Absentee Ballots for November 3rd Election Are in the Mail!: Absentee ballots for all applications received through today will be in the mail today, September 17, 2020!  You can track the progress of your ballot, both when it was sent and when it is received back in the Clerk's Office, online at MyVoteWI.gov. Absentee ballots can be returned three ways:  1) by mail; 2) deposited at the secure dropbox in the door of the Oakland Town Hall (27826 Lone Pine Road, Webster); or 3) dropped off at the polling place (Oakland Tow Hall, 27826 Lone Pine Road, Webster) on election day (November 3, 2020). Please keep in mind that in order to be counted, your ballot must be received by the Town Clerk no later than 8:00 p.m. on November 3rd.  If you are utilizing the mail-in option, please do so as soon as possible. Questions should be directed to Sherril Anderson, Town Clerk, at 715-866-8213 (office) or 920-460-4732 (cell). If you wish to vote absentee and have not yet requested an application, you can do so online at MyVoteWI.gov.  You can also cast your absentee vote in person by contacting Sherril Anderson at the numbers above and scheduling an appointment.

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Volunteers Needed to Revise Comprehensive Land Use Plan

The Town of Oakland is looking for 7-9 volunteers to help with the effort to update the Town’s Comprehensive Land Use Plan.  Anyone interested in vollunteering should contact Wayne Larrabee, Town Chair, at 715-866-4444 and plan to attend our Town Board Meeting on October 10th at the Webster Fire Hall at 7:00 p.m.  Those selected will be asked to attend planning sessions prior to our February and March meetings with the intent of having a completed plan ready for approval by the May 2020 Town Board Meeting.