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Town of Day, 101 years
(1881-1982)

The town of Day,   pp. 11-42


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Bergen, Wisconsin  Tuesday, April 5th, 1881                                       The
Town Board of Inspectors met this day pursuant to Law.  Beginning
(Andrew Daul - Chairman
Phill Buchmann           Supervisors
Present  Phillip Johankrucht
(A.R. Week - Town Clerk
On Motion Peter Nickolai was chosen clerk for election. Inspectors and clerks having taken the proper oaths of office
required by law. Polls were declared open.
Clerk read at length the notices which had been posted notifying the electors that thL following questions would
be voted upon. To Divide the town so that one division should contain all lands now belonging to the Town of Bergen
in Range 3 - Town 26 and all of Range 4 and Section 6 - 7 - 18 - 19 - 30 & 31. Town 26 Range 5 the other division to
embrace all other lands in said town.
To Bond the town to the amount of $2,000 and borrow same from the State to be applied on the state road between
Rozellville P.O. and Marsfield. To move the Polls to the SE corner of Sec 9, 26 - 4 - at a Daul house.
At 12:00 o'clock AM Polls were declaired closed for one hour. At 1:00 o'clock P.M. polls were declaired open.
Clerk read annual report of Town Board of Audit and An motion said report was accepted.
Moved & seconded that a tax of one hundred and fifty No/100 Dollars ($150.00) be levied for school purposes.
Carried.
Moved & seconded that a tax of seven (7) tenths per cent (.7%) be levied upon the assessed valuation of the Town for
Road purposes. Carried.
Moved & seconded that town board be authorized to assess 8/10% additional for highway purposes. Carried.
An Motion Frank Bampton was chosen Pathmaster of road Dis. No. 1 for the ensueing year.
An Motion Martin Heller was chosen overseer of Highways for Road Dis. No. 2 for the ensueing year.
An Motion Nicholas Benz was chosen overseer of Highways for Road Dis. No. 3 for the ensueing year.
An Motion Philip Buchmann was chosen overseer of Highways in Road Dis. No. 4 for the ensueing year.
At 5:00 o'clock P.M. polls were declaired closed and proceded to canvas votes and make out statement of the
result.
The.following named persons were duly declared elected by the board of Inspectors.
Adam Zimmerman - Treasurer
Michael Merkel - Assessor
E. Hogden - Justice of Peace - 1 year
P. Grossmann - Justice of Peace - 2 years
B.F. Miller - Justice of Peace - 2 years
P. Nicholeis -Constable
Lenard Sargent - Constable
Win. E. Raschke - Constable
Abe Riant - Constable
The question of moving the polls to the SE corner of Sec 9-26-4 was carried.
The question of bonding the town for the sum of $2,000 to be applied on highways was carried by one majority.
The question of Dividing the Town was carried in each proposed divisions.
The whole No. of votes given for Chief Justice of the supreme Court was sixty (60) for the term ending on 1st Monday
of Jan. 1882 of which 0. Cole received sixty (60).
The whole No. of votes given for Cheif Justice of the Supreme Court for the term commencing on the first (1st)
Monday of Jan. 1882 was sixty (60) of which number Orsamus Cole received sixty (60).
The whole No. of votes given for Associate Justice of the Supreme Court for the term ending on the first Monday of
Jan. 1890 was sixty of which No. John B. Cassoday received (60).
The whole No. of votes given for Co. Judge for the full term commencing on the first Monday of Jan. 1882 was sixty
(60) of which number Louis Marchetti received Forty nine (49).
B. Ringle received nine (9).
B.W. James received (9).
Result of election was read by Clerk and board adjourned.
A.A. Week
Town Clerk


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