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Village Board

Messages for the Village Board members can be left at the Village Office – 608-452-3168.

·         Karl Henrichsen -President

·         Charles Lind

·         Janie Starkey

·         Michael Lee

·         David Stellner
·         Lanae Nickelotti
·         Michael Raasch

 

Village Board Meeting Schedule

All meetings are held at the Village Hall located at 108 Roosevelt St. 

The Village Board meets on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m.

All other committees meet as needed.
 

Committees

      Planning, Ordinances and By-Laws 

(Review & Draft all Ordinances and By-Laws)

Chairperson    Michael Lee

Janie Starkey

David Stellner

 

Personnel

(Responsible for employee relations, hiring & terminations negotiating wages and benefits)

Chairperson    vacant

Charles Lind
Lanae Nickelotti

 

Public Property & Fire Protection

(Responsible for Village Property & Fire Department Operations)

Chairperson    Charles Lind

vacant

David Stellner 

 

Budgeting & Finance

(Prepare budget recommendations for ensuing year, Board of Review members; make recommendations for borrowing money, Monthy review of  accounts payable)

Chairperson   Lanae Nickelotti

Charles Lind

David Stellner

 

Streets, Alleys & Sidewalks

(Review streets, sidewalks, etc. conditions and recommend repairs or replacements)

Chairperson    Dave Stellner

vacant

Michael Lee

 

Water, Lights Sewer & Disposal Plant

(Supervise maintenance of sewer & water systems and review street lighting system)

Chairperson    Janie Starkey

Michael Lee

David Stellner

 

Building Permits 

Building permits are required for any work on your home or business that changes the structure and layout in any way. For example, building permits are needed for decks, for remodeling which involves moving or removing walls, for additions, garages and other outdoor buildings. Building permits are not required for roofing or replacing windows or doors as long as you are not changing the roof line or changing the size of the window. It is always best to check with the Village office or with our residential building inspector Vincent Schmitz. Vincent can be reached at (608)487-4642. For commercial properties contact the Village office.

Licenses

Dog and Cat Licenses – Dog and Cat License renewals are due each year by April 1. After that date, a penalty will be applied. Licenses can be obtained at the Village Office.

License Fee is $8.00.  If the dog or cat is spayed or neutered, the fee is reduced to $3.00. Proof of rabies vaccination is required as well as proof of spaying or neutering to get the reduced fee. 

After April 1st, there will be an additional $5.00 late fee.


Alcohol Licenses
The purpose of alcohol licensing in the State of Wisconsin is to better ensure the public health and welfare of Wisconsin residents.  The State of Wisconsin requires all persons who vend, sell, deal or traffic intoxicating liquors or fermented malt beverages to be licensed with their local government. You may work as a bartender without a license as long as someone with a current license is within sight at all times.

All licenses require a background check and approval by the Village Board prior to issuance.  

Fee for an operator’s license is $20.00.

You can print the Operator License Application Form here:  Application for Operator’s License. Pdf. 

Complete the application and return it to the Village office.  We will also need a copy of your driver’s license and a copy of your class certificate for the bartenders course.  An operator's license will be acted on during the next available Village Board meeting, so paperwork will need to be received in the Village Clerk's office prior to the posting of that months finance & personnel agenda.  An operator's license is good for 1 year.

Important Dates to Remember:
June 30 - New licenses must be picked up by 4:30 PM
July 1 - New licensing year officially begins.  All licenses for the previous license year are now expired.  
 

Elections

When to Vote
Voters who have properly registered to vote in the Village of Coon Valley can arrive at the polling place as early as 7:00 AM when the polls officially open. The polls will remain open throughout the day closing at 8:00 PM. The polling place is accessible to elderly and disabled voters.

Where to Vote
All Village Elections are held in the Meeting Room of the Village Hall located at 108 Roosevelt Street.

Absentee Voting
If you are a qualified elector who is registered to vote, and you are unwilling or unable to appear at the polling place on Election Day, you may request an absentee ballot. Compete the Wisconsin Application for Absentee Ballot and return it to the Village Office. An original signature is required.
Wisconsin Application for Absentee Ballot
 
In Person
If you choose to request an absentee ballot in person, you may do so at the Village Office located at 205 Anderson Street.

You may also vote an absentee ballot at the Village Office.  Contact the Village Office for available times.  
 
Permanent Absentee Status
If getting to the polls is a physical hardship, you can apply for permanent absentee ballot status at the Coon Valley Village office. Please complete the above mentioned Absentee Ballot Application or a form may be obtained at Village Office.

Once you have a permanent absentee ballot status, a ballot will be sent to you automatically.

Registration and Voting
All persons wishing to vote in Wisconsin must be registered to vote. To check your current Wisconsin Voter Status, click here.

Voting Requirements
To be eligible to vote in the state of Wisconsin, a person must:
1. Be a citizen of the United States of America.
2. Be 18 years of age on or before election day.
3. Have been a resident of the municipality where he/she intends to vote for a minimum of 28 days prior to election day.

How to Register  
Persons wishing to register must:
  1. Complete the Voter Registration Process. The My Vote Wisconsin website features a new online absentee ballot delivery management tool that facilitates a more efficient and effective service to our military and overseas voters. It also has a new online voter registration tool that saves a voter's information in a pending status until the printed and signed original form arrives in the municipal clerk's office, which eliminates data entry issues.
  2. Supply their Wisconsin Department of Transportation - issued driver's license or identification card number. If the applicant has not been issued a Wisconsin driver's license or I.D., they must provide the last four digits of their Social Security Number.
  3. Supply proof of residence.

For further information on how to register, visit the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board website.
 
Military and Overseas
Military and Overseas voters have several options to exercise their right to vote. They are eligible to vote in Wisconsin by absentee ballot under the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) and Wisconsin state law. Please click here to learn more about military and overseas voting and to complete an application.

Please click here to learn more about the My Vote Wisconsin website. It features a new online absentee ballot delivery management tool that facilitates a more efficient and effective service to our military and overseas voters. It also has a new online voter registration tool that saves a voter's information in a pending status until the printed and signed original form arrives in the municipal clerk's office, which eliminates data entry issues.

Important Election Resources
Government Accountability Board
Government Accountability Board Voter Frequently Asked Questions
Government Accountability Board Voter Information Center
My Vote Wisconsin
Voting 101 Guide for Voters
Voter Guides and Brochures
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