Hydrant Flushing – April 23 – May 4, 2018

Discoloration of the water may occur. This is an
unavoidable effect of flushing, with an aesthetic
value only, and is not considered a health hazard.
The water should clear after a short period of time.


Spring Clean Up Dumpsters – May 11 thru May 20

Village Residents Only
Bring ID Proof
Friday, May 11 – 2-7 p.m.
Saturday, May 12 – 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Sunday, May 13 – 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Mon-Fri, May 14-18 – 2-7 p.m.
Saturday, May 19 – 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Sunday, May 20 – 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

ITEMS THAT ARE NOT ALLOWED TO BE PLACED IN THE DUMPSTER
• GRASS/WEEDS/BRUSH/LEAVES
• FLUORESCENT BULBS & FIXTURES
• RECYCABLES (CARDBOARD OR BOXES) PLASTICS/GLASS/TIN CANS/BOTTLES
• 55 GALLON BARRELS/DRUMS
• PAINT
• ELECTRONICS/COMPUTERS/TV’S
• HAZARDOUS/INFECTIOUS MATERIALS OR THEIR CONTAINERS
• ** OIL, BATTERIES, TIRES
• ** APPLIANCES
** NOTE: Oil & batteries can be brought in and have them placed in a separate area. No Freon or hazardous containing appliances (refrigerators, ac units, etc.) microwaves or dehumidifiers. Other appliances can be placed in the recycling dumpster.


BROOKLYN FIRE & EMS ASSOCIATIONS CARD PARTY

BROOKLYN FIRE & EMS CARD PARTY     
401 W. MAIN STREET, BROOKLYN, WI 
      APRIL 14, 2018
          6:30 PM

Join your friends and neighbors for an evening of Euchre, with prizes, followed by sandwiches, beverages and home baked treats. This is one of our main fund-raising events. Some people make additional contributions at this time, all contributions are greatly appreciated! Brooklyn Fire & EMS Associations are 501 (c)3 compliant. Proceeds from fund raising events are used by the EMS and Fire departments for training expenses, meals for personnel during emergency situations and to support public education for Fire and EMS in our community. In 2018 Brooklyn EMS Association is raising funds for new CPR Manikins. We also used these funds to promote and teach our Rescue Kids classes and provide CPR classes for the public.

In 2018 the Brooklyn Fire Association is looking to raise money towards our new (SCBA) air tank breathing systems. These essential pieces of firefighting equipment allow us to breath longer periods of time inside of structure fires, and also upgrading some of out brush fire equipment used in combating wild land fires.


ADRC – Survey

Hello,
ADRC would like to hear from you!
Northern Green County Senior Survey

This survey is to provide the Green County Aging & Disability Resource Center information
about services used and needed by seniors in the Northern Green County area.

We aim to find out if there are needs that are not being met.

This information will be used to improve the lives of seniors in Green County.

We are not asking for you to give us personal information.

Please complete the attached survey and return to the Village Clerk’s Office for a free pedometer.

ADRC Survey


2018 Pet Licenses are available.

If you have not previously registered your pet (age 6 mo. or older) with the Village, please provide a copy of a current rabies certificate. Also, if your pet was re-vaccinated during 2017, please provide a new certificate. The fee is as follows:

Neutered/Spayed dog – $12
Unaltered dog – $17
Cats – $5
Village ordinance states that all animals must be licensed. Only 3 dogs/cats are allowed per residence.


Winter Parking Enforcement – In Effect Beginning November 15th

Parking Regulations: Between the hours of 1 am and 7 am, November 15 – April 15, on-street parking is only allowed on the north side of Sunrise Dr., the west side of N. Kerch St. north of Douglas Dr., the north side of marcie Dr. west of Pine St., and the north side of Daisy Lane west of Fourth St. On-street parking from 1 am – 7 am during these months on any other street in the Village is prohibited. *(100 Block of Hotel St. is 3 am – 7 am)
Chapter 32 – Article IV – Sec 32-87


BUILDING PERMITS

BUILDING PERMITS
To clarify questions we’ve been receiving lately, building permit applications and site plans for building outside of the home and new construction need to be submitted to the clerk’s office at least 14 to 30 days before the permit can be issued. Each of these applications are reviewed for compliance with zoning codes by the contracted Village zoning administrator.
After approval from the zoning administrator, the building inspector will write the permit.

Building permit applications for in-home requirements can be submitted at any time to the clerk’s office. The Village, like many municipalities in the area, contracts with an outside building inspection firm and does not have an in-house inspector. The building inspector is only in the Village every Thursday at 7 a.m. to write permits; however, he is available for inspections as needed.

Applications and zoning codes can be found on the Village website. Please include a site plan, if needed, with your application. Deliver, mail or email the completed application and site plan to the clerk’s office.


Pellitteri Information on Mattresses, Box Springs

Information on Mattresses, Box Springs Waterproof Storage Bags

May 2017

Residents that would like a mattress or box spring picked up from the curb are required to first put them in a waterproof plastic or vinyl storage/disposal bag.
Cotton mattress protectors are not acceptable, it needs to be waterproof.

Most places that sell moving materials and stores that sell bed sheets sell the storage bags. They are typically buy lasix usa marketed as a storage bag for when you’re moving, or as a protector against allergens. Average costs range from $10-$20, depending on where they’re purchased .
Examples of vinyl/waterproof storage bags:

• In-store at Wal-Mart (in Monona, Mainstays brand, “Waterproof zippered vinyl mattress protector”, $12)
• In-store at U-Haul (west Madison, storage bag, $8)
• Online:
* Amazon.com (Linenspa brand, “mattress storage bag with double adhesive”, $11)
* Target
* Bed Bath & Beyond
* Menard’s