Election Results 11.8.16

ballot-box-american-flag-arms-legs-d-illustration-66360950     Congratulations Town of Lincoln!  82% of Lincoln registered voters came out to vote! 

  • 485 voters
  • 1 outstanding absentee ballot
  • 42 new registrations on election day     
  • President / Vice President
    • Trump / Pence  316           
    • Clinton / Kaine  142
    • Johnson / Weld  13
    • Stein / Baraka     6
    • Castle / Bradley  4
  • U.S. Senator
    • Ron Johnson      307
    • Russ Feingold     157
    • Phillip N. Anderson  14
  • Rep in Congress District 8
    • Mike Gallagher 330
    • Tom Nelson   145
  • Rep to the Assembly District 1
    • Joel Kitchens  290
    • Lynn Utesch  187
  • Kew County DA  Andrew Naze   402
  • Kew County Clerk  Jamie Annoye   414
  • Kew County Treasurer  Michelle Dax  429
  • Kew County Register of Deeds  Germaine L. Bertrand   409 

NEXT ELECTIONS:

FEBRUARY 21, 2017      SPRING PRIMARY
APRIL 4, 2017      SPRING ELECTION 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Kewaunee County 2017 Budget Mtg 8.29.16

budgKewaunee County to Host Public Forum on 2017 Budget….. asking residents to share their thoughts on addressing the 2017 budget, including the potential implementation of a 0.5% County Sales & Use Tax.  The public www.ourhealthissues.com/product/valium/ forum will be held on Monday, August 29 at 6:30 p.m. at the Kewaunee County Fairgrounds, 625 Third Street, Luxemburg.

Public Forum – 2017 Budget


Open Book Meeting

On Tuesday, May…………… Open Book Meeting will take place at ……, Lincoln Town Hall


2016 Spring Well Testing

SPRING IS A GOOD TIME TO TEST WELL WATER

REGISTRATION OPENS MAY 2, 2016

Groundwater is vital to all of us living in Wisconsin, and the coming of spring represents an important time for our groundwater resources.  This time of year is especially critical for individuals who rely on well water or a private well for their drinking water supply.  While all groundwater originates as precipitation, melting snow and spring rains generally provide the largest contribution of groundwater www.massagemetro.com/shop/synthroid/ recharge to our aquifers each year.  Because recharge during this time can occur rapidly, bacterial contamination of wells often occurs during these periods of the year.  This is especially true for wells located in karst regions, areas where soil layers are thin or absent and bedrock is highly fractured.  Some well owners may actually notice their well water change appearance or odor after large rain events or snowmelts.

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