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Public Notice – Registry Listing for Zoning Changes

Pursuant to Wis. Stats. Secs. 62.23(7)(d)4 and 66.1001(4)(f), the Village has adopted Ordinance 2018-13 (Sec. 13-1-226) which states that the Village must maintain a list of citizens who submit a written or electronic request to receive notice of any proposed municipal zoning action or ordinance change, or comprehensive plan amendment, which would affect the allowable use of the person’s property.  To read the ordinance in its entirety, or to view the written request requirements, click here.


Board Reverses Previous Decision to Decrease Size of Board

At a Regular Village Board meeting on Wednesday, March 21, 2018, Board members voted in favor of Charter Ordinance 2018-08 increasing the number of Trustees serving on the Board from 5 members to 7 members.  This reverses a previous decision (made on November 1, 2017) to decrease the size of the Board from 7 members to 5 members.  Because Charter Ordinances do not take effect until 60 days after passage, one Trustee seat will be eliminated after the April 3rd Spring Election.  The seat will be filled by appointment for a 2-year term on or after May 21, 2018.

We Want Your Opinion!!

The Village of Wausaukee wishes to improve the user experience at Evergreen Campground and we want your input! Currently, the Village is contemplating upgrades to include:

  • a new bathroom/shower facility
  • water and sewer hook-ups at the campsites
  • trail markers and signage for the walking trails
  • warming shelter/trail head for snowshoeing and cross country skiing

Please help us by completing a 5 question survey that will take approximately 1-2 minutes to complete. Just click on the link below to get started.

Thank you in advance for taking the time to help us with these exciting new improvements!

Board Reduces the Size of the Planning Commission

At a Special Board meeting on Wednesday, November 1, 2017, the Board voted in favor of Village Ordinance 2017-07 reducing the number of members on the Planning Commission (WPC) from 7 members to 5 members.  The transition to a 5 man Board will be in conjunction with the transition of the Village Board [to a 5 member Board] with one seat being eliminated after the next two successive spring elections.