAFOs have been demonstrated to be instrumental in abetting the development of antibiotic resistance threatening human health;

Source for the above:

External link opens in new tab or windowhttps://sustainablecitycode.org/brief/concentrated-animal-feeding-operation-cafo- regulations/

Whereas the people of the Town of Chicog assert their inherent right to a clean and healthy environment as a human right; and, assert that right to protect their natural and cultural resources from harm caused by CAFOs; and,


Whereas, the people of the Town of Chicog wish and intend to preserve and protect the rural, Northwood’s Character of the town, including its forests, rivers, lakes and streams, as well as its quality of air and general health and public safety; and,


Whereas the people of the Town of Chicog wish to protect their primary industry of tourism which depends on a clean and healthy environment; and,


Whereas the people of the Town of Chicog consider CAFOs to be a public nuisance; and,


Whereas the people of the Town of Chicog desire to exercise their right to promote the general welfare as specified in the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of Wisconsin; and,


Whereas the people of the Town of Chicog assert their natural rights to self-government and to protect themselves from the incursion of CAFOs.


Section III: Legal Basis for this Ordinance


The Wisconsin Constitution, Article 1, Section 1, “Equality; inherent rights” which declares: “All people are born equally free and independent, and have certain inherent rights;

among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness; to secure these rights, governments are

instituted, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.”

The Wisconsin Constitution, Article XI, Section 3, which grants home rule to allow cities and villages control over their local affairs.


The Wisconsin Statutes pursuant to which the Town is granted Village Powers, and the associated powers thereof, under §§60.10(2)(c), 60.22(3), 61.34(1).

The Wisconsin Statutes, §§60.62, 61.35, and 62.23(7), related to planning, zoning and other authority.


The police powers of the Town pursuant to Wisconsin Statutes §§61.34(1) and

60.10(2) (c).


Section IV: Adoption of Ordinance


This ordinance, adopted by a majority of the Town Board on a roll call vote with a quorum present and proper notice having been given duly enact this Ordinance.


Section V: Subdivision and Numbering Of This Ordinance


This ordinance is divided into sections designated by uppercase Roman numerals. Sections may be divided into subsections designated by uppercase letters. Subsections may be divided into paragraphs designated by numbers. Paragraphs may be divided into subdivisions designated by lowercase letters. Subdivisions may be divided into subdivision paragraphs designated by lowercase Roman numerals. Reference to a “section,” “subsection,” “paragraph,” or “subdivision” includes all divisions of the referenced section, subsection, paragraph, or subdivision


Section VI: Definition of terms


A. A “Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation” or CAFO is any facility that requires a permit from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources under Chapter NR 243 of the Wisconsin Administrative Code and is here by defined as any concentrated animal feeding operation of more than 100 animals, including hogs, chickens, cattle or other animals, at any given time wherein animals are confined and not pastured or free in a grazing area. Two or more lots under common ownership or common management or operation are a CAFO if one or more of the following is true:

1. The operations are adjacent

2. The operations utilize common systems for land spreading of manure

3. Animals are transferred between the lots or facilities

4. The lots share facilities, staff, vehicles or equipment

5. Manure, barnyard runoff or other wastes are comingled in a common storage facility at any time.

B. “Northwood’s Character,” is defined as a rural region characterized by interspersed forests and small farms, clean and healthy lakes and rivers, unpolluted groundwater, clean, healthy air, a minimal built environment (small cottages, small farms, campgrounds, and minimal infrastructure), of a semi-wilderness character, a place primarily used for recreation in the clean and healthy environment of the out-of-doors, offering recreational opportunities to fish, hunt, hike, trap, forage, snowmobile, and like opportunities.

C. A Public Nuisance is defined as a thing, corruption, condition, or use of property that substantially annoy, injure, endanger the comfort, health, repose, or safety of persons of ordinary sensibilities; in any way render the public insecure in life and property;

D. Corporations are defined as “any business entity organized under the laws of any state or country”.


Section VII: Statement of Law

A. It shall be unlawful for any corporation, business, or individual to establish, own, lease, or operate a Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation, (popularly known as a CAFO), as defined above, in the Town of Chicog


Section VIII: Enforcement

A. Standing, Actions and Penalties

1. The Town of Chicog shall take all necessary actions to implement, defend, and enforce the provisions of this Ordinance including bringing suit in a court of law.

