Town of Brooklyn Barn Inventory 2016
Published in 1884 a history of Green County. This link will take you to the Wisconsin Historical Society:
Brooklyn Fire & EMS District Fund Raiser:
If you shop at Bill's Grocery Store in Oregon, WI, you can help raise money by dropping off your receipts at the Brooklyn Fire/EMS Department in a black drive up box they have available. Bill's will donate 1% of your receipt total back to the Brooklyn Fire/EMS.
Little Free Library
Our Recycling Committee has started a "Little Free Library" outside the Recycling Center. They have used very creative materials to show-case and build the library for all to use. If you need a book, please look here. If you want to get rid of a book, please consider leaving it at the library for others to enjoy. The images below are just in-front of the Recycling Center and always open.
Wisconsin State Statute 60.61 (4) (f)
The town board shall maintain a list of persons who submit a written or electronic request to receive notice of any proposed ordinance or amendment that affects the allowable use of the property owned by the person. Annually, the town board shall inform residents of the town that they may add their names to the list. The town board may satisfy this requirement to provide such information by any of the following means: publishing a 1st class notice underch. 985; publishing on the town's Internet site; 1st class mail; or including the information in a mailing that is sent to all property owners. If the town zoning committee completes a final report on a proposed zoning ordinance and the town board is prepared to vote on the proposed ordinance under par. (b) or if the town board is prepared to vote on a proposed amendment under par. (c) 1., the town board shall send a notice, which contains a copy or summary of the proposed ordinance or amendment, to each person on the list whose property, the allowable use or size or density requirements of which, may be affected by the proposed ordinance or amendment. The notice shall be by mail or in any reasonable form that is agreed to by the person and the town board, including electronic mail, voice mail, or text message. The town board may charge each person on the list who receives a notice by 1st class mail a fee that does not exceed the approximate cost of providing the notice to the person. An ordinance or amendment that is subject to this paragraph may take effect even if the town board fails to send the notice that is required by this paragraph.