unnamedAlthough the Supreme Court’s June 5 decision came down in favor of Wysocki, the Town’s legal team still has many options for protecting the Town and its residents from threats to water quality and overall quality of life. This fight is far from over.

A community information meeting for Town of Saratoga residents will be held Monday, June 25 at the Town Hall from 6:30 – 7:30 PM. Paul Kent, attorney for the Town, will present a status update and next steps in the wake of the Supreme Court’s recent decision. Learn more HERE.

PWC is creating and posting a new round of signs along the major thoroughfares. VOLUNTEERS are needed to paint and erect the signs AND we’d like new high-visibility locations. Contact Duane Hofmeister at (715) 325-5484 to volunteer or offer a location.

The current citizens water committee, which has met for a year and a half, is moving from the Town Hall to the River Block Building in downtown Wisconsin Rapids. Committee meetings will be held the third Thursday of each month at 2 p.m. in Room 206 of the River Block Building on the Wisconsin River in downtown Wisconsin Rapids. Enter through the former Consolidated Office Building off Jackson Street, take the elevator to the second floor, turn left and enter down the hallway from the Land & Water Department offices. We’d like meetings to be well attended at the new location. Upcoming dates are July 16, August 20 and every third Monday each month. If you have questions please call Bill Leichtnam at (715) 886-5107. 

Town of Saratoga Planning Commission meetings are held at the Town Hall at 6:30 pm on the second Wednesday of each month. These meetings plan for Saratoga’s future. Make your voice heard.

Watch for, complete and return the Planning Commission’s SURVEY on Saratoga’s economic future. Tell the Town Board about the kind of development you want OR DON’T WANT in Saratoga. A united community is needed to retain and preserve a Saratoga we can all live in.

6) HONK!
Honk when you pass the Town Hall on the 1st & 3rd Wednesday evenings each month and tell our Town Board that you support their efforts to get Wysocki out of Saratoga.

To access the full Wisconsin Supreme Court decision, click HERE

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