Questions regarding the nature of the agenda items or more detail on the agenda items listed above scheduled to be considered by the governmental body listed above can be directed to Colleen Huberty, Town Clerk at 920-823-8136 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
It is possible that members of and possibly a quorum of members of other governmental bodies of the municipality may be in attendance at the above-stated meeting to gather information; no action will be taken by any governmental body at the above-stated meeting other than the governmental body specifically referred to above in this notice. Upon reasonable notice, a good faith effort will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through sign language interpreters or other auxiliary aid at no cost to the individual to participate in public meetings. Due to the difficulty in finding interpreters, requests should be made as far in advance as possible preferably a minimum of 48 hours. For additional information or to request this service, contact the Town Clerk at 920-823-8136, or by writing to the Town Clerk at the Town Offices, 3365 County Road V, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. Copies of reports and other supporting documentation are available for review at the Town Offices during scheduled office hours or by appointment.
Press Release: UW Oshkosh Seeks Door County Private Well Owners This Fall for Continuation of Groundwater Monitoring Program August 24, 2023:
Door County residents with private wells are invited to participate in a groundwater study this fall. Well owners are asked to RSVP online at https://uwo.sh/doorco-wellsfall23
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh has been offering discounted well water quality testing through this program since 2019. The goal of this program is to provide education about the importance of testing your well water as well as build a database of groundwater quality data in Door County. Understanding that clean drinking water is vital to the health and economy of the county, UW Oshkosh hopes that data collected as part of this program will help everyone better understand groundwater quality in Door County. The testing parameters included in the study are bacteria (Total coliforms/E. coli (quantification)) and Nitrate for a discounted cost of $30 for the first 300 registrants. Participants will also have the option to add Arsenic and Cumulative tests (pH, hardness, alkalinity and iron) for an additional $25.
How it works: • RSVP using the link or QR code provided by Sept. 22nd • Receive sampling kit in mail • Attend a virtual forum to learn how to collect samples • Return your kit October 6th or 7th at designated drop-off locations • Receive your results & countywide results summary This program is a cooperative effort between the University of WI Oshkosh and Door County, with funding provided by Door County Public Health and Door County Soil & Water Conservation Department.
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