Due to the Primary Election, the Board of Review Meeting and the Regular Town Board Meeting will be held next door at the Recreation/Community Builiding on Tuesday, August 14th.
Change of Location!
Congratulations to our new Town Public Works Crew member Jeremy Arnold.
Jeremy will be responsible for (among other things!) building maintenance and repairs, mowing all of the town grassy areas, plowing and some shoveling in the winter months and other duties as requested by the Town Board. If you see Jeremy working around town, please say "Hello" and welcome him to the Town Crew!
Full-Time Job Opening!
The Town of Plum Lake is accepting applications for employment for a full-time Public Works Crew Member. You will find an application, a job description and the job posting under "Town Business" and then under "Forms". Applications must be submitted to the Town Office by 4:00 PM on Tuesday, June 19. If you have any questions or want to pick up the documents at the Town Office, you can also do that. I can also send them to you via e-mail or fax. I am generally in the office weekdays from Noon to 4 pm.
Notice Fire Dept Pick-Up For Sales (Bids)
Town of Plum Lake
For Sale by Sealed Bid
2006 Chevrolet 3500 Silverado
4491 KG (9900 LB) GVWR
Vortec 8100 V8 Gas Engine
Vehicle is being used until sold. Vehicle to be sold “AS IS”
Additional information on the vehicle is available from the Town Clerk’s Office.
Vehicle available immediately upon payment of winning bid.
Vehicle may be viewed by contacting the Town Clerk at 715-542-4531
Sealed bids will be accepted until 4:00 PM on May 29th, 2018
Bids may be mailed to: Town of Plum Lake, PO Box 280, Sayner, WI 54560
or dropped off at the Town Hall at 8755 Lake Street, Sayner, WI.
Please note “Truck Bid” on the outside of the sealed envelope.
Reserve of $13,500.00 must be met before any offer is accepted.
Please check out our posting for a part-time job opening under "Recent Town Documents"!!
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING FOR TOWN OF PLUM LAKE
Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, April 17, 2018, The Annual Town Meeting for the Town of Plum Lake will convene at 6:00 pm at the Town Hall in Sayner for the purpose of conducting business in accordance with Wisconsin Statutes 60.10. You can find a copy of the 2017 Financial Report under "Town Business" and then "Budget".
(The Regular Town Board meeting for April will immediately follow this meeting.)
Informational Meeting on ATV Use
Notice of Informational Meeting January 16, 2018 Sayner Community Bldg 6:00 PM
The Town Board will be holding a "listening session" to allow residents and property owners in the Town of Plum Lake to voice their opinions regarding permission for ATV/UTV's to use selected routes into the business area and to travel through Sayner to continue on to other areas. Maps of the proposed routes are available in the Town Office. Written comments will be accepted prior to the meeting and for a two week period after the meeting. PO Box 280, Sayner, WI 54560 or email email@example.com
Vehicles for Sale !
Please check out our town vehicles up for sale under "Recent Town Documents".
2002 Sterling Service Truck and 2008 MEDTEC Ambulance
Correction to Time of Budget Meeting
The Budget Meeting scheduled for Thursday, October 12th will begin at 6:00 pm rather than 6:30 pm.
Resolution & Order Denying Lake Petition
The Town Board of the Town of Plum Lake, Vilas County, Wisconsin, by this resolution, adopted by a majority of the Town Board on a roll call vote with a quorum present and voting and proper notice having been given, resolves and orders as follows:
Pursuant to Wisconsin Statutes, a Petition was filed by landowners in the Town of Plum Lake requesting that a Public Inland Lake District be established for Plum Lake, a public inland lake located entirely within the Town of Plum Lake. The proposed name for the District was The Plum Lake District. Pursuant to the findings of the Town Board, stated below, the Petition is hereby denied.
The Town Board, after consideration of the testimony at the public hearing, all written correspondence received by the Board, both before and since the hearing in accordance with the procedure established by the Board and any other evidence submitted to the Board, has found all of the following:
1. The proposed lake district is not necessary.
2. The public health, comfort, convenience, necessity, or public welfare will not be promoted by the establishment of the district.
3. The real property proposed to be included in the lake district will not be benefited by the establishment of the lake district.
In consideration of the foregoing findings, the Petition requesting that a Plum Lake District be established in the town of Plum Lake is hereby denied.
The Town Clerk shall properly post or publish this Resolution as required by Section 60.80, Wis. Stats.
Adopted this 12th day of September, 2017
Request for Bids - Road Work
The Town of Plum Lake is embarking on a town-wide lake management plan for its major lakes. This plan will establish a base line of general conditions, water quality and habitat conditions. It will also qualify the lakes and the town for other grants in the future.
The kick-off meeting for Phase I of this significant three-phase plan will take place at the Community Building adjacent to the Plum Lake Town Hall in Sayner (8755 Lake St.) on Saturday, July 8, 2017 at 8:30 A.M. This meeting will be in conjunction with the annual meetings of both Plum Lake Association and Star/Little Star Lake Association.
Town of Plum Lake residents are welcome and encouraged to attend. Financial credit for in-kind service is awarded for attendance at this meeting.
2 Weeks Allowed to Submit Written Comments
At the Public Hearing to consider a petition to establish Plum Lake District that was held on Thursday, 6/15, the Town Board stated that they will allow written submissions on this subject - in favor of or against forming the district - for a two week period. If you would like additional information on the proposal to form the Plum Lake District, please contact Clerk Brooker via email or telephone.
Road Limits Lifted
Road limits have now been lifted for roads in the Town of Plum Lake.