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©2001-2014 Village Of Plover
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The Village of Plover

2400 Post Road.
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 37
Plover, WI 54467
715-345-5250
Fax: 715-345-5253
Hours: Monday - Friday:
7:30am-4:30pm


Attention Village of Plover Water/Sewer Customers
1st Quarter bills are in the mail!

Dear Customers –
The 1st quarter water bills were mailed on April 17, 2014.  The bills were delayed due to the inability of the meters to be read at the usual time in early to mid-March.  At that time, the snow levels were still extremely high, making it very difficult for Water Dept. personnel to gain access to the remote reader on the outside of each customers’ home or business to obtain a reading.  Meter readings were performed during the last days of March into early April.

If you notice that the usage on this quarter’s bill is slightly higher than usual – it is because there is a longer period of time between the previous meter reading in December and the current reading.  This also means that the usage on your 2nd quarter bill will be slightly lower, as the period between readings will be shorter. 
If the Water Department had notified you to trickle water, your bill has been adjusted to remove the additional water used in trickling.  If you have any questions, please contact the Water Utility Office at 345-5254, or the Village office at 345-5250. 

NEW PRESS RELEASE:
COUNTY HIGHWAY R
CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

(DUE TO WEATHER: NEW START DATE: 04/21/2014)
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April 1, 2014 Election results:

Andrew Timm – Ward 1 Trustee –
( Successful write-in candidate)
Orv Damrau – Ward 2 Trustee – 291 votes
Al Tessmann – Ward 3 Trustee - 86 votes

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newTHE VILLAGE CURBSIDE PICKUP AND BRUSH & YARD WASTE WILL BE PUSHED BACK (2 WEEKS) ALONG WITH THE OPENING OF THE COMPOST SITE. NEW START DATES:

arrow CURBSIDE BRUSH - APRIL 21, 2014
arrow CURBSIDE YARD WASTE - APRIL 28, 2014
arrow COMPOST SITE - APRIL 24, 2014

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NEW LTE PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
JOB OPENING
- (job application and more information on the job posting - click this link)
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The planning has begun for Celebrate Plover 2014!
Are you interested in participating in planning for the event?  If so, we are in need of people to help plan and organize Celebrate Plover.  There are many ideas in the works, but we need your help to make them a reality.  If you are interested, please contact Dee Ann Donahue by e-mail at paba@ploverbiz.org or by phone at 715-345-5258.

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NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
NEW-8/1/2013-POLICE DEPARTMENT-OPEN RECORDS/DPPA REQUIREMENTS & FORMS PAGE
PROCEDURES TO OBTAIN A PRIVATE WELL PERMIT
SPRING NEWSLETTER
GARBAGE PICK-UP BULK ITEM PRICE LISTING
ELECTION INFORMATION & FORMS
2014 VILLAGE OF PLOVER BUDGET
NEW GARBAGE AND RECYCLING PICK-UP TIMES
PAY WATER/SEWER BILLS BY PHONE OR ONLINE
PLOVER'S BOYS & GIRLS CLUB
VILLAGE OF PLOVER'S COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
WEEKLY SCHEDULE: COMMITTEE MEETINGS
MARCH 2014 BUILDING PERMIT REPORT
HISTORY OF PLOVER -link to Portage County Historical Society page
READER BOARD REQUEST-(Plover Municipal Building)
t he information in this website has been compiled to answer questions most frequently asked regarding Village services and policies. It also outlines procedures to be followed by residents when they participate in the various programs offered to them.

Please take a few moments to read through this informative website.

For additional information or for answers to questions not addressed here, Village staff is available to help you during regular office hours Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Please feel free to call at 345-5250. We welcome your comments or suggestions.

Plover Municipal Building
Village Hall: Plover Municipal Center

New Bird City related website links:

Bird City Wisconsin

Aldo Leopold Audubon Society

American Bird Conservancy

Window Alert

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