Public Notices & Agendas
LARGE ITEM DROP-OFF – SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5th
The Town is hosting another large item drop-off on Saturday, October 5th from 8 a.m. to noon. NO drop offs the night before. Dumpsters will be available in the Town Hall parking lot. Bring help if necessary, as you will need to unload your items into the dumpster.
In an effort to limit drop offs by non-residents and keep costs low to continue offering this service to our residents, you may be asked to provide current proof of residency, such as a driver’s license, utility bill, lease, etc. that shows your address in the Town of Springfield. Please come prepared to show such proof of residency if asked.
Large items allowed include: furniture, rolled carpet and lumber up to 4’ maximum length, mattresses/box springs, non-metal doors, wood windows, toilets, sinks, water softeners and humidifiers (but NOT dehumidifiers). Items excluded include, but are not limited to: tires, used oil, compost materials and automotive or marine batteries. There is NO electronic drop-off at the Fall event (TVs, DVD players, computer and office equipment, microwaves, or other Wisconsin landfill banned items).
A reminder that hazardous materials (paint, pesticides, petroleum products such as oil and solvents and explosives) are not accepted. These can be dropped off at the Clean Sweep program at 7102 US Hwy 12, Madison. If you are not sure about an item, please call us ahead of time and we will check with Advanced Disposal to see if it is acceptable. Volunteers to help with this event are always appreciated. Call the Town Hall at 849-7887 if you can help for a few hours.
SPRINGFIELD PLAN COMMISSION
THURSDAY, SEPT 12, 2019 @ 6:30 P.M.
7775 MARTINSVILLE RD
- Call to Order and Roll Call
- Confirmation of Postings for Open Meetings Law
- SITE VISIT: Russ Meier, 7775 Martinsville Rd., rezone from C-2 to SFR/MFR.
- Stagecoach Plumbing signage
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
Regular Board Meeting Agenda
September 17, 2019 @ 7:30 p.m.
- Call to Order, Roll Call, & Pledge of Allegiance
- Confirmation of Compliance with Open Meetings Law
- Informal Public Comment Time
- Minutes of previous meeting: 3, 2019
- Chairperson’s Report
- Operator’s Licenses: Catherine Meinholz, Randy Kalscheuer, and Lori Meinholz for St. Peter’s
- Driveway application: Scott Ripp, Woodland Dr.
- Recommendations of the PC :
- Zoning Ordinance amendment #3—Signs
Motion by Mr. Pulvermacher, seconded by Commissioner Beglinger to adopt zoning ordinance amendment #3 as presented. Motion carried, 7-0.
- Peter’s Catholic School signage
Motion by Commissioner Acker, seconded by Commissioner Wright to approve the sign application for St. Peter’s Church. Motion carried, 7-0.
- Stagecoach Plumbing signage
- Zoning Ordinance amendment #4–Outdoor storage
Motion by Commissioner Beglinger, seconded by Commissioner Wright to approve the ordinance amendment and recommend to Town Board. Motion carried, 6-0; Mr. Pulvermacher abstained.
- Rezone & Preliminary Plat: Hwy. 12 & 19, Parcel 0808-064-8200-4; 37.2 acres from A-1EX to SFR, COM and NBR zoning
Motion by Commissioner Wolfe, seconded by Commissioner Beglinger to deny the application as the information requested by Town professionals has not been received within the allotted timeframe and the flooding concerns and lack of highway access have not been addressed. Motion carried, 6-0; Mr. Pulvermacher abstained.
- Town road standards
- Mineral extraction ordinance workgroup and possible committee creation
- LRIP application – Enchanted Valley II
- RFP for Auditing Services
- Engineering invoice for signage memo
- OLD BUSINESS
- Rezone & Preliminary Plat: Hwy. 12 & 19 (See #8e above)
- Levy Limit Worksheet: Previous year’s unused levy. Resolution 2019- ___(04)
- 7166 County Highway K
7139 County Highway K
7759 Martinsville Rd.
- 7166 County Highway K
- Zoning Violation: Millers, 6236 Us Hwy. 12
- Kingsley Cemetery Garden Shed Maintenanc
15. Committee Reports
16. Road Patrolman’s Report
17. Clerk/Treasurer’s Report and Correspondence
18. Approval of Bills as presented
ROAD CLOSURE – County Hwy. P
Monday, September 9th County Crews will begin installation of the large aluminum box culvert on CTH P, just north of Riles Road. This work will take 3-4 days and the road will be impassable at this location. This will be the 1st of several multi-day closures as culverts are installed along the route. Many of these are deep and cannot be completed in a single day. Overnight closures are not expected on the weekends.
