Proposed Tax Increment District (TID) No. 3 Details
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING
THE PROPOSED PROJECT PLAN AND BOUNDARY FOR TAX INCREMENTAL DISTRICT (TID) No. 3 IN THE CITY OF ALGOMA, WISCONSIN
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on October 25, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. the Plan Commission of the City of Algoma will hold a Public Hearing pursuant to sections 66.1105(4)(a) and 66.1105(4)(e) of Wisconsin State Statutes in the City Council Chambers, 416 Fremont St., Algoma, WI.
The City is proposing to create Tax Increment District (TID) #3. The hearing is to provide the public an opportunity to review and comment on both the boundary and project plan of the proposed TID. A map of the proposed TID #3 boundary is printed below. The map and draft project plan may be found on the City’s website shown below, or by visiting City Hall and requesting a copy. Reasonable opportunity will be afforded to all interested parties to express their view on the proposed TID creation.
TID No. 3 will be classified as a blight elimination district based upon the identification and classification of the property proposed to be included within the District. Proposed public improvements include sanitary sewer and water system improvements, professional and organizational services, administrative costs and finance costs. The proposed costs include projects within the proposed boundary and within ½ mile radius of the proposed boundary of the District. As part of the project plan, cash grants may be made by the City to owners, lessees, or developers of property within TID No. 3. Any such grant is required to be accompanied by a development agreement.
At the public hearing, all persons will be afforded a reasonable opportunity to be heard concerning the proposed Project Plan. A copy of the TID #3 project plan and boundary is available for inspection and will be provided upon request. Arrangements for either inspection or receipt of a copy of the draft Project Plan may be made by contacting the City Clerk, City of Algoma, 416 Fremont St.; Phone (920) 487-5203 or by visiting the City website at http://www.algomacity.org/.
Dated this 8th day of October, 2018
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2018 BRUSH PICKUP SCHEDULE
The 2018 Brush Pickup will begin on Monday, April 16th (weather permitting). Collections will continue on the first and third Monday of the month through November 19th. Please place the limbs and brush butt end facing the street along the curb edge, by 6:00 A.M. of the scheduled day. Residents are encouraged to call the Public Works office at 487-2391 and leave the address where the brush is piled. This will assist in providing a more efficient collection service.
Yard waste and tree stumps will not be picked up. Residents may haul brush and yard waste to the drop-off site behind the City Street Department, located at 1520 Jefferson Street. The drop-off site is on the east side of the lot, off Sunset Avenue. Processed mulch is also available at this location, free of charge.
The drop-off site is for residents of the city of Algoma. Non-residents dumping materials will be subject to a municipal ordinance violation fine.
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