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TOWN OF EXETER RESIDENTS
SNOW REMOVAL RULES
PUSHING SNOW OR OTHER MATERIALS ONTO TOWN ROADS
Please be aware that PUSHING SNOW OR OTHER MATERIALS ONTO OR ACROSS HIGHWAYS/ROADS IS ILLEGAL.
Performing these activities can lead to accidents resulting in property damage, bodily injury and even death.
These activities are prohibited by Wisconsin State Law Statutes 86.01, 86.07 (2), 346.94 (5) and 941.01.
Please follow these statutes in order to avoid penalty and liability as well as to help keep highway travel safe for everyone.
When you clear your driveway deposit the snow to the left or the right of your drive or cleanly across the road.
DO NOT LEAVE ANY SNOW IN THE ROAD OR TOWN RIGHT OF WAY.
If you are found pushing snow onto public roadway you may be fined $50 per occurrence.
The Green County Sheriff’s Department will be working with the Town of Exeter to enforce this law.
Contact Information: Green County Treasurer
1016 16th Ave
Monroe WI 53566
Main Contact: Sherri Hawkins, Treasurer
Hours of operation: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Monday – Friday
November 1, 2014 - October 31, 2015 the office is closed on November 27 - 28, December 24 and 25, January 1, April 3, May 25, July 3, and September 7.
Green County currently contracts to collect the First Installment of Property Tax Payments for the Towns of Albany, Brooklyn, Exeter, Monroe, New Glarus and Spring Grove and the Villages of Monticello and New Glarus. All other municipalities collect the first installment. The County collects second installments and delinquent taxes for all Municipalities.
Tax bills will be available as soon they have been released to be printed by the Municipal Clerk on the county website (www.co.green.wi.gov under quick links click on Land Records System).
A guide to maneuver through the website is available as indicated above. You will have the ability to print a current copy of the tax bill; check tax payment information (from December – February 7 you will only see current year tax payments for those municipalities collected by the County), verify delinquent taxes, calculate payoff information, check assessed values etc… We can not mail the original tax bill to anyone other than the owner of record unless the owner writes a letter to the Treasurer’s office requesting that the tax bill be sent to someone else. If you chose not to use the website there is a $1.00 per parcel charge if you request tax amounts, delinquent tax information or a copy of the tax bill. The request will not be released prior to receiving payment.
Postponed notices are sent out mid June. The second installment of taxes is due by July 31.
We will accept memo bills and do not charge for payments submitted this way. Checks will be accepted for multiple parcels as long as documentation is provided indicating the parcel number, owners name and amount to be applied for each parcel. If we receive duplicate payments we generally refund the property owner. We accept the postmark for processing tax payments.
We can normally provide the current tax roll any time after December 16, and a posted tax roll anytime after February 28 with the file format information for the cost of $90.00. For second installment or payment information this can be provided as of March 1 also at a cost of $90.00. Once we receive a written request along with payment we will mail a cd or email if possible.
Please contact the Treasurer’s office if you have any further questions.
|Extracted from the "History of Green County, Wisconsin" published by Union Publishing Company, Springfield, Ill. 1884; page 887:|
|Congressional township 4 north, range 8 east, of the fourth principal meridian, comprises the civil town, Exeter. It is bounded on the north by Dane county, on the east by the town of Brooklyn, on the south be the town of Mt Pleasant, and on the west by New Glarus. The town was organized in 1849.|
|The first man to make permanent settlement in this town and the county was William DEVIESE, coming in 1828. Other settlers who soon joined him were: John DOUGHTERY, Hollis CROCKER, Pierce BRADLEY, James SLATER, James HAWTHORNE,and Edward D. BEOCHARD.|
|The first birth was that of Louisa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William WALLACE born 07 Aug 1830.|
|The first marriages were John CAMPBELL to Elizabeth DURGIN in 1843 and shortly after Dr. STEARNS married Charlotte DURGIN.|
The first death of a white man was that of the miner BONER who was killed by McNUTT in 1828.
We are a diversified community blending rural residential lifestyle with active agricultural production. Estimated current population is 1,857 as of January 1, 2009.
It is our intention for the Web Site to be of a service to you and to help you know what is going on in the Town Government so that you may be a part of that. We also hope that this site will be a source of information and forms to help you access things better. We welcome your input and ideas.
Be sure to check out the Frequently Asked Questions tab for answers to your most asked questions!
It is very easy for people to obtain test kits through our office. They can either pick up a test kit in person at our office near the Dane County Airport at the address listed below or simply send a check for the number of kits they would like.
South Central Radon Information Center
Public Health - Madison & Dane County
2701 International Lane, Suite 204
Madison WI 53704
We have Do-it-yourself short term test kits for $10.00 each, which includes lab fees, (check is made out to Madison City Treasurer though you do have to pay minimal postage). The kits are easy to use and accurate. One kit is generally enough for an initial test (they are not reusable).
Simply send check to address below:
Public Health Madison & Dane County
Attn: Radon Test Kits
2701 International Lane, Suite 204
Madison WI 53704
The kit will be accompanied by a letter outlining placement and procedure. If you're spending 7 or more hours a week in the basement level where your family room is then that's the level of the house you should test. The state sponsored website is www.lowradon.org for more information.