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Coffee with a Cop

Coffee with a Cop…

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The City of Lake Mills PD had it’s 3rd “Coffee with a Cop” community meeting on April 7th.  Click on the Youtube link below to view the video of the meeting.

 https://youtu.be/Mq9dGCJ-mD8

 

 

Scam Alert

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Scam Alert…

The City of Lake Mills Police recently received a information from a citizen, stating she received a letter in the mail that was stamped CONFIDENTIAL, with a return address to the “Lake Mills Area Police.”  The citizen said the letter was requesting donations for law enforcement families who lost their spouse in the line-of-duty and requested that money be sent to an address in Florida (unfortunately we have no further information at this time).  Be aware that the City of Lake Mills (WI) Police Department is not involved in this supposed “fund raising effort,” which appears to be a Scam!  

 

SIGNS ON CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY

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 Reminder:

With the upcoming elections, per Lake Mills City Ordinance 10-16-7-D, signs cannot be posted on any City right-of-way or public property. City right-of-way generally consists of the area between the curb and the sidewalk. If you have no sidewalk, an estimate of that distance would be acceptable. It is also illegal to post these signs on city owned trees, state or municipal sign posts, street light poles and /or telephone posts. Illegally posted signs will be removed. Also remember to get permission from all property owners before posting any signs on private property. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated!

 Mun. Ord. 10-16-7 (D):

 Temporary political signs do not require a permit and they are permitted in all zoning districts. Such

signs are subject to the restrictions pertaining to safety of persons or property, as required under this

Chapter. Political signs may be placed on private property with the consent of the property owner or

the person entitled to possession of the property. No political sign shall be larger than 16 square feet,

and the total area of all political signs per lot shall not exceed 32 square feet. All such signs may be

displayed 60 days before the election or vote to which they pertain, and they shall be removed within

10 days thereafter.