2. Any residents of the Town of Chicog may lawfully enforce or defend the provisions of this Ordinance by bringing suit in an appropriate court; and,

3. Upon conviction by a court of law the violator will pay a forfeiture of not more than $1,000.00 and not less than $100.00 plus the applicable surcharges, assessments, and costs for each violation.

4. Each day a violation exists or continues shall be considered a separate offense under this ordinance.

5. Penalties: the Town of Chicog or resident individuals may seek either monetary compensation to the amount of the restoration costs or require the violators to restore damaged ecosystems, ground and surface water to their original state prior to the offense.

B. Under this Ordinance corporations that engage in violations of this Ordinance shall not be deemed as possessing rights normally accruing to human persons. In addition to any other penalty imposed by this Ordinance, the cost of abatement of any public nuisance, the Town of Chicog may collect under Sec. 823.06 of Wis. Statutes against the owner of the real estate upon which such public nuisance exists.


Section IX: Severability


If any provision of this ordinance or its application to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity does not affect other provisions or applications of this ordinance that can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and to this end the provisions of this ordinance are severable.

Section X: Effective Date


This ordinance shall be effective as of the date of publication in the town’s official newspaper or posting in accordance with Wis. Stats. 60.80


APPROVED BY:

TOWN BOARD TOWN OF CHICOG

Dated this ______ day of ____________, _______.


Print Version of Ordinance

CAFO Ordinance.pdf

 

************************************************************************************

Results of town Caucas


TOWN OF CHICOG


TOWN OFFICE CANIDATES

FOR SPRING ELECTION 2021



TOWN CHAIR

PATRICK WILCOX

JIM DAVIDSON


1ST SUPERVISOR

SCOTT PAHOS

STEVE LOISELLE


2ND SUPERVISOR

SUSAN KOWARSCH

WENDY STREIFF


TOWN CLERK

TERESA L. CORRIE


TOWN TREASURER

KATHY STROHMEYER


**********************************************************************************************************

Ordinances & Resolutions

Resolutions

RESOLUTION # 2020318A - Lodge Road 349.4KB
RESOLUTION #2020318B - HAZARD MITIGATION PLAN 475.5KB
RESOLUTION #2020318C - EQUIPMENT HOURLY RATE 189.8KB
RESOLUTION # 07082020 Liberty Lane 1.2MB

Ordinances

Ordinance # 2020-01 - Short Term Rental 3.1MB
Ordinance # 2020-02 -Injury to Highway 272.2KB
Ordinance # 2020-03 - Conditions to Obtain or Renew Licenses. 769.1KB
Ordinance # 2020-04 - Citation Ordinance 1.9MB
Ordinance # 2020-05 Amendment to Short Term Rental.pdf 661.0KB


Additional Documents

Application Form Short Term Rental.pdf 454.9KB
Short Term Rental - Tips & Suggestions.pdf 130.1KB
Formal Complaint Form.pdf 6.1KB



******************************************************

The following proposed ordinance by the Washburn County Community Rights Alliance will be open for discussion at the annual Town Meeting July 25, 2020.  If you have any questions or suggested changes before than please contact one of the following local individuals with the Alliance: Curt Hubatch: External link opens in new tab or windowhubyseven@gmail.com, Jan Bliss: External link opens in new tab or windowjbjhands@centurytel.net or Lou Columbus: External link opens in new tab or windowlacolumbus35@gmail.com  National websites for more information on community Rights are:  External link opens in new tab or windowwww.communityrighs.us & External link opens in new tab or windowwww.celdf.org

******************************************************

Proposed Chicog ordinance:


Right to a Healthy Climate Ordinance

Establishing a community rights-based ordinance for Chicog Town in Washburn County, Wisconsin that prohibits activities and projects that would violate rights secured by the ordinance.

