The Annual Elector Meeting (aka Town Meeting) is typically held on the third Tuesday in April per Wisconsin State Statute. Electors have the right and responsibility to voice their opinion in an orderly manner, make motions, second motions and vote on motions at this meeting. The powers that may be exercised by the electors at a town meeting, and that are binding on the town, are set forth in Wisconsin Statute 60.10.
For clarification, an elector is a U.S. citizen at least 18 years old and a resident of the town for at least 10 days. Owning property in the Town of Superior does not constitute residency.
A public hearing is held in the last quarter of the month. Residents and property owners alike can review the annual budget and have an opportunity to be heard at this meeting.
A Town Meeting is also held in the last quarter of the calendar year for electors to approve the tax levy.
The public hearing and town meeting in the last quarter are scheduled as needed, so please check the calendar and sign up for our newsletter.