This was organized and led, by Deb Paul, who serves on the Town’s Plan Commission (Check out Deb on the Bobcat below).
They will be back this Saturday – November 3rd, 2018 to finish the job.
If you’d like to help out for an hour or two, just stop by the Town Hall between 9 and noon and check in with Deb.
is giving a series of tours of the Prairie Moraine County Park. This hike is open to people and dogs and will start at the parking lot of the park on Highway PB.
David will discuss interesting glacial features and show off an Oak Savanna restoration.
Dogs will be loose in the dog park portion, but will need to be leashed for the second part of the hike.
Several hikes are planned.
One is this Saturday, November 3rd at 3p.m.
Others are Saturday, November 17th at 3p.m.;
Wednesday, November 21st at 2 p.m.;
and Sunday, December 2nd at 10 a.m.
The Town of Verona has been notified by the Dane County Emergency Management Office that FEMA working with state and local officials, will soon open a Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) in Dane County. The location for this DRC is being ascertained but expected to be identified in the next day or two. The DRC is where affected residents can go in person and talk with FEMA representatives face-to-face, have questions answered and receive assistance completing the proper FEMA registration forms. All residents seeking assistance are required to register with FEMA. Prior reporting to 2-1-1 or other reporting does not count! This message is imperative. Residents have until December 17, 2018 to apply.
There are three ways to apply for FEMA assistance/funding:
1) Call FEMA at 1-800-621-3362
2) Register online at https://www.disasterassistance.gov/
3) Visit the Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) opening soon.
In addition Small Business Association and unemployment assistance is available. More information on all of these programs is below:
The Town of Verona is accepting applications for the position of Public Works Project Manager. The job description is below and questions can be questions can be directed to Amanda Arnold, Planner/Administrator at 608-807-4460.