Click It or Ticket June 22 to July 5

The Brooklyn Police Department is to participate in the Click It or Ticket seat belt initiative from

June 22 to July 5

 The Brooklyn Police Department is joining law enforcement agencies throughout Wisconsin during the Click It or Ticket seat belt campaign from June 22 to July 5.

 “Despite advances in vehicle technologies, wearing a seat belt remains the most important and effective step motorists can take to prevent being injured or killed in a traffic crash,” said Chief Wade Engelhart. “Simple actions such as buckling up, watching your speed and driving alert will help prevent many crashes and injuries, while also minimizing impacts on emergency responders and health care professionals.”

 

Currently, Wisconsin’s seat belt use rate stands at 90.2 percent – the highest ever. Still, 44 percent of the car and light truck occupants killed in Wisconsin traffic crashes last year were not buckled up.

 As always, our goal is voluntary compliance with traffic laws. But when officers observe violations, they’ll stop and talk with motorists to help ensure everyone is travelling safely and responsibly.

 Last year (2019) in Wisconsin, there were 41,654 traffic convictions for failure to wear a seat belt.

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Pellitteri has resumed curbside large item pickup as of 6/1

“For the safety of our workers, we ask that you disinfect your items as much as possible.  If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, please do not schedule a pickup.  For pricing and to schedule, please call our office at 608-257-4285.”  Pellitteri


BOOKMOBILE IS BACK

The Bookmobile is back on the road!

Beginning June 1, the Bookmobile will be back on the road for holds pickup and returns. 

The Bookmobile will have an abbreviated schedule, so check us out at www.dcls.info.

Visit www.dcls.info for our schedule, placing holds and contacting us with requests.

We miss you and look forward to seeing you again!


ELECTION DAY –

At the end of election night we have 0 provisional ballots; and 38 outstanding absentee ballots. 

 

 


POLLING LOCATION CHANGE –

In the interest of keeping our residents and our election inspectors safe on Election Day, April 7, we are moving the polling location to the State Bank of Cross Plains Drive-Thru, 210 Commercial Street.    The bank will be closed for the day to allow our election workers to hand out ballots through the drive-thru window to voters. 

Enter the drive-thru lane from Hotel Street and be prepared with your photo ID.    Feel free to bring your own black ballpoint pen, or a pen will be provided for you to keep.   

Accessible voting will be available.  

 

Call the Clerk’s Office at 608-455-4201, ext 1 of 2, if you have any questions on the voting process. 

REMINDER –ABSENTEE BALLOTS MUST BE RETURNED TODAY, APRIL 7, BY 8 PM OR POSTMARKED BY TODAY, APRIL 7.    

Stay safe everyone.