CHECK OUT NOTICES FOR TOWN OF CALUMET JOB POSTING
GO TO NOTICES FOR AN APPLICATION FOR ABSENTEE BALLOT OR FOR WISCONSIN VOTER REGISTRATION APPLICATION
IMPORTANT INFORMATION - AS OF 10/10/14 THE NEW VOTER ID LAW IS
NO LONGER IN AFFECT. THE BLUE PRINTED PARAGRAPH BELOW DOES NOT
APPLY. THE PARAGRAPH IN RED BELOW DOES APPLY FOR THE 11/4/14
ELECTION. THE APPLICATION FOR ABSENTEE BALLOT CAN BE FOUND ON THIS WEBSITE UNDER PERMITS/FORMS ALONG WITH THE VOTER
NOVEMBER GENERAL ELECTION - 11/4/14 - 7AM-8PM
INFORMATION REGARDING THE NEW VOTER ID LAW IN WISCONSIN
Beginning with the Nov. 4 election, all voters will have to show a state approved ID for
voting purposes(can be unexpired or expired after the date of the most recently general
election (currently 11/6/12). Acceptable ID's - WI DOTdriver license, WI DOT ID card,
(available for free), military ID issued by a US uniformed service(veteral ID not included),
and a US passport bood or card. These forms of ID must have your current name & address. If it does not have your current address, you must have a proof of residence
document such as bank statement, utility bill, tax bill, vehicle registration, fishing/hunting
license. In person absentee voting will take place from Oct. 20-31, 2014 by calling the clerk
for an appointment. The hours will be on Wed and Thurs from 5:00 to 7:00 PM. There will
be NO in person absentee voting on weekend by state law. In addition to filling out a request for Absentee Ballot, all of the above criteria will apply. Please call Mary Casper
at 898-4116 for an appointment for "in person absentee voting". To obtain an application
for Absentee Ballot, you can go to gab.gov and do a fillable application. Go to form GAB 121 English(fillable) and mail to the clerk with the proper photo ID and an absentee ballot will be mailed. (Deadline for obtaining an absentee ballot by mail is: 10/30 5 PM
Wisconsin's Electronics Recycling Law (2009 Act 50) prohibits disposal of certain electronic devices in Wisconsin landfills, burning in an incineration facility, or placing these devies in a container intended for disposal or incineration (S.287.07(5), Wis. Stats.) This new law prohibits electronic (e-waste) into any Wisconsin landfill or Transfer Station commingled with municipal solid waste. The devices covered by the new landfill and inceneration ban are:
-computer peripherals, including keyboards, mice and speakers;
- DVD players, VCRs and digital video recorders; and
- cell phones
Some options for the proper handing of e-waste after September 1, 2010:
1) Negotiate with the retail stores to take back the old e-waste item as part of your new purchase of new equipment.
2) 'Best Buy' the retail store will take e-waste at no charge with some restrictions as noted on their website www.bestbuy.com.
3) Contact Earthwise Recycling @ www.earthwiserecycling.com, Charges may apply.
For more information about this law, see http://dnr.wi.gov/ecyclewisconsin.
RECYCLE/GARBAGE PICK UP - The recycle center is open every Saturday from 8 AM - 4 PM. Remember to hand in your post cards with your address and vehicle info and in exchange you will receive your sticker. If you have not received a post card, please contact the clerk, Mary Casper at 920-898-4116. Thank you for your cooperation.
Our building inspector is Paul Birschbach, Birschbach Inspeciton Service LLC, 18 W. Main St., Suite L, Chilton, WI 53014. For building, remodeling, replacement & demolition permits and land use info and fees contact phone number is 920-849-9274, fax 920-849-9289 or e-mail email@example.com
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