The Town of Rome is accepting letters of interest and resumes to fill a vacant position on the Plan Commission for a term that expires on May 1, 2025.
- Must be at least 18 years of age.
- Town of Rome resident.
If you are interested in applying for this position please submit a citizen committee member application, letter of interest and resume to the Town of Rome Administrator by 12:00 pm on September 30, 2022.
Citizen committee member applications can also be picked up at the Rome Town Hall, 1156 Alpine Drive, Nekoosa WI.
If you would like more information please contact the Town of Rome Administrator, Jami Gebert at 715-325-8025 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Town of Rome
Amy Reuteman, Clerk/Treasurer
1156 Alpine Drive
Nekoosa, WI 54457
Do you have an idea for a community improvement, potential equipment addition or an assistance need – whether residential or business related – the newly formed Grants Sub-Committee wants to know. Please see the attached flyer for additional details.
June 24, 2022
For more information, contact: Brad Martinson, Town of Rome Public Works Director, 715-325-8017, email@example.com
Public involvement for Apache Ave Pavement Replacement project from 8th Ave to 10th Ave, Town of Rome, Adams County
The proposed improvement being considered is a pavement replacement level improvement consisting of pulverizing of the existing asphalt pavement and resurfacing with 3.5” asphaltic pavement. The roadway will be closed to through traffic with an access to the affected properties. Access to adjacent properties and for first responders will be maintained during construction. Brief interruptions in access may occur temporarily at driveways. The contractor will be required to notify homeowners prior to construction.
The improvement project is scheduled for 2023 construction.
The public is encouraged to provide input and ask questions concerning this project.
Please see the attached flyer for how to obtain your 2022 camping permit!
AMENDMENTS TO TOWN CODE
At its June 17, 2021 meeting, the Town Board approved amendments to the Town’s Zoning ordinance regulating camping in the Town. The following provides a brief explanation of the changes:
First, there were no changes made to camping regulations within Lake District (LD) Zoning. Camping regulations remain the same for Lake District-zoned parcels.
Second, camping regulations were extended for all other zoning districts which allow camping in the Town. These include R-1, R-1C, R-2, R-4, R-5 and FR zoning districts. Within those districts, going forward, any parcel will need to abide by the camping regulations found in Town Code Sec. 360-9C in addition to the applicable district’s existing use regulations related to number of camping units. Campers will need to purchase an annual camping permit for $25 and the camping season of April 14 to November 30 will apply to the properties. Off-season camping is allowed with a $10 permit for no more than two occurrences for a cumulative total of no more than 21 days during the off-season of December 1 through April 13. Additional guest camping units are permitted with a $20/per unit guest camping permit. Permits must be displayed below the address sign. Additionally, campers will have to meet the water/septic requirements as outlined in Town Code Sec. 360-9C. Lawfully existing camping units as of the effective date of the ordinance amendments may be considered a nonconforming use for camping season and Town water/septic requirements.
We appreciate your cooperation as we share these amendments to the Zoning ordinance with the community. As a reminder, camping permits are available at Town Hall and at Pritzl’s Trading Post (at the customer service/post office desk). If there are questions, please feel free to contact the Town.