Resolution No. 2023-02
STATE OF WISCONSIN
Town of Superior
The Town Board of the Town of Superior, Douglas County, Wisconsin, by this resolution, adopted by a majority of the town board on a roll call vote with a quorum present and voting and proper notice having been given, resolves and orders as follows:
A public hearing to discuss a proposed action to discontinue a public way in the Town of Superior shall be held as provided in accordance with the following Notice of Hearing.
The town clerk shall publish the following Notice of Hearing as a class 3 notice under chapter 985, Wis. stats., and the town clerk shall cause the Notice of Hearing to be served on the owners of all of the frontage of lots and lands abutting upon the public way sought to be discontinued in the manner provided for the service of summons in circuit court at least 30 days before the hearing, except that when service cannot be made within the town, a copy of the notice shall be mailed to the owner’s last-known address at least 30 days before the hearing:
Notice of Hearing – Discontinuance of a Public Way in the Town of Superior,
A public hearing will held be held by the Town Board of the Town of Superior at Town of Superior Hall on December 13, 2023, at 6:45 p.m.,* to discuss a proposed action to commence discontinuance of the following described town road initiated by petition under s. 66.1003 (2), Wis. stats., specifically: 265 feet of Olson Road starting at the end of Olson Road going north within Section 15, in Township 47 North, Range 15 West, Qtr 40 NW, Qtr 160 NW, Douglas County, Wisconsin, depicted upon a Road Vacation Map. The town clerk shall file in the Office of the Register of Deeds for Douglas County, Wisconsin, a lis pendens related to the proposed discontinuance of public way.
The town clerk shall properly post or publish this resolution as required under s. 60.80, Wis. stats.
Adopted this 11th day of October, 2023.
Ronald Pete Town Chairman Carolyn Jones Attest: Town Clerk
William Conner Town Supervisor
Robert Zimmerman Town Supervisor
* Note: Under s. 66.1003 (4) (b), Wis. stats., the hearing must be at least 40 days after introduction of the resolution.