TOWN OF JACKSON RECYCLE DAY-JUNE 16-9AM-11AM & ROAD CLEAN-UP

The Annual Town of Jackson Recycle Day will be held on Saturday, June 16 from 9AM-11AM at Town Hall at County Roads A&C.

The following items will be accepted:

$10-refrigerators, freezers, dehumidifiers,all other refrigerant items
$5-Microwaves
$3-$50-Tires-cost depends on size of tire
$3-Cordless Tool batteries

NO CHARGE ITEMS
Toasters, countertop ovens, blenders, hot water heaters, furnaces, laptops, towers, cell phones, lead acid batteries, dishwasher, dryer, miscellaneous scrap metal

WE WILL NOT ACCEPT ANY OF THE FOLLOWING:

TV’s, watersofteners, computer monitors, furniture, plasic items

Any questions-Please call Supervisor Nancy Growe at 715-866-4589

We also ask everyone to take part in cleaning up the right-of-ways in your neighborhood. This especially needs to be done after our long winter.

Trash from the right-of-ways can be brought in trash bags to town hall on Saturday, June 16-9AM-11AM only>

Thank you in advance for taking pride in the town you live in!

 


MEMORIAL DAY SERVICES

The annual Memorial Day Service will be held on Monday, May 28 at the Jackson Cemetery on Alden Road at 11AM.
American Legion Post 403 will be hosting it. Father Mike Tupa will officiate.


Town Hall Office Hours

Please take note-The Town of Jackson Clerk will not have any regular office hours during the month of May.
If there is something you need, please call the Town Hall and leave a message.

Any other questions, please call any of the Town Board Supervisors or Board Chair.

Thank you for your patience.


Annual Town Board Meeting

The Annual Town Board Meeting will be held on Monday, April 23 at 7PM.

All resident of the Town of Jackson are encouraged to attend.


SEASONAL ROAD RESTRICTIONS

NOTICE
SEASONAL WEIGHT LIMITATIONS
Pursuant to Wisconsin Statutes §349.16, seasonal weight limitations on select
County Trunk Highways (CTH) in Burnett County will become effective at
12:01 a.m. on March 12, 2018. Adjustment to the proposed effective date may
be considered contingent upon weather conditions.
As permitted by §349.16, Burnett County hereby limits each axle
configuration to no more than four and onehalf (4.5) tons during the seasonal
weight limitation period on all CTHs in Burnett County with the following
exceptions:
CTH A, CTH B, CTH D from CTH M to STH 35, CTH G, CTH H from
STH 77 to STH 35, CTH H from CTH G to the Barron County line,
CTH K, and CTH M from CTH D to STH 70.
Vehicles actively performing highway maintenance, school buses, and vehicles
hauling bulk milk products are exempt from seasonal weight limitations on
Burnett County Trunk Highways. See §349.16 for other special exemptions.
BY ORDER OF THE BURNETT COUNTY HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER


SKYWARN SPOTTER TRAINING

Skywarn Spotter Training presented by Burnett Emergency Management and the National Weather Service will provide training to volunteers in the detection and reporting of life-threatening thunderstorms-those that contain large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes. There are 1700 Skywarn spotters across NE Minnesota and NW Wisconsin reporting to the Duluth Weather Service.

Everyone is invited to attend this FREE training and is open to the general public.

This class will be held at the Town of Jackson Fire Hall-County Roads A&C on April 17, 2018 at 6:30PM.