Please see the PDF attachment on the website reference a Proclamation regarding the Village of Merrillan being Proudly Public Power
For more information please go to https://www.meuw.org/publicpower
Please see the attached Proclamation on the website for National Rail Safety week 2023.
For additional information please go to: https://oli.org/about-us/public-awareness-campaigns/rail-safety-week
81 communities across Wisconsin own and operate their own electric utility, providing residents with affordable, safe, reliable, and sustainable energy without the use of tax dollars. We invite you to celebrate the qualities that make these hometown public power utilities special.
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For more information about the Merrillan Electric Utility: https://merrillanwi.gov/electric/
Last night, August 21st, 2023, the Jackson County Board of Supervisors approved a resolution in support of the speed reduction petition for the Village of Merrillan. We will now put everything together and send it off to the Department of Transportation.
The Village of Merrillan wishes to thank citizens, visitors, and employees for pushing this, along with Bill Laurent (County Board Supervisor for District 9), Jay Borek (Highway Commissioner), the Jackson County Highway Committee, the Jackson County Executive and Finance Committee, and the Jackson County Board as a whole for assisting with this effort.
The original post with the petition can be found here: https://merrillanwi.gov/2023/04/26/village-speed-reduction-letter-petition/
Below you will find the resolution.
This is a reminder regarding the new Waste Management Garbage Pickup policy since we are seeing a lot of extra items being placed curbside that will not get picked up.
– First, the trash cans have to be placed in a certain manner in order for the new trucks to pick up the bins. The cans must have the lid opening portion facing the roadway. If there are multiple cans from WM set out, they must be at least three (3) feet apart for the same reasons.
– If you have anything other than the approved 96 gallon trash bin set out it will not be picked up. Additional bins are available by calling Waste Management directly and requesting one. There is a monthly fee billed directly to you for each additional bin beyond the first one.
– If your trash was set out correctly and on time (by 7am) and then not picked up, please notify the Village as soon as possible. You can either use the report service issues form on the website or call the hall directly. If no one knows it was missed there is not a lot that can be done. If the truck is still around they may still be able to get it, if not they will reschedule a pickup as soon as possible.
We would like to send a big thank you to everyone that attended our Park Fundraiser last week, the response was awesome, and the Brat & Hot Dog Fundraiser raised $1748.09.
We would also like to send a big THANK YOU to our large donors:
The Depot Saloon – $4329.00
Deerview – $1000.00
Corner Bar – $555.00
Northern Family Farms – $400.00
Jeff Capser – $400.00
We are $8432.09 closer to bathrooms and showers at the Gile Park!
The Village would like to inform residents and visitors that Verizon Wireless has now installed and activated their own equipment on the existing UScellular tower on Castle Hill Rd. The Village is now served directly by Verizon, AT&T, and UScellular. Thank you and have a great weekend!