TOWN OF NEWTON
Fireworks applications and bonds must be submitted to the Town Clerk before the scheduled June meeting. At the June meeting your application and bondwill be submitted to the Town Board and if allowedthe Town Clerkwillprocure a permit from the Town Board which will be sent to you. Please complete both the application and bond shown below. THERE WILL BE NO FIREWORKSPERMITS ISSUED AFTER THE SCHEDULED JUNE MEETING.
Permits for the possession and use of fireworks in the Town of Newton has to be issued by the Town in which the use is to occur. Only permits issued by the local municipality are valid, and only the Town Chairman is allowed to issue one. Permits sold by fireworks vendors are invalid and do not constitute any degree of compliance with town permitting requirements.
IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A COMPUTER YOU CAN ACCESS A COMPUTER AT THE MANITOWOC LIBRARY.
Barbara Pankratz, Clerk
Application and Bondfor Fireworks Permit -- CLICK BELOW:
All dogs must be licensed and have their rabies inoculation by April 1st or you will be notified by the Law Enforcement Officer that non-compliance will result in a $35.00 late fee perowner. Contact Paulette Vogt, Treasurer; Phone: 758-2720 for a license.
Fees: Neutered Male or Spayed Female $6.00
Un-neutered Male or Unspayed Female $11.00
Kennel License $35.00
The Newton Town Hall is available for rent at a cost of $50.00 This is open to any Town resident. If interested contact Ed Downing at (920) 758-2338 for further information and availability. The hall has central air, so if in the summer time you need to have a cool place for a family get together the Town Hall is available.
If you do not have a lottery credit on your tax bill, you may still be eligible. To qualify you must own a home in Wisconsin and you must have occupied that home as your primary residence on January 1st of the year in which the tax is levied.
A primary residence is a home in which a property owner lives more than six months of the year.
If a resident is temporarily absent a primary residence is the home to which an owner returns.
If there is not a lottery credit on your tax bill and you qualify, fill out the form below.
All residents in the town must have a permit for installing new driveways, new culverts or extending, replacing or repairing existing driveways or culverts.
CONDITIONS FOR NEW DRIVEWAYS AND CULVERTS AND THE RECONSTRUCTION, LANDSCAPING OR REPLACEMENT OF EXISTING DRIVEWAYS AND CULVERTS:
A town permit is required for any new structure and any addition to an existing structure or improvements to property that have a value over $1,000.00. Effective September 1, 2004 the Wisconsin Uniform Dwelling Code was adopted. All new homes need to be inspected.
A moving permit is required for all buildings being moved on roads within the Town of Newton. Said permit may be obtained from the Zoning Administrator. The Sheriff's Department should also be notified about such move.
Any building being torn down; removed, or burned by the Newton Fire Department should obtain a wrecking permit from the Zoning Administrator. There is no charge for this permit. Obtaining this permit insures that the building will be taken off of the tax roll.
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