Re-construction on Uphill Drive and Silver Bow Lane will be starting around the week May 23rd.
The road will be pulverized, base added, repaved and shouldering. Notifications to individual property owners are handled through the contractor. If you have questions please reach out to the Town Engineer, Paul Willis at (920) 593-6854.
Please be aware of changes for absentee ballot delivery in the Town (as per state law). Review the below letter from the Clerk for complete details, but in Summary:
Mail in your absentee ballot to the Clerk
PERSONALLY drop off your ballot to the Clerk (you CANNOT drop off someone else’s ballot)
Pittsfield does NOT have a drop box so use method 1 or 2.
To Pittsfield Voters,
I want to clarify recent changes to (1) continue using unstaffed drop boxes to collect absentee ballots in the April 5, 2022, general election, and (2) accept voted absentee ballots from someone other than the elector who voted the ballot or an agent specifically authorized by law to deliver the ballot on behalf of the elector.
(1) “[A]n elector must personally mail or deliver his or herown absentee ballot, except where the law explicitly authorizes an agent to act on an elector’s behalf”;
(2) “[T]he only lawful methods for casting an absentee ballot pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 6.87(4)(b)1. are for the elector to place the envelope containing the ballot in the mail or for the elector to deliver the ballot in person to the municipal clerk”;
(3) “[T]he use of drop boxes . . . is not permitted under Wisconsin law unless the drop box is staffed by the clerkand located at the office of the clerk
In sum, this means there are only three methods of returning a voted absentee ballot that are consistent with the court’s judgment: the elector may (1) mail it, (2) return it to the clerk at the clerk’s office or at an alternate site used for in-person absentee voting, or (3) deposit it in a staffed drop box that complies with the court’s order. No other method can comply with this order.
That is to say, no one other than the elector himself or herself may return a voted absentee ballot unless the law specifically authorizes someone else to return the ballot on the elector’s behalf. Those authorized by law to return a ballot on behalf of an elector are limited to postal employees in the course of their official duties, special voting deputies (Wis. Stat. § 6.875), and agents of hospitalized electors (Wis. Stat. § 6.86(3)).
Please let me know if you have any further questions 920-676-1517
As the Town plans for growth, the Town Board and Planning committee is preparing documents for developers to give guidance for the character and design of the community for the next 10 – 20 years.
Attached is a link to the Town of Pittsfield Visual Preference Survey (estimated under 10 minutes to complete). It is a planning and public participation tool that uses images to allow participants (citizens and decisionmakers) to determine preferences for future direction.
The survey presents images containing various types of development patterns, residential and commercial development, architectural styles, transportation infrastructure, and landscape characteristics.
Pittsfield is requesting information/presentations from vendors on how to improve High Speed Internet within the Town of Pittsfield. The scope and details are noted in the attached document. The Pittsfield Town Board has set aside four, one hour closed door presentation sessions. Each interested vendor will be allowed one half (1/2) hour to present their options, and a 15 minute question and answer session will follow the presentation.
These are public meetings and subject to public records law.
A written version of the presentation must be shared PRIOR to the presentation. If the written proposal is complete, presentations will be scheduled on a first come, first to present order.
If all available presentation slots are used, or the vendor cannot present on April 27th the board may elect to have additional dates.
Virtual Presentations are permitted.
Responses are due by April 8th.
Responses received after April 8th may still be considered.