The new rate for our quarterly sewer user fee will be $118.00 starting with the April 1st billing. The user fee covers the operations and maintenance of the sewer. The costs to the district are always rising, due to gas and oil prices and increased maintenance of our aging system. However, even with a small rate increase, the District still has one of the lowest rates in the area.
Temporary/seasonal. 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.. Monday through Friday. Water shoes & waders supplied. Job entails walking the shorelines of Pewaukee Lake with a pitch fork to help load aquatic plants on the barges for removal from the lake & shoreline. Possible operation of Shore Barges & Harvesters. Must be able to work in & tolerate unfavorable weather conditions. The temporary/seasonal employee must have a valid driver’s license.
Excellent opportunity for anyone interested in working on the lake.
MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE.
Rate of pay: $12.00/Hour
Please either apply at Lake Pewaukee Sanitary District, N25 W27534 Oak Street between the hours of 8-12 or 1-3 or you can request an application firstname.lastname@example.org
Any questions, either call 262-691-4485 or send an email to email@example.com
There will be an informational meeting on October 12th from 1:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M. at Delafield Town Hall, W302 N1254 Maple Avenue, Delafield, WI 53018 If the main parking lot fills up, there is additional parking by the skateboard park. The meeting is primarily for the residents of both Nemahbin Lakes, Pewaukee Lake, and Okauchee Lake, but all are welcome to attend. There will be a presentation about the ecology and identification of starry stonewart, as well as current control efforts, results, and what the next steps are in regards to the management of this species. The Town of Delafield has requested that in place of payment for the venue that all attendees bring an item to donate to the local food pantry. The following items are requested: canned soups, canned vegetables, canned meat, and canned fruit.
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