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EXTENDED! Job Opening – Town of Rome Public Works

JOB OPENING: TOWN OF ROME PUBLIC WORKS

The Town of Rome, Adams County WI, is seeking a full time Truck Driver / Equipment Operator to work in the Public Works Department.  You must have a minimum of a class “B” CDL and 1 year of equipment operation experience.

Qualified individuals can pick up a complete job description and application at:

Town of Rome
1156 Alpine Drive
Rome (Nekoosa), WI 54457

APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED: January 20, 2017 at 4:00 p.m.

Any questions can be directed to Jon Sonnenberg; Superintendent of Highways and Public Works.
PHONE: (715) 325-8017
EMAIL: public.works@romewi.com

The Town of Rome is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer

Accepting Resume & Cover Letter for Two (2) Public Library Trustee

TOWN OF ROME:

Accepting resume and cover letter for the following:

Two (2) Public Library Trustee starting January 2017.

General Function: Participate as a member of a team (the library board) to protect and advance the interests of the broader community by effectively governing the operations and promoting the development of the local public library.

Must be at least 18 years of age and a year-round resident of Rome.

Submit a resume and a cover letter stating why you would be an asset to the position you are applying for.  Deliver submittals to the Clerk, deadline for submittal is 4:00 pm December 7, 2016.

Donna Riemenschneider, Deputy Clerk
rome.admin@romewi.com
Town of Rome
1156 Alpine Drive
Nekoosa WI 54457

CLICK HERE to view PDF

Notice of Spring Election

Notice of Spring Election

Election Counts for Town of Rome

Trump/Pence 1174
Clinton/Kaine 719
Castle/Bradley 8
Stein/Baraka 13

US Senator

Ron Johnson 1120
Russ Feingold 755
Phillip Anderson 73

Congress District 3

Ron Kind 1185

Senator District 24

Patrick Testin 1004
Julie M Lassa 918

Representative Assembly District 72

Scott S Krug 988
David Gorski 919

Adams County District Attorney

Tania Bonnett 1303

Adams County Clerk

Cindy Phillippi 1312

Adams County Treasurer

Jani (Hazel) Zander 1311

Adams County Register of Deeds

Jodi M Helgeson 1479

Regional Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan and Bike Path Survey

North Central Regional Planning Commission

Regional Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan is Underway

 

The North Central Wisconsin Regional Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan is a region-wide effort to improve bicycling and walking across our communities. The plan will assess existing conditions related to bicycling and walking, identify other potential trail and route user groups, identify routes and describe policies and programs to assist local governments in improving bicycling and walking and promote connectivity between communities and destinations throughout north central Wisconsin. The region includes the counties of Adams, Forest, Juneau, Langlade, Lincoln, Marathon, Oneida, Portage, Vilas and Wood. The purpose of the project is to:

  • Implement the Regional Livability Plan.
  • Identify priority regional routes for safe and convenient bicycle and pedestrian travel.
  • Recommend context sensitive bicycle and pedestrian improvements to support bicycling and walking in North Central Wisconsin.
  • Build bicycle and pedestrian planning capacity in rural areas.
  • Improve livability and enhance tourism.

Visit our website at www.ncwrpc.org/bikepedplan for more information on this exciting project. This two page summary provides more information about the project.

TAKE THE SURVEY

Would you like to give your input on where the next bike path should be?
Using this interactive mapping tool you can help gain support for a bike path in the Rome / Lakes area that would provide safe travel across the highways and connect the lakes to the library, Alpine Village, and other destinations in the area.

Here is the current selected path for the Town of Rome:

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Simply click the link below, select the pink lines on the map, and click “I agree” with the path already created.
Make sure to “save” your selection.
Thank you for your participation and support!

http://wikimapping.net/wikimap/NCWRBPP.html 

 

Transfer Site Fall / Winter Hours

Transfer Site Hours starting Sunday, November 6th, will be 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

UPDATED Town of Rome Facilities Planning Study

Below are four PDF attachments for the Town of Rome Facilities Planning Study.
Please click each link to view the PDF attachment in a separate window.

The first attachment is the Town of Rome Municipal Complex Facilities Planning Study completed by SDS Architects.

Chapter 1: Overview
Chapter 2: Municipal Complex
Design Development
Seating Plan Revised

 

September Newsletter

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