The Public Hearing on the 2020 Budget will be at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, November 18 — preceding the Regular Budget/Village Meeting. The Budget is published under “Government” then “Budget”.
Sanitary District Budget in Detail
SAVE THE POND WALK
SAT. OCTOBER 26, 2019
FORESTVILLE DAM COUNTY PARK
Congratulations to Barb Husch, Forestville Branch Librarian, who was presented with a Citation by the Assembly, State of Wisconsin, reading, in part, : “to Barbara Husch, who has spent the past 25 years serving the Forestville Branch library with her knowledge, winning attitude, optimism, and kindness; and her creativity during story time to engage children to help them expand their minds by nurturing their curiosity while broadening their love for learning”.
120 Ballots Cast, 1 Absentee Ballot Sent, 1 Absentee Ballots Returned, No Provisional Ballots
Justice of Supreme Court: Brian Hagedorn=65, Lisa Neubauer=54
Court of Appeals Judge, District 3: Lisa K. Stark=90
Village of Forestville, President: Terry McNulty=96, Write-in=2
Village of Forestville, Trustees, Vote for 2 Candidates: Jessica M. Koskubar=62, Jeremy Zenefski=48, Scott Pinchart=72,Write-in=2
Southern Door School Board, Vote for 2 Candidates: Matthew Tassoul= 67, Penny L. Price= 69, Milly Gonzales= 26, Adam Urban=42
The next election currently scheduled in the Village of Forestville will be in 2020.
At Dec. 17, 2018 monthly meeting, the Village Board approved Ch. 58 Solid Waste / Recycling Ordinance after agreeing to enter into curbside garbage pickup contract with Advanced Disposal.
The Village Board added prohibition of manure and agricultural waste applications to Ch. 287 Nuisances, section 3. The Village Board also revised Ch. 83 Officers Ordinance to update Clerk & Treasurer duties.
Copies of all three ordinances will be posted for the next 30 days at the Post Office and at the Library/Village Hall. See Dec. 17, 2018 meeting packet for electronic copies.
ELECTIONS: VILLAGE HALL 7:00 am – 8:00 pm
For information to include registering to vote, requesting absentee ballots, viewing what is on your current ballot, etc., go to: http://elections.wi.gov/voters
The Door County Parks Department and Soil & Water Department are having a public meeting on Wednesday night 11/9/16 at the Forestville Town Hall in Maplewood concerning the Forestville Dam County Park Millpond. Purpose for the meeting is to gather public input on the future management of the Forestville Dam Millpond. All with interest in the future of the Millpond are encouraged to attend!
Let’s give a BIG THANK YOU to Mary Sibilsky for her continuous efforts of keeping the Village neat and tidy on her walks!!!
Special thanks goes out to Donna Clark and daughter LaDeana Clark Taylor for their dedication and hard work in keeping the Forestville Village Rummage Sale going. This year’s proceeds were $290 and will go again towards the upkeep of the park. Even though Donna does not officially live in the Village, she has been a willing sponsor to take over when the original hosts could no longer continue the annual event. The Sale takes place in mid June and costs a $10 fee to have your sale appear on the map. If you have any questions regarding the Village Rummage Sales, you may contact Donna at the Clark’s Bar & Family Restaurant, 131 E. Main Street, Forestville.
Special thanks also goes out to Shawn Henderson, Village Trustee, for his work on spiffing up three of the park picnic benches. The benches were badly in need of some TLC and got a good pressure washing from Shawn. With the help of Scott Pinchart, also a Village Trustee, the two of them then sanded down the rough spots. See the difference? 🙂