Preamble

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all people are created equal, that they naturally are endowed with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, the people institute governments, which derive their just powers from the consent of the governed.

Further, that whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or abolish it, and to institute a new government. Laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness.

This right of self-government, as stated in the Declaration of Independence, is natural fundamental, and unalienable. It is also secured to us by the United States Constitution and the Constitution of the State of Wisconsin.

Pursuant to that right of self-government, if our current system of local government infringes our rights, we, the people of Chicog, have the right to alter or replace that system with one that secures and protects human rights and ecosystem rights, as long as the new system does not infringe other rights protected for us by state and federal law.

The Town of Chicog is situated within the St. Croix River watershed which includes the sub watersheds of the Namekagon River, the Totagatic River, Stuntz Brook, Chicog Creek and others. The total drainage of the St. Croix watershed is 7,760 square miles and extends from near Mille Lacs Lake in MN on the west to near Cable, WI on the east. 46% of the watershed is in MN and 54% is in Wisconsin. The Wisconsin portion covers 22 watersheds, 4,165 square miles, and 9 counties. The ecosystem this watershed represents is home to a multitude of animal and plant species and thousands of people who collectively rely on it for their livelihood, health, and survival.

It is our legislative determination that certain corporate activities are detrimental to our rights, health, safety and welfare and those of the ecological system we live in. These activities include but are not limited to: runoff from commercial use of pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers; the intentional or unintentional dumping of toxic waste including corporate factory farm waste; and the physical deposition of emissions, leakage, disposal, or placement of toxins into the land, air, or waterways from extraction, transportation, processing, storage, conveyance, and depositing of waste from fossil fuels and frack sand activities.

As we are purportedly constrained by state and federal law, which courts interpret to require us to accept such harmful corporate activity, we the people of Chicog are unable under our current system of local government to secure human rights and ecosystem rights by banning said activity. Thus we deem it necessary to alter our system of local government, and we do so by adopting this Right to a Healthy Climate Ordinance.

Section 1 – Statement of law

  1. Right of Self-Government. All residents of Chicog possess a right of self-government, which includes, but is not limited to, the following rights: first, the right to a system of local government founded on the consent of the people of the town; second, the right to a system of local government that secures their rights; and third, the right to alter any system of local government that lacks consent of the people or fails to secure and protect the people’s and ecosystems’ rights, health, safety, and welfare. Any action to annul, amend, alter, or overturn this Ordinance shall be prohibited unless such action is approved by a prior Town vote at which a majority of the residents of the Town vote to approve such action.

  2. Right to a Healthy Climate. All residents of Chicog possess a right to a stable and healthy climate system capable of sustaining human societies, which shall include the right to be free from all corporate activities that infringe that right, including but not limited to the runoff from commercial use of pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers; the intentional or unintentional dumping of toxic waste including corporate factory farm waste; and the physical deposition of emissions, leakage, disposal or placement of toxins into the land, air, or waterways from extraction, transportation, processing, storage, conveyance, and depositing of waste from fossil fuels and frack sand activities.

  3. Right to Clean Air, Water, and Soil. All residents of Chicog possess the right to clean air, water, and soil, which shall include the right to be free from all corporate activities that release toxic contaminants into the air, water and soil, including but not limited to the runoff from commercial use of pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers; the intentional and unintentional dumping of toxic waste including corporate factory farm waste; and the physical deposition of emissions, leakage, disposal, or placement of toxins into the land, air, or waterways from extraction, transportation, processing, storage, conveyance, and depositing of waste from fossil fuels and frack sand activities.

  4. Rights of Ecosystems and Natural Communities. Ecosystems and natural communities within Chicog possess the rights to naturally exist, flourish, regenerate, and evolve; rights to restoration, recovery, and preservation; rights to a stable and healthy climate system capable of sustaining ecosystems and natural communities; rights to clean air, water, soil; and which also shall include, but not limited to, the right to be free from all corporate activities that infringe these rights, including, but not limited to the runoff from commercial use of pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers; the intentional and unintentional dumping of toxic waste including corporate factory farm waste; and the physical deposition of emissions, leakage, disposal, or placement of toxins into the land, air, or waterways from extraction, transportation, processing, storage, conveyance, and depositing of waste from fossil fuels and frack sand activities.

