It’s about Land

The Town recently sent out a letter to our residents advising landowners of the aggressive annexation/control steps that the Village of Howard is taking towards the Township.

Some of the responses have been “Yeah, that’s not happening for years”.

Well, it is happening now!

On Monday February 27th the Village filed a petition seeking the Town’s permission to spend around a million dollars to run a water line to the one residence that the Village purchased inside of the Township.

The Town Board moved on Wednesday March 1st to reject this aggressive maneuver. You can see by following the links below both the Village of Howard’s notice and the Town’s response as well as our resident letter.

This will severely affect the future of the Town and the Board is doing what its citizens have told us to do, which is fight for the Town’s survival.

Supervisor Mike Bodart stated that “this is like the TV series Yellowstone, they’re coming for our land.”

“It’s the one constant in life. You build something worth having, someone’s gonna try to take it.” — John Dutton III Yellowstone


Public Works Employee Opening

Employee will be responsible for a variety of construction and maintenance items within the Town and for performing manual labor activities as needed and/or required by the Town/Town Board.

See the Job Description at the following link:

Interested parties should fill out the application found at the below link or you may inquire at the Town Offices for a copy:

Applications must be mailed to or dropped off at the Town Offices marked “Attention Town Chair” prior to the end of business on February 3rd, 2023

Questions regarding the position may be directed to the Town Chair at:

Pittsfield will be a GIG Town

The Town has entered into a contract with NSIGHT teleservices to extend fiber optic access to every residence in the Township.

Using largely Federal ARPA grant money, the town and Nsight have agreed to extend high speed internet access to all existing residences. Nsight will also continue to extend to developments and new homes as they come into the Town.

With this infrastructure truly high-speed internet will be available to all homes and businesses with minimum average speed of 100 Mbps down and 25 Mbps up and the options for gigabyte download and upload speeds.

Main lines will go in during the summer of 2023 with home connections in 2024.

Water Update Meeting

The Town Board will hold an informational meeting on Dec. 13th at 7 pm at the Community Center to discuss the Pulaski Water Line that will be running through the Town. There will be information relating to the line and the steps the Town has taken to possibly become a water partner with Pulaski.

Internet Speed on the Listed Roads

Do you live on the below listed roads or in the pink or yellow areas on the map?

The Town NEEDS you to test internet speeds in these areas from a computer not a smartphone or cellular access point.

Please use the below link and run a test if you are in these areas.


• County Road C,

• County Road U,

• Meadow Dr,

• Maple Dr.,

• Glendale,

• Cottonwood,

• Old 29
• Glenfield Dr

• Redwood Drive

• Brown county line road
• S ST Augustine Dr,

• Hwy 32,

• Quarry

• and Town Hall