The 2018 Annual Meeting minutes and 2017 Annual Dept. Reports can be read here.
Read the 2017/2018 Road Report here.
March Election Results: Kurt Brooks was elected to serve another three-year term on the Canosia Town Board. 138 votes were cast with the following results: Kurt Brooks = 107 Jim Gilmore = 16 Chris Verhel = 13 (write-in) Hillary Creurer … Continue reading →
The 2018 spring newsletter has arrived… Highlights include: Tax Levy/Annual Meeting/Election Info The upcoming Pike Lake 10k, Roads Report, Historical article from the 1920’s, PFC well-testing results, FD year-end totals, Recycling reminders and more! You can find all our most … Continue reading →
On the second Tuesday in March each year, Canosia Township holds its town board election and Annual Meeting. This year’s “Township Day” will take place on Tuesday, March 13. Election Our town board is comprised of three supervisors serving three-year … Continue reading →
The Canosia Town Board will hold a special meeting on Wednesday, February 14 at 10 a.m. at the Town Hall. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss newsletter content.
There is a public hearing scheduled for Monday, February 5 at 5:30 p.m. to consider the conditional use permit application for Waste Wood Recyclers. The meeting will take place at the town hall.
The Canosia Town Board will have a special meeting on Wednesday, January 17 at 11 a.m. at the town hall.The purposes of the meeting are to: 1. Discuss our attorney’s answers to the supervisors’ P&Z questions. 2. Discuss … Continue reading →
The Canosia Town Board will hold its annual Board of Audit meeting on Wednesday, January 31st at 6 p.m. at the Canosia Town Hall (4896 Midway Rd.). The Budget meeting will immediately follow the Audit meeting. These meetings were originally … Continue reading →
The Conditional Use Permit Public Hearing scheduled for Thursday, January 4, has been postponed. The Canosia Town Board made the decision on Wednesday, January 3, to put in place a short-term moratorium on issuing CUP’s until they can get additional clarification … Continue reading →