Special Residential Storm Debris Pick up Starting on July 8th: SPECIAL RESIDENTIAL STORM DEBRIS PICK UP The Town of Linn is offering a ONE-TIME pick up for storm-related damage starting on Monday, July 8th at 7:00 a.m. THIS IS FOR WOODY VEGETATION ONLY. Residents are to have all logs and branches placed at the edge of the road shoulder, cut end facing the road as best as you are able. The Town will not pick up debris on private property. Do not make a pile or place anything on the paved surface of the road. This one-time pick up DOES NOT include any private road(s). Crews will come down all public streets once for pickup. There will be NO call-backs to have crews return. Due to the volume of debris, individual requests to leave wood will not be honored. Residents can expect temporary road closures to allow crews to work as safely and efficiently as possible. The clean-up equipment cannot pick up every piece of debris.  Small twigs and leaves may remain after a crew comes by. Final clean-up is the responsibility of the property owner. The schedule will be as follows:Main Roads; Linton, Willow and South Lakeshore; West to East.North Shore; East to West starting with Snake Road.Subdivisions and roads from the lake to South Lakeshore; West to East, starting at Shadow Lane.Subdivisions and roads between South Lakeshore and County B; West to East, starting with Maple Hills.Roads South of County B; West to East including Westside and Armsby; starting with Linn-Walworth Townline. There will be multiple crews working simultaneously at different locations within the Town of Linn. The amount of material, availability of equipment/personnel and weather will determine how fast crews move through any given area. Please be aware that piles may not be picked up for several weeks due to the volume of debris to be cleaned up. IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT YOU HAVE YOUR BRANCHES AND LOGS OUT BY THE ROAD AT THE BEGINNING OF OUR START DATE.

NOTICE TO POSTPONE ANNUAL TOWN MEETING

Due to the current public health emergency, the April 21, 2020 annual town meeting has been postponed.  

 

Under new 2019 Wisconsin Act 185, if the town board is unable to promptly meet, the town chair may postpone the annual town meeting to a date that is not during the period beginning on the first day of the public health emergency declared on March 12, 2020, by executive order 72, and ending 60 days after the termination of that order. 

 

It is anticipated that the annual meeting will be rescheduled before the end of the calendar year 2020. In accordance with Wis. Stat. 60.12(3), the Town will provide notice at least 15 days prior to the rescheduled meeting.