Public Meetings — Regular Monthly Meeting of the Board of Supervisors: Town of Oakland Meeting   Notice is hereby given that a town meeting for the Town of Oakland in Burnett County in the State of Wisconsin, for transaction of business as is by law required or permitted to be transacted at such meeting, will be held at:   Webster Fire Hall 7420 Main St W, Webster WI 54893 August 13, 2020 7:00 p.m.   PLEASE NOTE:  Due to the “Safer at Home” order and COVID-19 concerns, a teleconference line will be available for those preferring not to attend in person.  Members of the public wishing to participate should contact Sherril Anderson (715-866-8213 or 920-460-4732) for additional information on how to join the teleconference.  Social distancing guidelines will be followed for those choosing to attend in person.     Agenda   1.      Roll Call 2.      July 2020 Board Meeting Minutes 3.      Requested Public Presentations a.       Karen Benson -- Fireworks 4.      July 2020 Treasurer’s Report 5.      July Invoices 6.      Old Business a.       Comprehensive Land Use Plan Update 7.      New Business a.       Land Use Planning Committee Formation b.      Annual Road Tour Date c.       Request for Speed Limit sign on Reitz Road d.      Approve Payment of Mowing Invoices Through End of Year e.       Review Operator’s License Application for Bump’s f.        Treasurer’s Communication g.      Clerk’s Communication h.      Supervisor’s Communication i.        Chairman’s Communication j.        Other reports pertaining to Town business 8.      Next meeting – September 10, 2020, Webster Fire Hall – 7:00 p.m. 9.      Adjourn   Signed Town of Oakland Clerk    Sherril Anderson Dated:   8-12-2020

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Absentee Ballots Now Available for August 11th Partisan Primary

Absentee ballots for the August 11th Partisan Primary can be requested at or by contacting Sherril Anderson, Oakland Town Clark, at 715-866-8213 (office), 920-460-4732 (cell) or by e-mail at [email protected].  

Please note that a copy of your photo ID must be on file in order to receive an absentee ballot; if you have voted absentee in the past your ID is on file.  If this is your first time voting absentee and you need assistance in submitting a photo ID, contact Sherril Anderson at the phone numbers or e-mail address listed above.

In-person abstentee voting will be available by appointment from July 28 through August 9.