NOTICE CONCERNING SNOW
AND ICE REMOVAL FROM SIDEWALKS
Sec. 70.104. Depositing snow removal. “It shall be unlawful for any person to push or deposit snow, or cause snow to be pushed or deposited from his own personal driveway or parking area into the public streets and/or right-of-way so as to cause a nuisance or obstruction. The village may cause such deposits of snow to be removed from the street, and the cost of such removal shall be charged to the property owner.”
Sec. 70.112. Cleaning of sidewalks. “The owner of property or the party in possession of the property abutting on any sidewalk shall, without notice and at all times, keep such abutting sidewalk clean and free from debris, dirt, sweepings, obstructions and clear of snow and ice and shall not deposit or place any sweepings or debris or other foreign matter upon the sidewalk, or in the street. Snow and ice shall be removed within 48 hours. If any owner shall fail or neglect to keep any sidewalk free of debris, dirt, sweepings, obstructions, snow or ice, the Village may proceed to clear such sidewalk and shall charge the expense, as defined by the Village Board in the village schedule of fees, thereof as a special tax against the premises to be collected as other taxes on real estate. The Village may, but shall not be required to, give notice to the owners of the property before providing for the Village to clear such walks.”
The Village will be responsible for clearing sidewalks, walkways, driveways, and parking lots around Village-owned and maintained buildings and properties. The Village will also be responsible for clearing the sidewalks of the three major 4-lane arterials (main thoroughfares) that run through the Village: Camp Phillips Road, Business Highway 51, and Schofield Avenue; the Ross Avenue Round-a-bout sidewalks and all multi-use paths within the Village. All other sidewalks of the Village, not listed above, will be the responsibility of the property owners of a building or lot.
Pursuant to Wisconsin Statutes 66.0907(5), the Village may also impose a fine or penalty for neglecting to keep sidewalks clear of snow and ice.
VILLAGE OF WESTON
Loren White, President
Village of Weston
Notice of Public Hearings
REZN-2-14-1423 – Allen and Kathy Autio, 9003 Buska Street, Weston, and David Marcell, 3102 Shorey Avenue, Weston, requesting a rezone from R-R (Rural Residential) Zoning District to R1 (Residential Single Family) Zoning District, to allow for 1 acre of land, zoned RR, to be combined to 3102 Shorey Avenue, which is currently zoned R1. The 1-acre property to be rezoned is described as: That part of the Southeast 1/4 of the Southwest 1/4, of Section 29, Township 28 North, Range 8 East, in the Village of Weston, Marathon County, Wisconsin, more particularly described as follows:
One acre of land (being split from Lot 2 of Certified Survey Map #14255, Volume 63, Page, 82) beginning at the northwest corner of Lot 1, of Certified Survey Map #8575, Volume 33, Page 143 (also described as 3102 Shorey Avenue, consisting of 1.248 acres or 54,361 sq. ft.), running west 18.36 feet along, then north 194.23’, then east 226.42’, then south 194.14’, then west 226.42’, to the point of beginning. This one acre of land is to be combined with 3102 Shorey Avenue.
Individual application materials are available on the Village of Weston website, located at: http://westonwi.gov/421/Public-Hearing-Notices. Written testimony may be forwarded to the Village of Weston Plan Commission, Valerie Parker, Plan Commission Secretary, 5500 Schofield Avenue, Weston, WI 54476, or e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, by noon on the day of the public hearing. All interested persons will be given an opportunity to be heard. Any person with questions or planning to attend needing special accommodations in order to participate should call Valerie Parker, Administrative Specialist, Planning and Development Department, at 715-241-2607.
Dated this 18th day of February, 2014
Sherry L. Weinkauf
Published as a legal ad in the Wausau Daily Herald on Monday, February 24, 2014, and Monday, March 3, 2014.
VILLAGE OF WESTON
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held before the Village of Weston Plan Commission on Monday, March 10, 2014, at 6:00 p.m., to consider an ordinance to amend Section 94.174 Zoning district numerical regulations.
Beginning February 25, 2014, the proposed ordinance changes will be available for public inspection in the office of the Village Clerk. The new ordinances are also available on the Village of Weston website located at http://westonwi.gov/421/Public-Hearing-Notices.
Written testimony may be forwarded to the Village of Weston Plan Commission, Valerie Parker, Plan Commission Secretary, 5500 Schofield Avenue, Weston, WI 54476, or e-mailed to email@example.com, by noon on the day of the public hearing. All interested persons will be given an opportunity to be heard. Any person with questions or planning to attend needing special accommodations in order to participate should call Valerie Parker, Administrative Specialist, Planning and Development Department, at 715-241-2607.
Dated this 24th day of February, 2014
Sherry L. Weinkauf
Published as a legal ad in the Wausau Daily Herald on Tuesday, February 25, 2014, and Monday, March 3, 2014.
THE VILLAGE OF WESTON
Village of Weston receives Recycling Excellent Award from the Wisconsin Department of Natural
Weston – The Village of Weston was recently awarded a 2012 Recycling Excellence Award from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR). The Recycling Excellence Award is given to a community with the most improved recycling rate over the previous year (2012 versus 2011). This new DNR pilot program recognized 50 local governments and the Ho-Chunk Nation for their superior recycling efforts in Wisconsin.
The agency’s “Recycling Excellence Awards” pilot focuses on towns, villages, cities, counties and tribes in the west and south central parts of the state, with the goal of encouraging and rewarding communities doing great recycling work while driving friendly competition to improve their programs.
The Wisconsin DNR handed out awards to 29 local governments in the south central part of the state, 21 in the west central area and one to the Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin. The majority of the awards were based on 2012 annual reporting data.
A list of all the pilot program award recipients and details of each award can be viewed by visiting dnr.wi.gov and searching "Recycling Excellence Awards.
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