Town of Dayton Meetings
- Town Board Meeting, July 16th, at 5 pm
- Town Board Meeting, July 21st at 7 pm
- Planning Commission, July 14th at 7 pm
- Signs Committee, Thursday, July 16, 7 pm, Town Hall
- Little Hope Committee, Wednesday, July 22, 7 pm, Town Hall
SPECIAL BOARD MEETING Re: Little Hope Lake District, July 27, 5pm
Signs Committee Road Trip, July 30th, 3 pm. Meet at Town Hall.
Signs Committee Meeting, Thursday, August 6th, 5:30 pm, at the Town Hall.
Little Hope Support Committee, Wednesday, July 22nd, 7 pm, at the Town Hall.
The County is currently working on Little Hope Dam removal. You must detour during the day on Parfreyville Rd to get around the work. Looks like they are opening it at night and over the weekend.
Tree/Road Update (7/11/15)
All pot holes on list have been filled.
All brush on list has been chipped.
Trees on dam in Rural have been removed and treated with Tordon.
The following work on bridges will start today and go over next week (7/12 -/7/18)
Trees and sand will be removed on the following bridges:
Three bridges in Rural
Two bridges on Rural Rd by West Rd and In Hartman Creek
Cleghorn by Channel Park Dr
Parfreyville Rd by cemetery
Whispering Pines Rd by Tom Thumb
Emmons Creek near West Rd
Tree and Road Work – July 10-11
The following road work is scheduled:
The dam in Rural on Main St needs to be cleared and treated.
The following downed trees need to be cleaned up and chipped:
Spencer Lake Rd and K
Cleghorn Rd near Miner Dr
Two trees on Dayton Rd near bridge after arborist consult
Pots holes need filling on:
Whispering Pines Rd
Stratton Lake Rd
Mark out location of five fire numbers for diggers hotline.
The sign repair and marking will be done on Friday, July 10.
The tree cutting and chipping will be done on Saturday, July 11.
Town of Dayton Bridge and Road Construction and road closures.
Shoulder and Spot Work – June 6, 2015
- Crystal Road
- West Road
- Emmons Creek Road
Updated Tentative road closure schedule.
Road will be closed to thru traffic during bridge construction and may have delays during pavement reconstruction after roads are again opened to thru traffic. Access to local driveways will be available during construction periods. Surrounding local roads will be available but no detours will be marked.
West Road between Emmons Creek Road and Stratton Lake Road. May 11 to mid-August.
West Road between State Highway 22 and Hudziak Road. May 11 to mid-August
Dayton Road between State Highway 22 and County Highway K. May 11 to mid-August.
Emmons Creek Bridge
The West Road Bridge over Emmons Creek between Emmons Creek Road and Stratton Lake Road will begin construction on May 4with road closure on May 1 lasting 6-10 weeks. The new bridge will meet minimum state standards for a bridge on a town road and lessen the impact on Emmons Creek. Emmons Creek is a Class 1 Wisconsin cold water trout stream with a naturally reproducing trout population and also it the home of one of the few natural inland lake spawning runs of Brown Trout from the Waupaca Chain of Lakes.
This bridge was originally built in the early 1900′s and then later altered to allow farm machinery to use the roadway. The North bridge abutment has severely eroded at the waterline and the Northeast wing wall is severely deteriorated. Replacement is required to correct the structural deficiencies.
Dayton Road Bridge
The Dayton Road Bridge over Radley Creek between State Highway 22 and County Highway K will begin construction in late May with road closure lasting 6-10 weeks. The new bridge will meet minimum state standards for a bridge on a town road and lessen the impact on Radley Creek. Radley Creek is a Class 1 Wisconsin cold water trout stream with a naturally reproducing trout population.
This bridge was originally built in the early 1900′s and then later altered after a flood event. The East bridge abutment has been undermined at the waterline and the steel girders are severely rusted. A temporary patch of piles of sand bags and concrete bags was placed to prevent a complete failure of the bridge, but replacement is required to correct the structural deficiencies.
Radley Creek Bridge
The Radley Creek Bridge on West Road over Radley Creek between State Highway 22 and Hudziak Road will begin construction on May 4 with road closure on May 01 lasting 6-10 weeks. The new bridge will meet minimum state standards for a bridge on a town road and lessen the impact on Radley Creek. Radley Creek is a Class 1 Wisconsin cold water trout stream with a naturally reproducing trout population.
This bridge was originally built to 1900 bridge standards. At 14 feet in width it can only be used as a one lane bridge. The town of Dayton received a petition from Town of Dayton property owners that the narrow bridge was damaging farm equipment that uses the roadway in the agricultural area of the township. Replacement is required to correct the obsolescence of the bridge and allow two way traffic.
The Radley Creek Bridge is a part of the West Road Reconstruction project that is receiving additional funding thru a grant from the State of Wisconsin Town Road Improvement Project-Discretionary Fund.
West Road Reconstruction Project
In conjunction with the Radley Creek Bridge replacement, West Road received additional funding thru a grant from the State of Wisconsin Town Road Improvement Project-Discretionary Fund to bring the section of roadway between State Highway 22. The reconstructed roadway will receive structural and safety improvements to bring the roadway up to the minimum requirements for a town roadway to allow motorists and agricultural equipment to use this roadway.
The Road reconstruction will take place after the bridge is replaced. Preliminary work to establish the new shoulders and ditches will begin during April. The road will remain open to traffic except during the bridge replacement period.
Town of Dayton 2015 Revaluation
The Town of Dayton has contracted assessment services with Accurate Appraisal, LLC to complete a Revaluation for 2015 of all residential and commercial properties.
Property owners should be aware of the following items:
· The purpose of the revaluation is to insure that properties are assessed on a
fair and equitable basis. Our goal is to bring assessments to fair market value
for the entire city.
- Starting Monday, September 22, 2014, Accurate Appraisal will begin the process of doing physical inspections of all residential and commercial properties. An appraiser will be going door to door visiting each property to complete a physical inspection of the exterior of the home. You don’t need to be home for us to complete this exterior inspection. All of our Assessors will have an Accurate I.D. badge and a vehicle with the Accurate logo on each side.
- · For additional information or questions call Accurate Appraisal, LLC at 1-800-770-3927 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Update on Little Hope Dam
Administrative Law Judge Jeffery Boldt has ruled that Waupaca County should proceed with its plan for removal of the Little Hope Dam
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