The St. Joseph Town Board members tossed around the idea of a “nuisance ordinance” at the Thursday, May 7, board meeting after receiving several noise complaints from residents regarding dirt-bike tracks.
I’d like to acknowledge the St. Joseph Planning Commission, especially Chair Ben Heuiser, for the excellent presentation he made on our town’s development ordinance last Wednesday night at the Town Hall.
Jeff Nachbar, Town of St. Joseph
, April 03, 2009
As a Town Board member for the town of Troy, who was very involved in the transfer of development rights portion of our subdivision ordinance, I am frequently asked to explain the unique concept of a “market-driven” approach.
Four positions are on the April 7 ballot in the town St. Joseph including contested races for chairperson and supervisor No. 2. Incumbent chair Theresa Johnson is challenged by Kevin Adkins, and incumbent supervisor Kevin Moelter faces off with Ted Anderson for spots on the five-member panel.
This is in response to the letter last week from Ms. Ostendorf. The revised Chapter 168, Subdivision of Land ordinance approved by the Plan Commission and Town Board of St. Joseph is not a zoning ordinance.
Theresa Johnson, Town of St. Joseph
, March 27, 2009
As a resident of the town of St. Joseph, I look forward to the upcoming local election on Tuesday, April 7. It is our opportunity to show support for the leadership of our current town chair, Theresa Johnson. Please vote to re-elect her to another term.
There are two contested positions on the town of St. Joseph board of supervisors in the April 7 election. Kevin Adkins is challenging Incumbent Theresa Johnson for the chair position. Incumbent Kevin Moelter is opposed by Ted Anderson for Supervisor No. 2.
Members of St. Joseph Fire and Rescue, assisted with three members of the Hudson Fire Department, met a challenge by the non-profit Minnesota Sled Hockey Association at the Hudson Sports and Civic Center ice rink Sunday, March 8. The sled association team won the match 4-2.
The St. Joseph Town Board has deemed it “imprudent and dangerous” to set fires upon any land within the town. In accordance with Wisconsin state statutes, the board passes Resolution 2009-1 on March 5, declaring a closed fire season within the town.
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