PUBLIC HEARING – ZONING ORDINANCE AMENDMENTS (3)
Please take notice that the Plan Commission of the Town of Springfield will, on the 9th day of September, 2019, at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Hall located at 6157 CTH P, Dane, Wisconsin, conduct a public hearing to receive public comment on three amendments to the Town’s zoning ordinance. The subjects of the amendments are: Plumbing in accessory buildings; Outdoor storage; and, Signs.
The proposed amendments are available below or at the Town Hall during regular business hours. Written comments should be submitted to the Town Clerk at email@example.com, and will be forwarded to the Board.
NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF ORDINANCES
FREQUENCY OF FIRE INSPECTIONS
Pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 60.80, the Town of Springfield, Dane County, Wisconsin, hereby posts notice that at its regular Town Board Meeting held on Sept 3, 2019, the Town Board enacted Ordinance #2019-02: FREQUENCY OF FIRE INSPECTIONS.
SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE: Allows Waunakee Area Fire District to reduce the frequency of fire prevention inspections to 1 per calendar year, provided the interval between the inspections does not exceed 15 months. Pursuant to WI Admin Code & SPS 314.01(13)7.
The full text of the ordinance is available using the link below:
ADOPTING SPS 316 STATE OF WISCONSIN ELECTRICAL CODE
Pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 60.80, the Town of Springfield, Dane County, Wisconsin, hereby posts notice that at its regular Town Board Meeting held on Sept 3,2019, the Town Board enacted Ordinance #2019-03: SPS 316 STATE OF WISCONSIN ELECTRICAL CODE
SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE: In order for municipalities to exercise jurisdiction over the commercial electrical inspections, the town is required to adopt SPS 316 State of Wisconsin Electrical Code in its entirety.
The full text of the ordinance is available using the link below.
NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF A RESOLUTION
EXISTING EMPLOYER UPDATE
WISCONSIN PUBLIC EMPLOYERS’ GROUP HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM
Pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 60.80, the Town of Springfield, Dane County, Wisconsin, hereby posts notice that at its regular Town Board Meeting held on Sept 3, 2019, the Town Board enacted Resolution #2019-03: EXISTING EMPLOYER UPDATE, WISCONSIN PUBLIC EMPLOYERS’ GROUP HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM.
SUMMARY OF RESOLUTION: Employers Trust Fund merged a few different documents, renamed & moved applicable contract provisions. The previous resolution the Town signed to participate in the group health program is no longer correct. The update allows for continuation in the Wisconsin Public Employers Group Health Insurance program that is offered to eligible personnel. The resolution is available in its entirety below:
NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF AN ORDINANCE UPDATING THE COMP PLAN
Pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 60.80, the Town of Springfield, Dane County, Wisconsin, hereby posts notice that at its regular Town Board Meeting held on Aug. 20, 2019, the Town Board enacted Ordinance 2019-01: Adopting an Updated Comprehensive Plan for the Town of Springfield, Dane County, Wisconsin.
The update reflects the evolution of the TDR program since late 2015 and the replacement of County zoning with Town zoning; addresses some minor land use policy changes and changes in certain initiatives over the past few years, such park recommendations and fees; updates other older or incorrect data such as expired boundary agreements; and, expands the language related to neighboring airport expansion and development.
MIDDLETON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT-MOREY FIELD INFORMATION
Information related to the Middleton Municipal Airport can be found on their website at: https://www.cityofmiddleton.us/93/Airport
NOXIOUS WEED NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to each and every person who owns, occupies or controls land in the TOWNS OF SPRINGFIELD, County of Dane, State of Wisconsin, to cut or destroy noxious weeds on such property before the plants bloom.
Noxious weeds are: Canada Thistle, Leafy Spurge, Field Bindweed (creeping Jenny), Yellow Rocket, Perennial Sow Thistle, Musk Thistle, Giant Foxtail, Wild Hemp (Marijuana), Yellow Mustard, Velvet Leaf, Wild Radish, Bull Thistle and the Buckthorn Bush and any other weed the governing body of any municipality or the county board of any county by ordinance or resolution declares to be noxious within its respective boundaries. Wis. Stats. § 66.0407(b). Noxious Weeds shall be controlled at such time and in such a manner as shall effectively prevent such plants from bearing seed, or spreading to adjoining property.
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