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Town of Sharon Bulletin Board
ANNUAL MEETING ORDER OF BUSINESS
TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 2021 AT 6:00PM
AT THE TOWN OF SHARON HALL
6704 STATE HWY 66 CUSTER, WI 54423
Call meeting to order
Pledge of Allegiance
Notice of meeting
Approval of April 21, 2020 Annual meeting minutes (motion from floor for approval)
2020 Annual Financial Report
Any question on handouts
Open meeting for public comments, questions and motions - 3 minutes maximum
Approval for next annual meeting - Third Tuesday – April 19, 2022 (motion from floor for approval)
Adjournment (motion from floor)
Lori Printz Clerk/Treasurer
Free Nitrite Screening - June 9 - See more information
NOTICE OF MEETING TO ADJOURN BOARD OF REVIEW TO LATER DATE
The Board of Review of the Town of Sharon, Portage County, WI will meet on May 11, 2021 at 6:20 PM at the Town of Sharon hall 6704 State Highway 66 Custer, WI 54423 for the purpose of calling the Board of Review into session during the 30-day period beginning on the 2nd Monday of May, pursuant to s. 70.47(1), Wis. Stats.
Due to the fact that the assessment roll is not completed at this time, it is anticipated that the Board of Review will be adjourned until October 25, 2021 at 6:00 P.M.
Pursuant to Sec.70.45 of Wis. Stats the assessment roll for the year 2021 assessment will be open for examination on the 18th day of October from 5 PM - 7 PM. Instructional material about the assessment and board of review procedures will be available at that time for information on how to file an objection and the board of review procedures under Wisconsin Law.
Notice is hereby given this 19th day of April, 2021
Lori Printz, Clerk/Treasurer
2021 Revaluation Notice
This is notification that our town assessor will begin a revaluation of property assessments in the Town of Sharon. It shall occur for the 2021 assessment year. State law (sec. 70.05(5)(b), Wis.Stats.) provides that before a town assessor conducts a property revaluation, the town must publish a notice stating a revaluation will occur. The approximate dates of the revaluation notices being sent to property owners is expected to begin inspection work from fall of 2020 thru the summer of 2021. Postcards will be mailed to property owners with an approximate time that the Assessor will be visiting the property.
Please also notice that the Assessor has certain statutory authority to enter land as described in state law (secs. 943.13 and 943.15, Wis.Stats.).
October 12, 2020
Town of Sharon, Portage County, WI
Sharon is a town in Portage County, Wisconsin. The population as of January 1, 2020 for Town of Sharon is 2078. This makes Sharon the county's 5th most populous community. The unincorporated communities of Ellis, North Star and Polonia are located within the town. Sharon is the second largest town (out of 17 towns) in Portage County in terms of geographic size, encompassing an area of approximately 41,488 acres or 64.9 miles of which 64.3 square miles of it is land and .6 square miles (or 384 acres) is water.
The Town of Sharon is located on the northern edge of Portage County and is bordered on the north by Marathon County, on the south by the Town of Stockton, on the east by the Towns of New Hope and Alban, and on the west by the Towns of Hull and Dewey.
Up until 1960, the Town of Sharon was a typical rural agriculture-based community with a steadily declining population, due mostly to the changes in agriculture economy. Thus, the decade of the 1960's marked the end of the Town of Sharon's declining population and the beginning of a growth period that continues today.
The region was first wooded and attracted lumbermen. When it was cleared of trees, it became farmland. Among the pioneer settlers were Irish and German Catholics who set down roots where Ellis is today. In 1857, the first Polish family settled in this area, creating the first Polish rural settlement in the State and the second in the United States. Coming along with these Polish emigrants was their respect of the land, religion, family and an ethic of hard work.
Polonia was named by a Polish priest when he established a new Catholic church east of Ellis. By the 1900's at least 10,000 people, more than one-third of the Portage County population were of Polish descent. Polish Americans continued the legacy given by their ancestors. This legacy is also evident by the dedication of Highway 66 as the Polish Heritage Highway.
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