The Town of Bell will be arranging a Level I Chainsaw Training and Certification course with Rich Good of R Good Solutions LLC in August. Level I training is for those with little to no experience using a chainsaw and will cover basics such as personal protective equipment, chainsaw safety features, chainsaw maintenance, body mechanics,…

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The Town of Bell requires a permit for possession or use of fireworks. Violators will be prosecuted. WHEREAS, Wis. Stat. Section 167.10 regulates fireworks stating in paragraph 167.10 (3) “Use. (a) No person may possess or use fireworks without a user’s permit from the chairperson of the town in which the possession or use is…

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The Town Board voted on June 9, 2020 to increase the fee for recycling from $2.00 for an unlimited amount of recyclable material to $2.00 per large bag or 35-gallon can, effective immediately. This change will enable the Recycle Center to better meet the demand for recycling services without overwhelming the capacity of the dumpsters.…

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In effect from June 10 until July 15:   Regular Hours 9 a.m. – 12 noon M-F Individuals must wear a mask unless properly seated. Individuals/Groups are expected to maintain proper social distancing procedures. Main Room up to 20 persons. Learning Center up to 10 persons.   Extended Hours 12 noon – 9 p.m. M-F…

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Presented by Matt Hipsher at the Annual Meeting on June 9, 2020. 2020 Roads Report (Click to download the PowerPoint presentation.)

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Congratulations to Judy and Kermit Delmain for being named Persons of the Year for their efforts to establish the Cornucopia Food Shelf in 2009 and for their commitment and devotion to serving the community. Kermit and Judy managed and served in the food shelf for 7 years. Due to the current COVID restrictions, the traditional…

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Presented by Town Chair Roger Lindgren at the Annual Meeting on June 9, 2020.   Thank you to fellow board members for their active participation in our Town government and their advocacy for and attention to the Town’s vitality and prosperity. A big thank you to all volunteers whose efforts do much to create and…

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FREE drive-up testing for COVID-19 will be held at three locations in Bayfield County in the next two weeks: Thursday, June 11th – Red Cliff/Legendary Water Casino Parking Lot Wednesday, June 17th – Drummond/Civic Center Parking Lot Thursday, June 18th – Iron River/Community Center Parking Lot   Testing at all locations will be available from…

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May 15, 2020 Hi Neighbor, On Wednesday, the Wisconsin Supreme Court invalidated the Safer at Home and Badger Bounce Back Orders and declared that such orders must be declared by the State Legislature. This is a legal issue, however, not a public health declaration that COVID-19 is no longer dangerous. Until we receive and have…

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