  5. The Right to Protection from Governmental and Corporate Interference. All residents of Chicog and the Town of Chicog as well as ecosystems and natural communities within Chicog, possess the right to enforce this Ordinance free of interference from corporations, other business entities, and governments. That right shall include the right to be free from ceiling preemption, because this Ordinance expands rights and legal protections for people and nature above those provided by less-protective state, federal and international law.


Section 2 – Enforcement

  1. Any business entity or government that willfully violates any provision of this Ordinance shall be subject to a civil penalty in an amount of $1,000 per day of violation.

  2. Any business entity or government that willfully violates any provision of this Ordinance also shall be liable for any injury to an ecosystem or natural community caused by the violation. Damages shall be measured by the cost of restoring the ecosystem or natural community to its state before the injury, and shall be paid to the Town of Chicog to be used exclusively for the full and complete restoration of the ecosystem or natural community.

  3. Ecosystems and natural communities within Chicog may enforce or defend this Ordinance through an action brought in the name of the ecosystem or natural community as the real party in interest.

  4. Any resident of Chicog may enforce or defend this Ordinance through an action brought in the resident’s name. Any resident, and any ecosystem or natural community, also shall have the right to intervene in any action concerning this Ordinance in order to enforce or defend it, and in such an action, the Town of Chicog shall not be deemed to adequately represent their particularized interests.

  5. If the Town of Chicog fails to enforce or defend this law, or a court fails to uphold this law or purports to declare it unlawful, the law shall not be affected, and any resident may then enforce the rights and prohibitions of the law through non-violent direct action. If enforcement through non-violent direct action is commenced, this law shall prohibit any private or public actor from filing a civil or criminal action against those participating in such non-violent direct action. If an action is filed in violation of this provision, the applicable court must dismiss the action promptly, without further filings being required of direct-action participants. “Direct action” as used by this provision shall mean any non-violent activities or actions carried out to directly enforce the rights and prohibitions contained within this law.

Section 3 – State and Federal Constitutional Changes

Through the adoption of this Ordinance, the people of Chicog call for an amendment of the Wisconsin Constitution and the federal Constitution to recognize expressly a right of local self-government free from governmental restriction, ceiling preemption, or nullification by corporate “rights”.

ENACTED AND ORDAINED this_______day of __________________, 20________, by the Town of Chicog, in Washburn County, Wisconsin.


By:

Signature________________________________ Print_______________________________

Signature________________________________ Print_______________________________

Signature________________________________ Print_______________________________


******************************************************************


Ordinances

 SURVEY RESULTS - HEALTH CLIMATE ORDNANCE


Two surveys have been mailed to the town citizens to find out how they felt about a Right to a Healthy Climate Ordnance.

In April of 2019, with the approval the town chairman and the supervisors, one hundred and fifty short surveys were mailed to all of the township residents.  44 were returned.  36 (82%) were in favor of the ordinance. Because of this favorable response the town chairman agreed another survey should be distributed to Chicog’s taxpayers.

In December of 2019, with the approval of the town board, 700 short surveys were mailed along with the tax notifications.  97 were returned.   Five questions were asked:

1. Do you support a right to a healthy climate: air, land and water?  92 responded yes (94%).

2. Should the legal system recognize corporate rights over human, ecosystem rights?  84 responded no (87%).

3. Do you think the Town of Chicog should legally have the right to enact and enforce laws to protect health, safety and welfare?  81 responded yes (83%).

4. Would you be in favor of passing the ordinance:  Right to a Healthy Climate that would give protection, legal standing, and constitutional rights in a court of law in the Town of Chicog?  75 responded yes (77%).

5. Are you interested in attending an informational meeting?  28 responded yes (29%).


Printable PDF Budget Files

2019 Proposed Budget.pdf
2020 Proposed Budget.pdf

 
1