Town Hall (920) 696-3073
TOWN OF CLYMAN NEWSLETTER
The Annual Meeting for the Town of Clyman was
held on April 13th at the Town Hall.
There were 24 attendees. Following is a brief
description of this meeting.
A full copy of the minutes can be found online
@ townofclyman.org or by contacting the Town
Annual Financial Statement
Sandy Thoma, Town Treasurer, explained the
Annual Financial Statement for 2009. This was
done using Budget vs. Actual. Sandy read the
report. Questions were asked about the difference
in some expenses vs. what had been budgeted.
It was explained that the attorney fees were
under budgeted due to the conflicts between
ULWR and the Town. This is still ongoing as
The following donations will be made again
* $200 to the boys/girls baseball teams. There
has been discussion that the teams would combine
into one team this year. If you know anyone
interested in joining contact Isaac Downfield
* $100 to the Senior Citizens
* $150 to help pay for Santa's visit. Santa
does not accept payment for his visit but asks
that each boy/girl bring in a non-perishable
food item for the needy. Santa's visit is usually
the first Saturday in December.
* $200 donation made for swimming lessons for
area children. Lessons will be offered July
26th thru August 5th. Please contact Town Clerk
if interested in signing up.
Gentle Healer Veterinary Clinic administered
Rabies vaccines in December. We hope to hold
another clinic this coming December. Further
publishing's will be posted later in the year.
If you have not obtained your dog license please
contact the Town Clerk at 920-696-3073 or the
Town Treasurer at 920-696-3076. A dog license
will help avoid fees if your dog becomes lost.
HIGHWAY 26 EXPANSION
The DOT will be making Hwy 26 four lanes from
Cty Tk Q to Hwy 60 East starting in 2013. 6
houses will be raised or moved in the Town of
Clyman along this corridor beginning this summer.
A DOT map is located at the Town Hall if anyone
would like to review the changes. If you have
any questions regarding this project contact
the Town Chairman, Dave Blank or the Town Clerk,
You are asked to contact the Dodge County Sheriff's
Dept. at the non-emergency number (920) 386-4860,
the Town Chairman, or the Fire Chief if you
will be doing a controlled burn. The reason
this is asked is because in this age of cell
phones passing motorists are calling in fires/smoke
seen from the highway and causing additional
unnecessary expenses to the town. If you call
the information as to where you will be burning
it will save an unwanted Fire Call.
There will be a dumpster day May 1st from 7:30
to 11:30 at the Village Garage. A second day
will be held later in the year. If you plan
on dropping off appliances that contain Freon
you will have to bring certification that the
Freon has been removed. Tires will also be collected
at a cost of $3/tire with cost being adjusted
for larger tires.
Re-Valuation of Town Residents
The Town will be re-assessed this year. It
is in your best interest to allow the assessor
into your home. If access is not granted the
assessor will only be able to guess what features
your home has and there is a good chance he/she
will guess incorrectly. The Assessor is Equity
Appraisal. You should be receiving postcards
to set up appointments in the next few months.
Town Clerk position
There was discussion about making the Clerk
position an appointed/hired position. There
was a motion for putting this question to referendum
in September. Following are a list of reasons
why this was suggested.
* If the Board were completely voted out of
office the “new” Board would still
have someone hired as a town employee who would
be knowledgeable about the business in the town.
* The requirements of this position have evolved
to being equivalent to an Executive Secretary.
* Fair pay for work required. The Clerk currently
works approximately 25-40 hrs/wk and attends
all meetings regarding town business.
The next Annual Meeting will be held in April
12, 2011 at 7:30 PM