Sex Offender Resident Change

For several years the address at 5622 County Road B in the Town ship has been rented by a the property owner to the Department of Corrections (DOC) for the housing of sex offenders.

The Brown County Sheriff’s Office (even though they are not required to) has notified the Town that a new offender will be housed at this residence. Public notification is required for offenders based on their status in the State system. This offender actually does not require any public notification.

The offender is Nathan J. Malcore. Follow the link to his DOC profile page.

Pittsfield Summer Road Construction Projects

Pittsfield is planning on doing repair work on a number of roads this summer.

A complete list of the streets and work follows below.

Work will be starting with pulverizing Meadow, Shady, Briar and River Lane the week of June 7th, 2021. These roads will be left as gravel to compact until the completion of the work in early July. The road will be regraded prior to finishing.

Patching and spot repairs will also occur during June. The sealing and finishing will occur in early July, dependent on weather delays.

The Town will NOT hold a meeting to answer questions about the work.

If you have questions, please contact Chairman Deneys at (920) 865-1200 or the Town Engineer Paul Willis at (920) 593-6854

List of roads and work:

  1. Meadow Dr. — 1795 ft. X 18 ft. — Pulverize add 4″ of road gravel then apply a DOUBLE hot oil chip seal coat -(Final Grade, water, roll and Vacuum)
  1. Shady Lane Dr. — 1320 ft. X 18 ft. — Pulverize add 4″ of road gravel then apply a DOUBLE hot oil chip seal coat -(Final Grade, water, roll and Vacuum)
  1. Briar Dr. –1850 ft. X 16 ft. — Pulverize add 4″ of road gravel then apply a DOUBLE hot oil chip seal coat -(Final Grade, water, roll, and Vacuum)
  1. River Lane Dr. — 530 ft. X 16 ft. — Pulverize add 4″ of road gravel then apply a DOUBLE hot oil chip seal coat -{Final Grade, water, roll, and Vacuum)
  1. Pine Ridge Ct. –1270 ft. X 20 ft. –Apply a Single hot oil chip seal coat and 110 ton cold mix wedging in various bad spots
  1. Sumac Dr. –1270 ft. X 22 ft. — Apply a Single hot oil chip seal coat and 77 ton cold mix wedging in various bad spots
  1. Sandhill Dr. — 2165 ft. X 22 ft. –Apply a Single hot oil chip seal coat and 143 ton cold mix wedging in various bad spots
  1. Angle Dr. — 900 ft. X 20 ft. –Apply a Single hot oil chip seal coat and 22 ton cold mix wedging in bad spots. NOTE The entire length of Angle Dr. is being completed in cooperation with the Town of Maple Grove. Only 900 feet is Pittsfield financial responsibility.

Woodside Drive Construction

Reconstruction work on Woodside Drive between County Road B and Forest Drive will occur starting the week of June 7th, 2021. Please plan you travel around the work.

The work will generally consist of grinding and milling portions of the current surface, adding material and then re paving.

The Town will NOT hold a public information meeting to answer questions about the work. Letters were sent to all property owners.

If you have questions, please contact Chairman Deneys at (920) 865-1200 or the Town Engineer Paul Willis at (920) 593-6854.

Hwy 32 Construction Meeting

Please join the Wisconsin Department of Transportation for a virtual construction update meeting (Monday, May 24, 2021 at 6:00pm) (link below) to discuss upcoming work taking place at WIS 32 from WIS 29 to the Village of Pulaski. Construction is currently scheduled to start Monday June 7, 2021 with the detour starting on Wednesday June 9, 2021. The intent of this meeting is to share details of work zone operations, staging, and traffic impacts. The construction contractor, Northeast Asphalt, will be available to answer questions and discuss any concerns. No in-person public meeting will be held due to the current health emergency.

This meeting will be held via Microsoft Teams so project staff and the contractor can share project visuals. It is recommended you install Microsoft Teams software prior to the meeting. It is free and relatively user friendly: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/microsoft-teams/download-app

The meeting details are as follows:

Virtual Public Construction Update
· Monday, May 24, 2021 at 6:00pm
· Access the virtual meeting by going to the WIS 32 project website and clicking the “go to meeting” link.
· You can also call into the meeting and hear the audio via phone. Conference Call Phone #: 608-571-2209, Phone Conference ID: 818 545 666#

We have developed a project construction website with detailed construction information, traffic impacts and displays. The
same information to be presented at the virtual construction update is available on the WIS 32 Project Construction website at
https://projects.511wi.gov/wis32pulaski/.

Spring Wildlife

Spring is the time of year when wildlife and people start bumping into each other. 

Baby wildlife: Leave them alone. Mother animals do not hang around their babies since it draws attention to them.  Babies survive by staying hidden and not moving. If an animal appears injured or in a dangerous location call Animal Control @819-6709 or the Wild Life Sanctuary @391-3671/3685.   

Trapping-Please Don’t!

trapping(even live trapping) in spring or summer creates baby animal orphans that will starve to death without their mother!   

– traps set at night often catch skunks. 

Call Animal Control at 819-6709-for methods that are more effective, more humane and less expensive. 

Remember-It is against the law and dangerous to keep wild animals if you don’t have permits, even if you plan on releasing them. For more information about rescuing wildlife or deterring their presence call the numbers above.  

Thanks. 

Monica Hoff
Pittsfield Animal Control/Humane Officer
920-819-6709

Introducing New Treasurer

With the pending retirement of Treasurer Sandy Harrig the Town is pleased to announce the hiring of her replacement.

We were pleased to have a number of well qualified applicants and from them we are pleased to introduce Kristine Decker as the newest member of the Town staff. Mrs. Decker brings a Bachelors Degree in Accounting as well as work experience in accounting firms and financial institutions to the position.

She will serve as a Deputy Treasurer under Mrs. Harrig during her training / transition period.

Please welcome her to the Town.