Fall Newsletter 2020

Here is fall newsletter that is also being inserted into the utility bills for September 2020.  

Absentee voting–November 3, 2020

Most registered voters statewide may be receiving a mailing from the State Elections Board instructing you how to cast your vote.  Your options are 1-in person, 2- in person absentee by appt and 3- absentee voting by mail.  The mailing includes instructions on how to get to the MyVoteWisconsin website and request your absentee ballot.  If you are not registered, that is the first step in the process.  All can be accomplished on line!

The mailing also inludes a paper absentee application that can be sent to the state in the postage paid envelope or it may be returned to the local clerk.  If you have any questions, please contact me at village clerk’s office–715-678-2191.  Jan Tischendorf–Clerk


We will get through this!!!  Stay healthy! 


Note–if you have an application on file for 2020 you will need to reapply for absentee voting again after New Years–unless you are an indefinitely confined voter who has kept up their indefinitely confined status. 

Help Wanted-Recycle Attendant

Help Wanted for Recycling/Garbage Collection–Need a few people!  A great little part time for some extra cash in yor pocket!  Attendants are paid the first of the month.

Taylor county Clean Sweep Tues Sept 1

Taylor co is hosting a Clean Sweep on Tues Sept 1.  Copies of this poster are at the Recycle center, Jack’s Auto, Stetsonville Oil, Niemuth Implement and the village hall.  

New Voting Machines

The village along with many other muncipalities in Taylor County will be using the DS 200 voting machines along with Express Vote.  I believe it is very user friendly.  There are two options to vote–1. on the Express vote and a card is ejected to you to view before you place it into the counting machine. and 2–cardboard paper ballot that is fed into the machine that is pre-printed with all of the candidates on it. 

Partisan Primary- Tues., Aug 12, 2020 from 7 am to 8 pm.  A good soft learning process for the new machinery!


Clerk’s office hours

My usual office hours are 8:30 am to 2:00 pm but I have been dealing with medical issues since 5/13. I may not be in office at all posted times due to dr appts, and general fatigue!  Hope to be back in full swing by July!!!  Thank you for your understanding.  Jan Tischendorf, Clerk/Treasurer

Lawns less than 6″

Ordinance requires that your grass and weeds be clipped less than 6″.  If you do not, the village will cut for you and assess the cost of mowing/trimming to your taxes as a special assessment on your property taxes.  Keep our village neat and clean!!!

Village Wide Garage Sales changed to wk of July 16-17

with the Covid pandemic, the village wide garage sales will be held instead the week of July 16-17.  Please contact the village clerk’s office at 715-678-2191 if you wish to participate in the sale and be included in the Advertisement.